Monthly Archives: November 2019

A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984) – A Perspective Review



  The act of dreaming is an important part of our sleeping habits. Dreams are thought of as the brain’s way of helping us decompress from the days trials and tribulations. But not all sleep is restful. Sometimes dreams have a nasty habit of going bad. Transforming into nightmares. If dreams are just movies in … Continue reading A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984) – A Perspective Review


Our Review Of “Wax Magic” – Season 2, Episode 7



  Obsessions, regardless of kind or focus – are unhealthy – and this episode of Friday The 13th: The Series – is a perfect sample to showcase why. A Carnival. A roving Wax Museum of Infamous Characters, a handkerchief from Louis the 16th’s time – Obsession and Death. It’s time for the Curious Good Podcast: … Continue reading Our Review Of “Wax Magic” – Season 2, Episode 7


Time To Make Global Polluters Accountable!



  We can all agree that pollution is an issue that needs to be addressed. More importantly, it’s an issue that needs accountability held fast to the ones responsible. It would be great if all individuals did their part to help save the planet, but the global crisis has moved beyond simple recycling. Is it … Continue reading Time To Make Global Polluters Accountable!


“A Revisit To Marvel 2099!”



  The Future. Is it a destination, an ideology to strive towards, a conscience feeling of the passage of time? All of the above? The future is a great setting for storytelling. It doesn’t matter if it’s post-apocalyptic, beautiful utopia or somewhere in between, when it comes to entertainment, predicting the future can be science … Continue reading “A Revisit To Marvel 2099!”


Terminator 2 Judgment Day (1991) – A Perspective Review



  August 29th of each year is a very special day. A day when all things end, and begin anew after the machines become self-aware at 2:14am/EST. Regardless of whether you’re a Terminator fan or not, moviegoers will agree that Terminator 2, directed by Terminator Director James Cameron, is one of the finest movies ever … Continue reading Terminator 2 Judgment Day (1991) – A Perspective Review


“Understanding DC Comics – Part 1: Crisis Of Continuity!”



  The DC Universe. It can be a complicated and sometimes convoluted place. There are  hundreds of characters, both heroes and villains, all with rich origins and histories. But after eighty years of stories, the DC Universe doesn’t have the easiest continuity to understand. Why were classic heroes so violent? Why are there two guys … Continue reading “Understanding DC Comics – Part 1: Crisis Of Continuity!”


The TERMINATOR Podcast: A Perspective Review of The TERMINATOR - 1984

The Terminator (1984) – A Perspective Review



  The science fiction horror world gave film making history something truly special when James Cameron’s The TERMINATOR was released in 1984. It sparked one of the most legendary series of characters ever created, generated an unforgettable listing of one-liners, and paves the way for so many generations of sequels, toys, film tendencies and more. … Continue reading The Terminator (1984) – A Perspective Review