Tag: Editorials

Five Best Stephen King Television Miniseries

One of the biggest complaints that most fans make regarding the adaptation of one of Stephen King’s books is that the running time for most movies doesn’t allow for the full story to be told. Often, key story elements and characters are sacrificed or combined for the sake of time and budget. In 1979, CBS…


Get to Know the New Faces in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

So if you went to see Guardians of the Galaxy this weekend (and go see it if you haven’t) than you noticed there were a bevy of new faces in the Guardians universeĀ on the big screen. Many of these faces are familiar to those who read about the space adventures in the Marvel universe but…


Ardian Syaf "My career is over now." After X-MEN Art Controversy

I have a relatively firm personal policy about not putting too much of my own political, personal or religious opinions into things that I write, especially fiction. It doesn’t always work and sometimes your opinions can either be hidden among the subtext of a scene or right in the forefront as the main idea of…


Fancasting the S-Town Feature Film

The makers of the hit podcasts Serial and This American Life have introduced a new series that will have listeners bingeing each episode and possibly making their own podcasts based on this podcast. The podcast I am talking about is called S@#$ Town or S-Town for those with more conservative sensibilities. S-Town is an engrossing…


Mel Gibson Directing Suicide Squad Won't Right the Ship, it will Send It Directly into An Iceberg

Right now the internet is buzzing, churning, bubbling and whatever other buzz terminology you want to throw in to show that people are talking, about the news that actor/director Mel Gibson is being courted to direct the sequel to David Ayer’s 2016 film Suicide Squad. Many of those same people are looking at the possibility…