Author Archives: The Belligerent Barnes

STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI – Review (Spoiler Free & Spoiler Filled)

It’s here! THE LAST JEDI is finally here! Naturally, my family and I were in line for the first showing then I went to see it in 3D this morning. Yes, like a true Star Wars nut, I saw the movie twice … Continue reading

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IT (2017) Spoiler-Free Movie Review

I firmly believe that Hollywood remakes are the scourge of creative filmmaking. We’ve seen this proven time and time again as creative properties are simply revisited for the sake of making a buck. Hollywood producers just can’t seem to leave … Continue reading

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STOP WORRYING about Star Wars!

Yesterday the news broke that Colin Trevorrow has “parted ways” with Disney and won’t be directing Star Wars Episode IX. Since then, my regular internet stomping grounds have been ripe with commentary. The consensus, from what I’ve been able to … Continue reading

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Death Note – 2017 Film Review

Before we begin, I feel it is important to confess that I’m not a manga fan at all and have little desire to give any anime the chance I probably should. With that disclaimer in place, I still felt like … Continue reading

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Generations: Wolverine & All-New Wolverine #1 – by Tom Taylor

If you’re at all familiar with my reviews, you probably know that I’m a major fan of ‘one-shot’ comics. As fantastic as traditional comic book story arcs can be, there’s something refreshing about having the entirety of a story, albeit … Continue reading

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STAR WARS: Darth Vader #4 – by Charles Soule

The August installment of Marvel’s new venture into the history of the Dark Lord of the Sith promised the confrontation that would award Vader his lightsaber, and it certainly delivered! After losing the first round to exiled Jedi Master, Kirak … Continue reading

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On Losing Legends

Yesterday the horror and film community lost a one of a kind talent, George A. Romero. Romero was the visionary who originally brought us Night of the Living Dead and thus inspired decades of scares. When we hear the word “zombie”, … Continue reading

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