3 Darkly Addictive Shows to Get You Through September

Letting go of summer is not that easy for some, but having new creepy shows to watch may just help with the transition. There are of course some perks of entering into a new season, such as, reasons to never leave your couch and the greatest holidays happening but it does feel a bit like we were robbed this year of much needed time with friends and family. With an uncertain future for theatrical releases as Fall approaches, we’re left

5 September Releases to Get Excited About

September is a somewhat dreaded time for many of us, as summer comes to a close and the hot weather slowly turns to that mild Fall chill. It’s an end to those long days and longer nights, but on the plus side, it is closer to Halloween which usually means a flood of all things spooky making its way to our TV screens. This year, the thrills and scares start a bit early making the closing of summer seem not

Charlize Theron: The Reigning Queen of Action

Multi-faceted actors that seamlessly transition between jaw-dropping action and tear-jerking drama are few and far between. These true talents are generational treasures that often cover every magazine, control whole summers with their blockbusters, and occasionally get notable Academy recognition as well. Among these screen legends of past and present one iconic actor from South Africa currently sits as both a wrecking ball in her action performances, and nearly unparalleled performer in her dramatic roles… Charlize Theron is often referred to

Modern Marvels in Multiple Roles

In the horror and sci-fi genres a great acting performance can really tip the scale of what makes the movie or series stand the test of time. As spoiled audiences, it isn’t enough anymore to just scare us with a terrifying CGI ghost or a knife-wielding killer; and because of this some of Hollywood’s best are now choosing stranger roles in darker cinema. The most talked-about performances, in any genre, are the roles of actors playing more than one character

Creative Comparison: Dwayne McDuffie & Donald Glover

Across the globe, the bell for societal change has been rung, and movements for racial equality are being heard in all corners of our everyday life. Predominately, the focus has been towards the changing of how Black Americans are treated by the police and the systematic oppressive system which keeps them crippled, but the fight against injustice is one that is incredibly multilayered. In the film community, creators and studios have stated that they are looking into reflecting a more

Bored of Hollywood remakes? Watch these International Indies instead

“The film industry is out of ideas!” “Ugh, when are they going to stop making the same stories over and over again?!” “ANOTHER remake? Seriously?!” These are often the complaints I see in comment sections of any new movie being churned out by the film industries’ blockbuster conveyer belt. If we’re being honest, they are somewhat warranted issues for the most part when it comes to the movies that are marketed to us in theaters or even Video on Demand.

Vivid Violence in Chaotic Cartoons, from Rick and Morty to Mortal Kombat

Animated movies make up for some of the multi-million dollar blockbusters that rule Hollywood with their bright visuals and “fun for the whole family” appeal. While on the small screen, there is a wide array of animated movies and television shows made for adults that have managed to be superior in comparison to live-action counterparts in the same genre. The world of sci-fi animated features and shows, in particular, is one that has become somewhat of a mixed bag of

Ruby Rose is leaving Gotham City; Fan Casting a new Batwoman

Ruby Rose is no longer Batwoman… It was reported earlier today by various news sources (most notably Variety) that the 34-year-old actor will be stepping down from the lead role of the CW series Batwoman. This came as a shock, as season 2 of the show is still in motion to come in 2021, and now we’re all kind of left wondering who is going to be our new Kate Kane? As a big fan of the character from the

The Great Debate: what type of sci-fi movie aliens would be in that Pentagon footage?

The Pentagon has recently released three videos of UFOs, and the Internet has become momentarily distracted by the slight possibility of aliens flying in our skies. It’s good to have a bit of a break from our new norm, and currently this is one of my favourite conversation topics going around that doesn’t involve the Corona Virus, so any dialogue about it is great to hear. As the different news sites and experts discuss whether or not the videos are

The Fourth Wall Is Meant to Be Broken: From Deadpool to The Dead Don’t Die

Breaking the fourth wall is an interesting storytelling technique that first began in theater, and then later made its way to television and film. The term refers to when a character speaks directly to the audience, and are aware of the fictional nature of the medium they are in. It’s somewhat of a rarity in film and television due to the fact it takes the audience out of what they are watching, but occasionally it can been used creatively (and