Hamilton Review: Raise a Glass

By Nolan P Smith Editor The musical took the world by storm when it first released, boasting sell-out shows on every occasion. The production, created by Lin Manuel Miranda, tells the story of one of our founding fathers by way of lyrical exposition. I am so excited to finally review the story of the Ten…Read moreRead more

Movie Review- Never Be Done: The Richard Glen Lett Story

By Kevin Hoskinson Going into this film, I knew absolutely nothing about its subject, Richard Lett. He’s a pretty big deal on the Vancouver, B.C. comedy scene, but not very well known in America and beyond. At the start, he’s described as Canada’s George Carlin, and that got me very interested to hear his story….Read moreRead more

Graphic Novel Review: Primer

By Kevin Hoskinson While Primer is aimed primarily at the middle school crowd, it reaches further than that. It’s a coming of age story about family, self-discovery, and what it means to be a superhero. It succeeds in being a great young adult story, but the book itself is remarkably entertaining for all ages.  Ashley…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Inmate #1: The Rise Of Danny Trejo

By Kevin Hoskinson Most people know who he is, and I can almost guarantee he has been in at least one movie you’ve seen in your lifetime. From him accidentally landing his first role in the film Runaway Train, to his leading role as the titular character in Machete, he’s been gracing our screens on…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Routines

By Kevin Hoskinson The world of stand up comedy can sometimes make an excellent setting for a film. Comedians make interesting characters because they are often the most complex, and their on-stage persona is something of an act. It creates an interesting dynamic between their personal lives and their professional lives, so it can usually…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Artemis Fowl

By Kevin Hoskinson I checked out about twenty minutes into this disaster. With Colin Farrell and Dame Judy Dench starring, combined with the directing talents of Sir Kenneth Branagh, it should have been a recipe for success. Sadly, we are left with a plot that doesn’t go anywhere and a world full of flat, boring…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: The King Of Staten Island

By Kevin Hoskinson Judd Apatow’s latest film treads familiar territory, but in a more mature way. Like most of his films, the protagonist is a grown man child trying to figure out where he fits in his own life and the world around him. With a strong performance at its core, it’s a must-see for…Read moreRead more

Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Ghosts #2 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon I haven’t read any of the BOOM! Studios entries in The Storyteller series, but my initial thoughts upon seeing the cover are hopeful of a spooky good time. Let’s take a look at Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Ghosts #2, a comic by Jennifer Rostowsky, Jim Campbell, and a cover by Michael Walsh. …Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Lovebirds

By Kevin Hoskinson Issa Rae and Kamail Nanjiani shine in Lovebirds, a comedy about relationships, murder, and one of life’s ultimate questions: why don’t they measure the proper amount of milkshake at restaurants? In the film, Issa and Kamail play Leilani and Jibran, a couple on the brink of breaking up. During a pivotal moment…Read moreRead more

Graphic Novel Review: Dungeons and Dragons- Days of Endless Adventure

By Jeremiah Gagnon For this review, I look at a book focused on something I know all too well: Dungeons & Dragons. Let’s take a look at Dungeons and Dragons: Days of Endless Adventure from IDW Publishing. This collection is written by Jim Zub, with art by Max Dunbar, Nelson Daniel, Netho Diaz, John-Paul, Joana…Read moreRead more

Project C28: Video Game Review- INFINITE BEYOND THE MIND

By Noble Morris Project C28 here, back with a video game review for Pastrami Nation! This time, I check out Infinite Beyond the Mind! Here’s some info on the game: Developed by Emilie COYO and published by Blowfish Studios. Infinite – Beyond The Mind is a futuristic retro action platformer. Raised on battlefields in a…Read moreRead more

Superman Smashes the Klan Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor In 1946, the Adventures of Superman radio show had a story titled “Clan of the Fiery Cross,” as our hero took on a group of White Supremacists across 16 episodes. That story is what inspired this Young Adults collection, Superman Smashes the Klan- which consists of the three-issue mini-series that…Read moreRead more

Graphic Novel Review: Something is Killing the Children Volume 1

By Nolan P. Smith  Editor When the small town of Archer’s Peak, Wisconsin, starts having children go missing or die in violent ways at an alarming rate, the unexplained happens. Their only hope is a young woman with big eyes, a mask displaying wicked fangs, and a talent for killing monsters. Welcome to the world…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Extraction

By Kevin Hoskinson With their work in the MCU being brought to an end with “Avengers: Endgame,” filmmakers Joe and Anthony Russo have taken a producer role with their recent films. “21 Bridges” was released in theaters last year, and their latest movie, Extraction, recently hit Netflix. Starring Chris Hemsworth, the film is an adrenaline-filled…Read moreRead more

Life is Strange – Strings Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Based on the 2015 episodic video game Life Is Strange, Titan Comic’s “Life is Strange: Strings” is the continuing story of young photography student Max Claufield, who is suddenly gifted with the ability to rewind time. Using her unique gift, she was able to reconnect with her old friend Chloe as well…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: No Heroine #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor My favorite kind of stories are ones with the protagonist and supporting cast that I can relate to in some way. Maybe it’s their sense of humor or quirky nature, but most of the time, it is their humanity. Frank Gogol created Dead End Kids last year, an incredible three-issue…Read moreRead more

Blood Hunters: Rise Of The Hybrids Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Blood Hunters: Rise Of The Hybrids feels like a comic book film through and through. It has action, thrills, and some interesting characters and creatures. It’s a low budget film that hits the mark and does it in the most ambitious way possible.  The story is about a group of aswang hunters…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Last Call

By Kevin Hoskinson Last Call gives us two unique perspectives on the same situation. It’s an important film that deals with the dark side of mental health, but also gives us the bright side of what it means to be a caring human being. Presented in one take and using split-screen, it offers a story…Read moreRead more

TT Isle of Man 2 Video Game Review

By Noble Morris Hey guys, Project C28 here, back with a video game review of TT Isle of Man 2! THANKS SO MUCH FOR SUPPORTING THE CHANNEL AND WATCHING THE VIDEO You can follow me on Facebook & Instagram at Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Projectc28/ Instagram: @PROJECT_C28 https://www.instagram.com/projectc28/ @ohhinoble https://www.instagram.com/ohhinoble/ PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/projectc28/ GUYS YOU CAN FOLLOW GIRLFRIEND HERE:…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Trolls World Tour

By Kevin Hoskinson Originally slated to debut in theaters, Trolls World Tour skipped its theatrical run and premiered at home due to COVID-19. It was a smart move on Dreamworks and Universal’s part to give those stuck in quarantine something new to enjoy, especially families desperate for new content after watching Frozen 2 for the…Read moreRead more

Star Trek: Picard Season 1 Review- Make It So!

By Daniel Schwartz There has been a lot of anticipation surrounding CBS All Access’ new series Star Trek: Picard. First of all, it continues the story of everyone’s favorite Captain (that was not killed by a falling bridge). Secondly, it takes place after the events of Star Trek Voyager. The Chis Pine movies and Star…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Onward

By Kevin Hoskinson The latest film from Pixar feels like a traditional offering from the studio, but it also sees the animation juggernaut try something a bit different. It hits all of the emotional buttons they are known for, all while exploring a world they have never ventured into before. The movie imagines a world…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Doctor Sleep

By Kevin Hoskinson One would think that a follow up to The Shining, the 1980 film or the original novel, wouldn’t work, and understandably so. The film is a classic piece of cinema, and millions around the world slept with their lights on after reading the book. But leave it to author Stephen King to…Read moreRead more

Manga Review: The Kingdom of the Gods

By Nolan P. Smith The Walking Dead revitalized the zombie genre when it hit the comic book shops and television screens. Netflix launched a series called The Kingdom in 2019. Now the manga that inspired the show is set to release in May, let’s see how this story shapes up. I have not dived into…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #4 -Rangers in a Half Shell

By Daniel Schwartz Crossovers can be tricky, especially when it comes to properties that most people would never think to put together. TMNT/MMPR is one of those. While they both fight super-powered villains with their ninja skills and color-coordinated outfits, most fans would never have seen them together. That said, I have to say that…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: On The Stump #2

By Kevin Hoskinson Image Comics and writer Chuck Brown continue their onslaught of mystery, intrigue, mayhem, and politics in the latest issue of On The Stump.  Political issues are settled in the ring in this crazy world. The powers that be have been trying to pass The Slay Act, which would legalize killing in the…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Bloodshot

By Nolan P. Smith I held off on this review until the movie was released digitally, given the current COVID-19 situation with theaters being closed. Now that Bloodshot has hit the digital realm, let’s talk about the first-ever movie featuring a Valiant Comics hero. Directed by Dave Wilson, the film is based on the Valiant…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Jumanji- The Next Level

By Kevin Hoskinson While it’s an entertaining film, the latest in the Jumanji franchise never fires on all cylinders. It’s a film that balances the awe of the world with a mediocre plot and overblown set-pieces. It chooses spectacle over story, which is a shame because the cast is incredible, and the previous film was…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Instant Family

  By Kevin Hoskinson When it comes to movies like Instant Family, it can be a hit or miss affair. Sometimes they are too sappy for their own good, talk down to their audience, or don’t know how to juggle the comedy and drama. Fortunately, for this film, they found a delicate balance between humor…Read moreRead more

The Resistance #1 Review- Too Close to Reality

By Nolan P. Smith When I got the email on what books came in for me this past week, I have to say that I was most excited to see the lineup for AWA Studios. First on the list is The Resistance #1, from writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist Mike Deodato Jr., Frank Martin…Read moreRead more