Reviewing and Ranking 2022 Halloween Movies (Part 2)

Well, after my part 1 went up I went on a long spree of watching more Halloween/Horror films from this year, and it would appear that I saved the worst for last. There were definitely a few that I really enjoyed, but I must admit, half of this list leaves a lot to be desired. …

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Reviewing and Ranking 2022 Horror Films (Part I)

My long hiatus from writing reviews came after last October, where I reviewed a horror film, show, or book everyday within the month. The massive amount of work I put into that, mixed with the increased toxicity towards film reviews (more on that after Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022) releases next month), caused me to …

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Marvel’s What If…? (Season 1)—Review

Over the course of 2021, Marvel has blessed audiences with two films (Black Widow and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings) and three live-action shows, with a fourth still to come (WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and Hawkeye). All these (that have come out) were great to phenomenal additions to …

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The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021, Season 1)—Review

Editing Note: This was written two months ago, but is only now being published. If there is any weird/out of place statements involving timing, that is why. Marvel and Disney have done it again. With WandaVision's (2021) incredible success on Disney+ earlier this year, hopes were high for Marvel's future presence on the streaming service. …

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Cruella (2021)—Review

Outside of their Alice in Wonderland (2010/2016), Maleficent (2014/2019), and Dumbo (2019) films, I have thoroughly enjoyed Disney's recent live action treatments of their classic catalogue. One of my all time favorite IPs in the Disney vault is One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961), and I have unironically loved the many 101 television series and …

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