• NFL Week 11: Tots and Pears Edition
  • What you need to know before you buy a guitar
  • An Open Letter to Mike Flanagan
  • Land-Based Casinos Suck – You Should Only Play at Online Casinos
  • Jojo Rabbit
NFL Week 11: Tots and Pears Edition What you need to know before you buy a guitar An Open Letter to Mike Flanagan Land-Based Casinos Suck – You Should Only Play at Online Casinos Jojo Rabbit

NFL Week 11: Tots and Pears Edition

America, we’re back! Some aristocratic, some black. The whip ain’t got no crack, but we got a hell of a bang! 2-0-1, up two more units, and our good fortunes continue. I’ve heard tell of some of you receiving change after making purchases. At the liquor store, no less! Well God bless us all I […]

What you need to know before you buy a guitar

Music is a perfect way to define oneself. Music represents our heritage, culture, and passion. Several people aspire to become musicians or make it in the music industry. Although it is a challenging journey, nothing can stop anyone from trying. Owning a guitar can drastically change your life as an aspiring musician. With the right […]

An Open Letter to Mike Flanagan

Spoilers Follow I want you to know how much I enjoyed your miniseries adaption of Shirley Jackson’s iconic novel, The Haunting of Hill House. All story elements were tied-up at the end. The door that could not be opened leading to different rooms for different people was inspired. It had many scary moments. OK, Doctor […]

Land-Based Casinos Suck – You Should Only Play at Online Casinos

Read the title again. And again. And again. Keep reading it until you agree. Still don’t? Let me explain to you why you should only be playing online casinos instead of physical casinos. Why Land-Based Casinos Are Terrible If you’ve ever been inside a casino then you know how dreadful it can be. You walk […]

Jojo Rabbit

I was headed towards The Cinemark in Fort Collins, with every intention of watching Joker, but I was running late for some reason. Another featured movie caught my eye, Jojo Rabbit, a film about some dumb little Nazi Youth Kid and a goofy-looking Hitler. “No way!” I thought, but then I noticed Sam Rockwell and […]

5 Bollywood Movies You Need To Watch Soon

India is a country famous for its robust entertainment industry. In actuality, the nation has realized tremendous growth in its Bollywood franchise over the years, something that continues to date. Today, Hindi Cinema is worth over five hundred million dollars. Nevertheless, why is Bollywood prominent? One, Bollywood features some of the best actors in the […]

Doctor Sleep

You won’t be dozing off in this one. The climax of Doctor Sleep really confused me because it takes place at the Overlook hotel (this is shown in the trailer). For the record, I have managed to watch Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of The Shining exactly one time and that was decades ago. Despite it being […]

NFL Week 10: What’s The Difference Between Whinge and Moan Edition?

I’m in a tough spot. Despite literally working for Goat, the whole quick goat thinking concept is beyond me, so I am at a loss. Generally, the first paragraph is either a celebration or rumination regarding the games of the previous week. This is usually the paragraph for therapeutic cheer-leading or the tempering of expectations, […]

Terminator: Dark Fate: What Else?

Terminator: Dark Fate bears the visual stamp of James Cameron, regardless of the screen credit. Cameron understands a good action sequence is made with little bits of film; shots of only a few frames, that when edited together moves the action faster than the eye can behold, creating the action more in the mind of […]

Terminator: Dark Fate

Have you seen this bo- …er, girl? Every franchise hits that point where it either has to start over, switch to prequels, or ignore much of what came before it in order to keep audiences coming back for more. The Alien franchise did it with Prometheus, choosing to go the prequel route. The Predator franchise […]

The Lighthouse

After virtually giving up on movies this year, I was thrilled with Parasite and even more so with The Lighthouse. There are no words to adequately describe how terrifyingly haunting and beautiful this movie was. This film will wreck you. It is David Lynch, only on steroids, and with some Kubrick and Lovecraft for good […]

Parasite (2019)

Until the night I saw Parasite, I had been struggling to decide what my favorite movie so far this year has been. There have been many contenders, from highly anticipated sequels like John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum and Avengers: Endgame to wild, weird arthouse flicks like Midsommar and Relaxer, not to mention the feature film […]