The New Golden Age of Television continued in 2018 with yet another great year of television. This must be reiterated year after year — yes, even in a year without Game of Thrones — 2018 continued that age, or trend, in which television is as effective as, or even more so than, cinema. For some, television of 2018 is defined best by the return of the increasingly confounding Westworld, and, for others like me, it is best defined by limited series that kept my attention far better than most long-running shows. Continue reading “Top Ten TV-Shows of 2018”
I used to write these New Year’s Speeches every year, and I really enjoyed doing so. I sort of stopped doing it last year, but I’ve tried to find a way to comment on all of the things that happened this year. I came up with this post, in which I want to talk about the entire year briefly. Film, television, and politics. Good and bad. Hope and dread. So if you don’t want anything political with your movie news, speculation, or discussion, then this isn’t the post for you. Continue reading “Goodbye 2016”
Ooga-Chaka, Ooga-Ooga, Ooga-Chaka – The first look at the sequel to my favorite film of 2014 has just been officially released. Marvel Studios has given us the first teaser trailer/sneak peek at Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. So let’s recap this thing, and take a look at what we may have missed.
Continue reading “TRAILER RECAP: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – Sneak Peek”
“Why are they here?” – That’s the question in Denis Villeneuve’s newest film Arrival, based on a short story by Ted Chiang. Today two trailers for the film were released, the one above this paragraph is the regular official trailer, but in this recap I’ll also be discussing the international trailer, which can be found here. Continue reading “Trailer Recap: Arrival”