Movie Review | Candyman (2021)

Movie Review | Candyman (2021)

I really wanted to like Candyman (dir. Nia DaCosta) more than I did. I’m a big fan of the original film, and after his compelling breakout performance in HBO’s Watchmen miniseries, I was excited to see Yahya Abdul-Mateen II build on that momentum with a major starring...
The NBA as the MCU

The NBA as the MCU

The latest installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings drops this Friday in theaters. As a real superhero nerd growing up, the MCU has been a big part of my life for the last thirteen years. I’ve seen all of the films...
Be Like The Matrix: A Desperate Movie Fan’s Plea

Be Like The Matrix: A Desperate Movie Fan’s Plea

I’m currently on day 15 of mono. The blend of emotions and physical pain in my body are nothing short of miserable. I’m obviously grateful to be COVID negative, but mono is nothing to sneeze at (literally). Of all the dreadful symptoms I’ve been put through, the...
Movie Review | Reminiscence

Movie Review | Reminiscence

Lisa Joy, co-creator of HBO’s Westworld, paves her way to a directorial debut while sticking to her own roots, with Reminiscence, a movie she also wrote and produced. The film takes place in a sci-fi future which is devastated by climate change, violence, and...
Big K.R.I.T. Deserves his Flowers

Big K.R.I.T. Deserves his Flowers

Let’s start this off by saying, K.R.I.T. has a large fan base whether you consider it underground or not. His latest project release, A Style Not Quite Free, dropped two weeks ago and while several dedicated fans flocked to it, that’s not our focus alone here. With...