Forty-Six: The Fantasy of Animation

  By Scott M. Waldmann Way back at Article #8 (3 semesters ago), animation was discussed as a source of ‘world-building;’ neither the physical set nor the characters that inhabit it need to exist. Imagination…

Forty-Five: The Academy of 2015

By Scott M. Waldman The previous year created another list of films to be welcomed to the annual competition that is full of award shows ranging from the Golden Globes to the Razzies. This article…

Laughing on an Empty or Full Tank?

By Scott M. Waldman Comedies, in general, have changed over the decades. They depend on multiple factors linked to our current environment and the people who laugh or criticize the jokes. For comedy, the best…

Deadpool (2016) Review

Deadpool (2016) By Scott M. Waldman   After months of gut-busting marketing and years of getting our (fans and newcomers/noobs alike) hopes up, Tim Miller’s take on the “Merc with a Mouth” has finally hit…

The Comic Crusade Begins

By Scott M. Waldman As of 2016, we have a total of six superhero related films to keep our eyes on. This is the most comic-related content to hit the screen ever (until 2017, which…

The Martian (2015) Review

By Scott M. Waldman Space…the place Matt Damon has been to twice (2014, 2015) and both times he has required a rescue mission where he has either went insane in completing his mission (Interstellar) or…

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…