If even South Park, which can be very critical of how Star Wars is done, loves Baby Yoda and The Mandalorian, then you know that it’s good.
My Plans for December 2019 Thanksgiving Day’s behind us and we survived Black Friday; and I hope the Force was with you if you went shopping. Now the holiday season’s … Continue Reading The Force is With Us This December
When the Mandalorian tries to find refuge for Baby Yoda, he gets involved in an Old Western Stand-Off to save a village from raiders.
As the Skywalker Saga nears its end (for now) I attempt to defend the Star Wars Prequels and the good that came from them. And good DID come out of them. Even if Jar Jar was a mistake.
twitter.com/starwars/status/1198786787864281088 Centuries from now, I hope historians look back in Star Wars and recognize just how important it was to global culture. It’s one of those things that MUST be … Continue Reading The Legacy of Star Wars
Star Wars, The Mandalorian, Episode 3 Review If there’s one thing newcomers to Star Wars need to know about the Mandalorians, it’s that they’re a warrior people. They’re some of … Continue Reading That Is the Mando Way
Ever since Disney bought Lucasfilms, and with it, Star Wars, I’ve kept a skeptical eye on where the company takes the franchise. Then they axed the Expanded Universe and thirty plus years of extra content that they’ve yet to make up for. They may have given us Thrawn back, but I won’t be satisfied until I see the return of Revan! However, I think Disney’s starting to step up, and a big example would be the new show, The Mandalorian.
Normally, I don’t go for horror movies, but this is the one horror movie for those who hate them, The Cabin in the Woods. It basically embraces/calls out everything great/bad about the genre.
Jay’s Month of Screams, Day 19- Tales From the Crypt I was looking at scary movies to watch for tonight, and I remembered this movie that Nostalgia Critic talked about … Continue Reading Demon Knight Was a Weird Movie
Of all the versions of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow out there, I think my favorite has to be the 1949 Disney version. I can’t help but love it!
Jay’s Month of Screams, Day 13- Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit When I started this month-long Halloween prep, I promised that I would get in at least … Continue Reading Beware the Were-Rabbit!
Did you guys hear the big news? Spider-Man gets to stay in the MCU
twitter.com/getfandom/status/1177602222139592707 I will be blogging about this in a day or so! I’m so happy!
A year after we got Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, we get this new short. I give my thoughts on the video.
I have seen IT: Chapter Two, and while it’s not as good as the original, it does make some improvements. That’s over the 1990 miniseries and the book’s bad ending.
I’ve seen a few cartoons get the musical treatment in the past. Shoot, Spongebob Squarepants got a Broadway musical, and I didn’t even know! Of all the cartoons I’ve seen, though, I don’t think any would be better suited for Broadway than Steven Universe. Steven Universe: The Movie convinced me of tha.