Category Archive: fantasy

Dumbo *2019

We all know that Disney is currently hardcore into converting all their classics into live action films. Their newest addition to these remakes is the ever-loved story of Dumbo the flying elephant! Starring… Continue reading

Beauty and the Beast

I’ve been waiting for this since 2015’s Cinderella! Last week Disney invited us to be their guest once again with the live action musical Beauty and the Beast. So, we know the story… Continue reading

The Last Witch Hunter

Do you know that feeling of going into a movie theater and just being completely confused from the very start? Unfortunately some movies like to leave you in this trance of ‘what the… Continue reading

*Hidden Gem* Eternal Sunshine Of the Spotless Mind

This makes two hidden gems in one month! Really wanted to get out to see that new Dreamworks movie Home but alas…life doesnt work the way you want it to sometimes. But that’s… Continue reading

Cinderella

I know it’s a week late, but I honestly don’t care because I seriously want to review this movie. The live action Cinderella that I’d been dying for since last year (maybe a… Continue reading

Seventh Son

Adventure/Fantasy fans will rejoice with the new release of Seventh Son. The rest of us will just tolerate it. In this film, we have Jeff Bridges (True Grit, Stick It, How to Lose… Continue reading

Into the Woods

From broad-way to the big-screen Disney brings us Into the Woods! A magical musical that kinda grew a little stale with its two-hour time-frame. In this film we have a Baker played by… Continue reading

The Maze Runner

The Maze Runner staring Dylan O’Brien; (The Internship, The First Time, Teen Wolf *TV series) oh what fun this was! In this fast paced adventure we have a sort of mix between ‘Lord… Continue reading

The Little Spark of Madness: A Robin Williams Tribute

  I first heard the news late Monday night after work. You ever see alerts that are so shocking you first don’t believe them? You think it’s got to be some over-the-top joke.… Continue reading

*Hidden Gem* Pan’s Labyrinth

  Unfortunately I could not make it to a theater this weekend to check out the new releases. I’m so sad! Fortunately that allows me to give you another ‘hidden gem’ film. Guillermo… Continue reading

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      By the early 1970s, as the counterculture was dissolving and reconfiguring, there were new pop-star archetypes on the horizon that we still tend to think of — the glam rocker, the sensitive singer-songwriter, the hair-band metal strutter, the prog-rock wizard, the belting pop chanteuse, the punk rocker. But there was another figure of the era […]
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