EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE [Review]: Infinite Possibilities In Infinite Combinations.

At some point during the end of the third act of directing duo Daniel Scheinert and Dan Kwan (known collectively simply as Daniels) sophomore film, Everything Everywhere All At Once, there is a short sequence of two rocks --- one of which is wearing googly eyes --- as one tumbles over the edge of a …

PLANETA BLU – RISE OF AGOO / HULK #1 [Reviews]: Giving Back Thanks.

Taking more than a few cues from Animorphs and and other similar YA fantasy series, Planeta Blu: The Rise of Agoo is both refreshing and familiar enough to bring on a healthy, yet not overwhelming sense of nostalgia. Focused on a group of young teenagers led by Lares, her brother Angel, and three of their …

DUNE [Review]: Fear Is The Mind Killer.

After the expected delay due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, at long last, director Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of author Frank Herbert's seminal, wildly-influential sci-fi epic, Dune, has hit theaters and HBO Max simultaneously. Having influenced everything from Star Wars, to Alien, to nearly every single fantasy and sci-fi epic since its publication in 1965, this …