Jeff Chan’s ‘Code 8’ Has Plenty Excitement On and Off-Screen

We all know what crowdfunding is, right? It’s when a bunch of people raise money for someone’s project. Simple enough. But have you ever seen over 28,000 people raise over $2 million USD for a full-length feature film they’ve only seen ten minutes of? That’s the magic of Code 8. And it’s real. Director Jeff … Continue reading Jeff Chan’s ‘Code 8’ Has Plenty Excitement On and Off-Screen

Goodbye ‘Arrow’: 8 Things We Want to See in the Final Season

Season finales seldom do this, but Arrow’s season seven finale answered more questions than were asked. If you haven’t seen the episode yet, catch it online, and then be sure to check out this article afterward. If you have seen it, I hope you get what I’m talking about. We’ve been asking ourselves more and … Continue reading Goodbye ‘Arrow’: 8 Things We Want to See in the Final Season

Op-Ed: The Disney & 21st Century Fox Deal is a Perfect Opportunity for New and Diverse Characters in the MCU

It was announced March 20 that Disney and 21st Century Fox struck a $71.3 billion deal that gave Disney’s Marvel Studios the rights to the Fantastic Four and X-Men. This is great for many reasons. For example, we could finally see Spider-Man banter with Deadpool, and no longer have to refer back to X-Men: First … Continue reading Op-Ed: The Disney & 21st Century Fox Deal is a Perfect Opportunity for New and Diverse Characters in the MCU

‘Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror’ is an Insightful Documentary on the Cultural Evolution of Black Representation – Review

I've always loved horror, even at a young age. My mom let me stay up to watch scary movies when I was probably way too young, but I am grateful she did. I could never really explain why I loved a genre that strives to make me uncomfortable, but Xavier Burgin’s Horror Noire: A History … Continue reading ‘Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror’ is an Insightful Documentary on the Cultural Evolution of Black Representation – Review

Artists of Color: An Interview With YouTubers Married2TheReal

Note: Featured image based off of graphic design by Jazz (@Jxxcreations) Have you ever heard of a reaction video? Well, it’s basically just that: a video of people reacting to things, usually a show.  For the longest time, I never watched one and after I recently finished re-watching Avatar: The Last Airbender (for probably the … Continue reading Artists of Color: An Interview With YouTubers Married2TheReal

A Queer Superpowered Alien Smokes Weed in an Impressive Pilot for ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ – Recap

Don't worry. It was probably for medicinal purposes, and the pilot has much more to offer viewers. Roswell, New Mexico is a reboot of 2002's Roswell, an adaptation of the young-adult book series, Roswell High, by Melinda Metz. The books and TV series have obviously been around for a while and have gotten plenty of attention, … Continue reading A Queer Superpowered Alien Smokes Weed in an Impressive Pilot for ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ – Recap

‘The Punisher’ Season 2 is Back With a Vengeance and is Hauntingly Good – Review

The first season of The Punisher ended with blood spilled and vengeance served. Frank Castle discovered his "best friend", Billy Russo, was behind the death of his family. Billy fooled the many characters he interacted with but finally got what was coming − Punisher style. However, the Punisher has more to punish this time around. … Continue reading ‘The Punisher’ Season 2 is Back With a Vengeance and is Hauntingly Good – Review

“With Great Power…” A Look Into the Martyrdom of Heroes and Villains

"With great power comes great responsibility."  Everybody’s heard this quote and its many variations many times before. While it does belong to our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, it is a saying that every hero—whether in comic books or real life—embody. It is a simple quote that speaks to a big part of what it is to … Continue reading “With Great Power…” A Look Into the Martyrdom of Heroes and Villains

A Look Into the Cultural Impact of Drake So Far

Aubrey “Drake” Graham. Some people love him and some just think he’s overrated. Regardless, it’s near impossible to deny how much he impacts modern pop culture, whether it be through dumb memes, acronyms, social media trends, or even challenging masculinity tropes. Drake is truly something else. While I am a fan of his music, this … Continue reading A Look Into the Cultural Impact of Drake So Far