I always shunned to original Lost In Space as just some hokey sci-fi series from the 60s but the 90s film adaptation made me fall in love with the Space Family Robinson (and thus a love of the original series developed). The 90s version is one of the most under rated sci-fi films of the… Continue reading Lost in Space is a crown jewel in the Sci-Fi tv renaissance.
The cast and crew of “The Last Jedi” deserve to be congratulated, they do something that hasn’t happened since “The Empire Strikes Back.”They made a movie that’s almost as rewarding, soul uplifting, and unique as the original Star Wars. I walked into the film expecting a “Empire Strikes Back” retread. Instead I was given a film that adds to the Star Wars universe, was thoughtful and touched on issues of war profiteering, economic inequality, and the treatment of animals, while never failing to visually dazzle through the whole film. This year has had some amazing films but “The Last Jedi” clearly stands above them all.
Rian Johnson as the director of “The Last Jedi” proves to be the equal of Irvin Kershner (director of Empire). Empire set the standard for a generation of what fans expect from the second film…
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Now that Thanksgiving is over we are now in the close-fisted grip the Christmas season. The sights and sounds of the season are everywhere you turn. The halls are filled with the sights and sounds of jingling bells, Ho Ho Hos, fat men in bright red suits, and Christmas tree vendors up and down every… Continue reading Sartorial and Geek: It’s Ugly Christmas Sweater Season
We have covered many different styles of fan targeted clothing from suits to socks and as Autumn begins we start to look toward those warmer items in our closet. With that very notion, designer Josh Bennett has teamed with Marvel to create a Nordic themed line of sweaters inspired by the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok. The… Continue reading Sartorial and Geek: Josh Bennett & Marvel unite for Thor: Ragnarok sweaters.
A Review by KMc & The Sloose
Producer Matthew Vaughn burst on the movie scene as a director back in 2004 with the hit indie film Layer Cake. Since then, he has been a known hit-maker, directing films including Kick Assand X-Men First Class. He is also known as a director that doesn’t do sequels; he left Days of Future Past to write and direct the original Kingsman: The Secret Service. So our interest was piqued when we heard he was returning for its sequel, Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
Vaughn doesn’t disappoint. Much like the original, The Golden Circle is a fun and funny, irreverent look at the life of a super spy. It starts fast and furious and rarely slows down as we work our way through an enjoyable, if slightly looser than the original, plot. All the major players are back: Eggsy, played…
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