Reviews

Interstellar Review

I’ve always thought it was interesting to see that we can usually relate any Christopher Nolan film with one word. Memento is amnesia, The Prestige is magic, Inception is dreams and The Dark Knight trilogy is, well, Batma...


Birthright #2 Review

Written by: Joshua Williamson Art by: Andrei Bressan Publisher: Image Sometimes I read a comic so good I’ll feel the need to write about it right away as I’m so excited to talk about it and feel the need to share it with ev...


Tusk Review

Kevin Smith’s Tusk stems from an idea he and fellow podcaster Scott Mosier struck on an episode of his SModcast network. An impromptu conversation turned into a theatrical released movie. The lesson with this film is what’...



Cutter #2 Review

Written by: Robert Napton and Seamus Kevin Fahey Art by: Christian DiBari Publisher: Top Cow/Image The second issue of Cutter manages to improve upon many of the qualms I had with the first issue and is stronger overall, howeve...


Gone Girl Review

Batfleck Needs a Lawyer For those who don’t know, Gone Girl is director David Fincher’s latest crime thriller starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, and Neil Patrick Harris. Based on the acclaimed Gillian Flynn novel...