Movie Monday, Movies, Review

The Last Airbender: Why Cartoons Should Stay Animated

Wow. I'm old! This year marks the fifteenth anniversary of Avatar: The Last Airbender. That feels oddly surreal! I can still remember when this show was brand new! When I'd watch it with my siblings as a kid and be absolutely blown away by every little thing! This show is a huge part of my… Continue reading The Last Airbender: Why Cartoons Should Stay Animated

Movie Monday, Movies, Review

Cats (2019): A Fever Dream Come to Life

Requested By Jeremy Hunt on Patreon I know what I'm getting you for Father's Day. Alright. I know that I probably shouldn't say this, given my profession. But after watching this... thing (I hesitate to call it a movie), I have to admit. I'm completely lost for words! I've watched a lot of bad movies in my lifetime.… Continue reading Cats (2019): A Fever Dream Come to Life

Movie Monday, Movies, Star Trek

The Fall of Star Trek

Once upon a time, there was an argument that tore nerdy friendships apart: Star Wars VS Star Trek. Personally, I never understood this debate. Star Wars was a film franchise focused on space magic and adventure! Meanwhile, Star Trek was a corny sci-fi political drama with numerous TV shows and movies based on said shows,… Continue reading The Fall of Star Trek

Movie Monday, Movies, Video Games

The First Mortal Kombat Movie: The So Bad It’s Good One

Out of all the fighting games out there right now, Mortal Kombat is the one that is doing the best. Mortal Kombat 11 is a smash hit that's nearing the release of its final DLC character (mother fucking SPAWN!!), although more are likely to come. An animated movie is in the works, featuring some DC-style… Continue reading The First Mortal Kombat Movie: The So Bad It’s Good One

Movie Monday, Movies

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off: The Second Most Quotable Film of All Time

The first being, of course, Ghostbusters. But I can't talk about that until the new one comes out. So you're getting this instead. Ferris Bueller's Day Off is a delightfully strange movie. It's absolutely a film of its time, one that would probably fail if it were made today. Much like many classic films, like… Continue reading Ferris Bueller’s Day Off: The Second Most Quotable Film of All Time

D&D, Movie Monday, Movies

On Making a Dungeons and Dragons Movie

Yesterday, I and my friends gathered at my apartment for another D&D session. The party was fresh-off of killing their first dragon and were riding high as they adventured into an underwater temple. To shake their newfound egos, I (the DM) decided to put them up against a brutal double-battle. After defeating the guardians of… Continue reading On Making a Dungeons and Dragons Movie