Wrapping up our St. Louis Home & Garden Show Series with quick interviews with exhibitors on the show floor. Maurice Parnell with By the Yard gabs about their outdoor furniture made from recycled products. It’s Made in the USA and has a 35 Year Warranty. On to gab with Matt Keeven with Emerald View Turf … Continue reading Oh Wait! There’s More!
Monthly Archives: January 2018
There’s something to be said, when you hear that Hollywood is going to take a Norse God the princess from the STAR WARS prequels, and make a feature film. While originally not a mainstream comic book hero, Thor is one with very interesting storylines, character arcs, and what not too long ago would have been … Continue reading Thor (2011) – A Perspective Review
The inter-workings of traveling through and in time – are complex. While we’ll all have many days, what if you were able to move through them, cataloging your experiences, interactions and more as the not-yet-recorded events happen as you barrel towards tomorrow’s doom. There’s a LOT to unpack inside this most-recent episode of Marvel’s Agents … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 8 – “The Last Day” – Reviewed!
Stephen King has long been labeled the modern day Master of the Macabre, even though not all of his novels and short stories are considered horror. But because the majority of his body of work does exist in the realm of nightmare fueled, scream-inducing terror, they are ripe for adaptation. Over the decades, King’s … Continue reading Cut The Crap Movie Review – IT (2017)
Escape: the act of evacuating physically. An inclination to retreat from unpleasant realities through diversion or fantasy. An Album by the rock group, Journey, 1981. Regardless of YOUR definition of the word “escape” it’s what at the center of another episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD on ABC and Hulu streaming. Action. Questions. Familiar characters … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 7 – “Together, or Not at All” – Reviewed!
Big characters often require big actors to jump aboard a movie but – what happens when that’s not the case? In fact, what happens when the “star” of the movie will be entirely CGI’d? The answer, in most cases, when so much computer generated art is implemented is often disappointing. Inside 2008’s The Incredible Hulk, … Continue reading The Incredible Hulk (2008) – A Perspective Review
Network Boss/Editor & Son’s Note: The Castle of Common sense, while itself only a decade old, has been a series of conversations that I have been hearing – my whole life. On January 2nd, I receieved the most-recent episode of The Castle of Common Sense from Fast Freddie and put it in cue to edit, … Continue reading Gun Control – The Castle of Common Sense
One of the most under-emphasizes facets of cinema is effective, complimentary music. The right soundtrack will put you in the right mood and help guide you through the storytelling blow by blow. The WRONG soundtrack will make a feature film effort jarring and blow you away, destroying your cinema-going experience. Recently, we talked to Iron … Continue reading Iron Man 2 Composer, John Debney – Under the Hood Interview
Connecting the Past, with what’s happening in the Future, is no easy road. When you take the cavalcade of characters, the events of the last 5 episodes, the push towards Infinityness and the fact that somewhere inside this episode, there needs to be “Fun & Games” well – There’s a tall order that’s waiting to be … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 6 – “Fun & Games” – Reviewed!
The original changed the way we ALL think about “those stupid comic book movies” and served as the first of many cinematic offerings that continue to change what we think of comic book nostalgia. Inside 2010’s Iron Man 2, we revisit the red and gold suit (albeit an altered suit, along with a suitcase suit … Continue reading Iron Man 2 (2010) – A Perspective Review