Hello again mutant lovers, Lilith here with your latest X-Men movie review. I have to admit, I’ve been a little surprised about the lack of hype and advertisement coming up to this movie’s release. I saw it in the theaters this week, and here’s my review just for you!
This week’s show was amazeballs, but I really shouldn’t be surprised anymore. TWD is in my opinion the best show on television right now, and week after week they know how to satisfy us. Here’s my take on this slaughterhouse episode.
Hello again my ghoul-loving followers, Lilith here with this weeks review of the latest episode of our beloved Walking Dead. It’s getting dangerously close to the mid-season finale (you know, that time of the show when they have to kill off one of our favorite characters yet leave us on the edge of our seats so we can’t wait to come back to the show in February). You can tell the episode is gearing us up for some major action next week, which has me excited and terrified at the same time. (Just FYI, I am rioting if they kill Glenn). Here’s my take on the episode this week, spoilers and all.
Morning geeks. I whole-heartedly admit that I am a slave to many of the blockbuster movies out there that everyone falls in love with: The Avengers, all the X-Men movies, any epic by Peter Jackson…yes, I enjoy them all quite a lot. But I also try to keep my eye open for some lesser known films that fall in to the genres I enjoy. Which is how I found the movie Sunshine. This science-fiction horror movie was directed by Danny Boyle, who has been involved in many of the movies I love from Slumdog Millionaire to 28 Days Later. So I was excited to check it out: continue forward for a spoiler-laden review from Lilith on this film.
Welcome back all of my ghostly friends and fairweather fiends. You know, I wanted to do a Villain Spotlight post on this group for a while, and in the midst of my unnatural current obsession with Supernatural, I sort of re-energized my terrible and sometimes ridiculous liking of a certain quartet. Unfortunately, it is not of the barbershop variety, but as luck would have it, they are the end of the world type of group. Ladies and gentlemen, please put your pustulant hands together for….The Four Horsemen.