Creed (2015) Review

Creed (2015) Review By Scott M. Waldman   In life and on the field, a warrior must define themselves by their instruments of choice and the ways of utilizing their strengths to overcome their weaknesses.…

Film Review: Spectre (2015)

Spectre (2015) By Scott M. Waldman   James Bond, as a spy in both film and literature, has graced the screen in many outings over multiple decades with multiple actors who have portrayed 007 including…

Film: Cameos

Cameos By Scott M. Waldman An amazing activity that goes on in the film industry is how special guests appear in certain films, whether it be in a short cameo appearance, or as a small…

Are We Scared Anymore?

Are We Scared Anymore? By: Scott M. Waldman   Horror movies in particular are a very broad category of film and literature that appear at multiple points throughout the year. These films are made to…

The End is here?

The End is here? By Scott M. Waldman   The unimaginable has happened; asteroids hurdling towards the Earth, hail the size of minivans, dogs and cats are living together… locust! The world is nearing its…

Thirty-One: Survival of… Oh, it’s Just You

In honor of the upcoming release of Ridley Scott’s film, The Martian (2015), it seemed necessary to ponder the idea of survival of what seems like the ‘impossible’. The typical stories of how this situation…

Film Thirty: Dystopia in a Bottle

Thirty: Dystopia in a Bottle By Scott M. Waldman “Imagine a city beyond imagination. Free from…” Wait a minute. This message sounds familiar doesn’t it? It appears often over multiple forms of media, where a…

Film Review: The Plot Thickens…

By Scott M. Waldman In film’s earliest moments, the idea of filmmaking was to portray life in its context or an event that was, to one’s eyes, a work of art. As film evolved, so…