Movie Review: Muppets Haunted Mansion

By Rebecca Benson Families stooped over, carefully eyeing the pumpkins for picking–right off the vine. The cool, crisp air Fall brings stings your cheeks; the cold settling over your skin as you gaze at the surrounding hillsides. And what better way to end the Fall festivities and keep on with the Halloween spirit than to watch Disney’s The Muppets Haunted […]

Comic Book Review: King Spawn #2

By Craig Timchak Welcome to the world of King Spawn, written by Sean Lewis with art by Javi Fernandez, colors by FCO Plascencia, and additional cover art by Todd McFarlane and Don Aguillo. With this team at the helm, it’s official. Kincaid is back (we first met Kincaid in Spawn #5, 1992), and he’s gathering an army of true believers […]

Comic Book Review: King Spawn #1

By Craig Timchak This issue was one heck of a ride. While the issue itself is a giant-sized comic, it’s a collection of five different short stories. Each one is different than the last but just as enjoyable. I really enjoyed the artwork throughout most of this book and absolutely loved the revival of an old favorite of mine, Haunt. […]

Comic Book Review: Unborn #1

By Nolan P Smith Editor Unborn is a surprise, to be sure. From Source Point Press, the book is created by Frank Gogol, of Dead End Kids and Power Rangers fame. Given the writer’s love for the Power Rangers and the cover artwork, one might think the colorful Rangers inspired Unborn. Design-wise, I would say so. Mix Power Rangers with […]

Movie Review: Candyman

By Kevin Hoskinson “Candyman isn’t a he, he’s the whole damn hive.” Although it’s a bit muddled at times, Nia DaCosta’s CANDYMAN is an atmospheric horror film that delivers on its promise. It brings the mythos into the modern era by combining current issues with the legend of Candyman itself, much like the original film. From the opening logos, things […]

Movie Review: Free Guy

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Initially set to release in July of 2020, Free Guy fell victim to the delays caused by Covid. In a way, it would have been the perfect movie to release to streaming during the lockdown; it’s the uplifting and joyous bolt of energy we all could have used. In the end, it wasn’t meant to […]

The Suicide Squad Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor In 2016, the world was introduced to David Ayer’s “Suicide Squad.” Although it was a box office success, it was met with less than stellar reviews (it currently sits at 26% on Rotten Tomatoes) and a divisive fan base. It introduced the world to DC’s most bankable live-action character (Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn), featured Will […]

A Movie Review: Jungle Cruise

By Rebecca Benson and Nolan P Smith Disney is synonymous with fun for all ages. And The Jungle Cruise is just that. We went to the theaters, knowing full well that this would be a “popcorn” movie. Nothing that takes itself too seriously. And it’s Disney. Enough said.  From the beginning, we were entranced, transported back into the Disneyland of […]

A Graphic Novel Review: Remember Andy Xenon?

By Rebecca Benson We all know the saying, Things aren’t always what they seem. And “Remember Andy Xenon?” is no exception. Brought to readers by its creators, “Remember Andy Xenon?” is an action-packed and beautifully pieced-together story. Take the first pages; for example, we find our superhero chasing–make that leaping and bounding–after his foe; that is until time catches up […]

Comic Book Review: Canto III: Lionhearted #1

By Nolan P Smith Editor When Canto first hit shelves, I knew it was something special. The story of a clockwork slave knight without a name or heart was an instant hit for IDW, spawning a sequel series- The Hollow Men. But the story isn’t over yet, as a third part is here with Canto III: Lionhearted. From David M. […]

Comic Book Review: Bountiful Garden #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Being stranded in space has to be one of the most terrifying thoughts one could imagine. No way to call home, no idea what surrounds you or inhabits the strange planets you see. That’s what happens in Bountiful Garden #1, the latest book from Mad Cave, which hits stores this September. From Ivy Noelle Weir, […]