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Should Have Went With HBO  |  “Too Funny to Fail: The Life & Death of The Dana Carvey Show” 2017 Hulu Documentary Review

The prime of Dana Carvey came long before my time, as the only thing I really knew about him before watching 2017’s “Too Funny to Fail: The Life & Death of The Dana Carvey Show” was that he was popular on “Saturday Night LIve”, and his film career came crashing down with 2002’s critical bomb “The Master of Disguise,” which many consider to be one … Continue reading Should Have Went With HBO  |  “Too Funny to Fail: The Life & Death of The Dana Carvey Show” 2017 Hulu Documentary Review

A Good Time To Be A Con Man In America | “Fyre Fraud” 2019 Hulu Movie Review

What happens when you build media buzz based on a product that doesn’t exist? You might see something akin to 2017’s Fyre Festival debacle, in which shady businessman Billy MacFarland conned people into buying tickets to a festival that never fully materialized, driven by a delusional “we’ll figure it out later” mentality that saw him defraud investors out tens of millions of dollars, and landed … Continue reading A Good Time To Be A Con Man In America | “Fyre Fraud” 2019 Hulu Movie Review

Living With Your Crimes As A Zombie | “The Cured” 2017 Movie Review

2017’s “The Cured,” now available to stream on Hulu, reminds me a whole lot of the BBC show “In The Flesh,” which I enjoyed when I wasn’t watching “Doctor Who,” “Orphan Black” and “Merlin” back in the day, and indeed, it has a similar premise. Like “In The Flesh,” “The Cured” portrays a world that has conquered the zombie apocalypse, albeit “The Cured”, true to … Continue reading Living With Your Crimes As A Zombie | “The Cured” 2017 Movie Review

“Vampire: The Masquerade” Meets “The Office” | “What We Do in the Shadows” Season 1 TV Series Review

Intro: Pardon the pun but Vampires in pop culture seem to be having a bit of a resurrection in the recent years, either with shows like Netflix’s “Dracula” and “The Strain,” video games like “Vampyr” and “Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2”, and of course movies like the original “What We Do in the Shadows” from 2014. This review will be looking at the second … Continue reading “Vampire: The Masquerade” Meets “The Office” | “What We Do in the Shadows” Season 1 TV Series Review

It’s Time to Consolidate Streaming Services | Column from the Editor

Last year, Disney Plus launched, and this year, NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming services is set to launch, not long after HBO Max is released to the world.  I’ve reviewed a lot of original content from streaming services in the last year, and by far Netflix has the most volume and highest number of quality original projects. I pay $12.99 for Netflix, and am in the (assumed) … Continue reading It’s Time to Consolidate Streaming Services | Column from the Editor

No, Your New Subscription Service is not Worth the Price of Netflix | Column from the Editor

Subscription fatigue encapsulates 2019, as everyone and their mom wants to sell you an overpriced subscription to something. In the streaming world, Disney Plus has joined the likes of HBO Max, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Crackle, Mubi, Acorn TV, and Freeform. If you liked Loot Crate, there is about fifty thousand likewise subscription boxes focusing on everything from dog treats to bacon to stickers … Continue reading No, Your New Subscription Service is not Worth the Price of Netflix | Column from the Editor