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By Murjani Rawls, February 2, 2017 0 Screen Rants

Warner Brothers, we need to have a talk. This is one of those talks that you have with a friend before their lives careen off a cliff. Trust me, I care. The end may be near and I have to… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, February 1, 2017 0

There are some period pieces that both captures a perfect snap shot of the time period and that it speaks… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, January 31, 2017 0

The winter finale (again, so soon) is almost prophetic. It was a mix of themes that comic book fans that… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, January 24, 2017 0

As the lights went out throughout all of Gotham, it finally feels like we have a true villain. The return… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, January 24, 2017 0

With psychological movies, you have to find a way to get the audience engaged in a way that they are… Read More »

By Admin, January 19, 2017 0 Editorials

In this special guest article, Norman “Skyline” Hittle – keyboardist for Colorado Springs electronic rock outfit Hydrogen Skyline – discusses a few theories on how George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series will progress in its final two… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, January 19, 2017 0

“Beware the Green-Eyed Monster” set us off into the holiday season on a cliffhanger. Given one of the strongest run… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, January 12, 2017 0 Screen Rants

Wednesday, November 8th had a tale of two stories. There were some who were elated about a president-elect who had seemly pulled off an upset – the outsider who had rolled through the “elites” trading decorum for grandiose. Then, there… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, December 29, 2016 0 Editorials

With two days left in in 2016, surely most of us are peaking over the smoldering rubble of the seemly endless stream of deaths and defeats. From an extreme basis, maybe we are wrapping ourselves or asking to wrap some… Read More »

By Leigh Monson, December 15, 2016 0 Editorials

Rogue One doesn’t feel like any other Star Wars film. Gone is the pulpy, space opera tone, as are the retro-inspired wipes and transitions that lend the franchise the timeless feel rooted in the earliest days of cinematic science fiction…. Read More »