Gaming is the biggest platform in media. It makes the most money every year compared to movies, books, television, streaming services, etc. It’s only natural that VR has become a […]
V for VendettaOne of the most ambiguous and contradictive film experiences was granted to be by V for Vendetta. This comic book-based movie showed something that made me call it […]
The Supertoys stories raise the question of what it means to be real, or maybe it asks what it means to be human. Maybe the stories are asking both.
The phenomenon of 2001: A Space Odyssey is just that: a phenomenon of two equally marvelous men that decided to create it.
V for Vendetta is widely renowned for being the movie that embraces the concept of “anarchy.” The Guy Fawkes mask that V dons are now known as the face of […]
It’s no question that Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner from 1982 is regarded as a culturally iconic science-fiction film. It pioneered the cyberpunk genre and had that real-world, dirty griminess combined […]
The film, 3:10 to Yuma, is an exceptional work of art of the 1950s, entertaining and engaging in equal measure. The film’s exceptional camera angles and shots reveal an excellent […]
The film “2001: A Space Odyssey,” directed by Stanley Kubrick, impressed me with the story and visual effects that were unusual because the movie was produced in 1968. The combination […]
This is another excerpt of highlights from the Rising Action Podcast, which I co-host alongside my good friend Josh Johnson. We get into various aspects and cultural parameters regarding Stanley […]
While The Princess Bride is a popular, family-friendly story with elements appealing to different interests, the story is exceptional because Goldman knew how to tell an interesting story not just on the page, but on the screen.
The Princess Bride, a 1987 fantasy film directed by Rob Reiner, is well known by many, as it elicits a wide variety of reactions, some of which are negative. The […]
When I finished my rewatch of The Princess Bride the other night with my friend, he told me (and I may be paraphrasing) “That was good, I enjoyed that… but […]