With the 2010’s coming close to its final year, let’s reflect on some of the most memorable cinematic experiences this decade has offered us. *Subject to change in 2019* Continue reading “Great Films Of The 2010’s”
The past, present, and future, will all collide. Continue reading “DARK Review”
Was the Force really with us? Continue reading “Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Spoiler Talk)”
Date night anyone? Continue reading “Home Again (Review)”
Stephen King’s terrifying novel comes back to life after 27 years since the original release. Continue reading “IT: Review”
Doing whatever a spider can! Continue reading “Spider-Man: Homecoming Review”
Written by: Nicholas S. Cram, Follow him on Instagram @instacram19
At some point, we all ask ourselves “What happens to us when we die?” The Good Place, NBC’s new sitcom offers a whimsical and unique take on the afterlife. Continue reading “The Good Place: Season 1 Review”
Written by Mark Glotzbach, Follow him on Instagram and WordPress
Kid Cudi recently released his 6th studio album on December 16, Passion, Pain and Demon Slayin’. It’s cool, it’s trippy and it’s amazing.
At a whopping 19 tracks the album runs a little long and most of the tracks are at least four minutes, but PP&DS is full of the raw emotion that earned Cudi fame with albums like Man on the Moon I and II.
I had personally lost interest in Kid Cudi’s career when he attempted his bland and lackadaisical “rock” albums, but something about this album grabbed my attention. PP&DS is definitely his best work in years.
PP&DS features stars like Pharrell and Andre 3000, as well as Willow Smith on the haunting but uplifting track “Rose Golden” where she and Cudi sing in unison.
Each song is unique and has the ability to stand out, but the album still flows very well.
If you’re a fan of Cudi’s older work, this album will not disappoint. I can not count how many times I have played through this whole album.
Here is “Surfin'” featuring Pharrell:
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Ever since the start of the CW’s Arrow, DC entertainment has been able to successfully launch a full on shared universe of other heroes like The Flash, more recently Supergirl, and a large team up consisting of both heroes and villains, Legends of Tomorrow. All four of these shows manage to hold together solid story lines on their own, and occasionally cross over events and appearances with each other. Although the current season of Legends is on season two, we’ve recently finished the first to discuss how the series holds up overall. Continue reading “Legends of Tomorrow (Season One) Review”
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has come a long way since 2008 with the launch of Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk. With trilogies of solo Avengers, galactic battles in space, and all-star team ups, it’s time to gear up for Marvel’s new heroes for even more adventures and possibilities. Doctor Strange isn’t an unfamiliar face if you know comic books, but he is the hero that we have been looking for some time now. Continue reading “Doctor Strange Review”