• Comedies in Film: Has the Genre Died?

    No matter your interest in movies, it’s pretty apparent that straightforward comedies aren’t as prevalent as they once were, especially compared to the early 2000s. Many people wonder why, trying to pinpoint the audience or critics for being a […]

    Mar 16, 2023
    Joseph Morganti
  • Bones and All (Review)

    Though not perfect, ‘Bones and All’ is a daring horror romance that’ll leave audiences squirming for more. Practically anything Timothée Chalamet is in attracts Gen Zs to the theatre, and it’s nice to know there are a few genuine […]

    Mar 6, 2023
    Joseph Morganti
  • Cormac McCarthy Adaptations in Film

    Cormac McCarthy is considered to be one of the greatest contemporary American writers living and working today. McCarthy has written twelve novels, two plays, five screenplays, and three short stories, traversing the Western and post-apocalyptic genres. Writing-wise, McCarthy is […]

    Feb 25, 2023
    Joseph Morganti
  • 7 Best Documentaries of Last Year

    Who doesn’t love a good documentary? 2022 was great year for filmmaking, with there being many rock-solid documentaries throughout the year. As a result, below will discuss some of the best documentaries of 2022. It’s challenging to keep track […]

    Feb 18, 2023
    Joseph Morganti
  • Capitani Season 2 (Review)

    At one point in 2022, I decided that I wanted to watch some sort of crime drama, but ideally something with short episodes – nothing bordering on a full hour. Then, I stumbled upon Capitani, which intrigued me in several […]

    Feb 11, 2023
    Julian A. Leu
  • 2022 Review: Netflix vs HBO Max vs Amazon Prime Video

    2022 was a pretty weird year for streaming platforms. After a subscription price hike, the year started in poor form for Netflix, with record subscriber losses after years of continued growth, and many spelling the end for the streaming […]

    Feb 2, 2023
    Julian A. Leu