THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY: FEMINISM in “THE BABADOOK” and “UNDER THE SKIN”.

It's hard to argue the fact that when it comes to science fiction and horror, women tend to get short-changed. They're the ones to run around in the dark, groping for some sort of protection against a raving psychotic murderer, at once both the victim and hero (Scream effectively played with this stereotype, before ultimately …

BEST GEEK FILMS of 2014 [Podcast]: One Helluva ‘Super’ Year!

And not one mention of The Hobbit... It's that time of the year, ladies and gentlemen of the congregation, where the holy chapel of hot geekness lay out their top choices for movies, TV shows, comics and video games. So join the likes of the "Reverend" Ryan Ford, "Dynast" Dana Keels, "Sister" Jennifer Flatebo, "Apostolic" Jimmy …

THE HOBBIT – THE BATTLE of the FIVES ARMIES [Review]: The End of the Beginning.

It has been two long years since we were first graced with the beginning of The Hobbit. That's two years to wait, and wait for the shortest book in the line to finally finish. After two years since the release of the first Hobbit, the one we have finally been waiting for has arrived. Elves, …

EXODUS – GODS and KINGS [Face-Off Review]: Moses’ Creed X.

Or, as I like to call it, Batman and Rhamses. NERD - Directed by Ridley Scott (Gladiator, Alien) this epic tale of Moses leading the Hebrew slaves from Egyptian captivity to independent freedom is certainly grandiose, accomplished by having the right man at the helm. There are elements of Exodus: Gods and Kings that take …

INTERSTELLAR [Review]: Tears From Heaven.

In his first directorial effort since the conclusion of The Dark Knight Trilogy, Christopher Nolan (Memento, Inception) turns his focus to the stars. Interstellar depicts a not-too-distant future in which the earth’s ability to sustain life is quickly diminishing and society is on the verge of collapse. The story follows former NASA test pilot, Cooper …

BIRDMAN / HORNS [Reviews]: In with the Old; out with the New.

“A thing is a thing. Not what is written of that thing.” We’re in the age of superheroes. More specifically, superhero films. Hell, the immediate future is jam packed with them. Birdman, directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (21 Grams, Babel), is the least likely superhero film you could expect to see. http://youtu.be/8jAfBd3g6bA Michael Keaton (Beetlejuice, Jackie …