Prey Review

Disney acquired 20th Century Fox, now 20th Century Studios, a few years ago. All the hubbub was about them getting the Marvel characters back into the fold. Well, I think people have forgotten that Fox had a massive catalog of films Disney could pick from that were pretty good IPs, one of which is theContinue reading “Prey Review”

The Old Man Review

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a big problem for the entertainment world. One of the shows affected was the FX miniseries The Old Man, starring Jeff Bridges, coinciding with his own illness during that period. The Old Man finally came out on FX on Hulu this month, a year after it was supposed to. Dan Chase (Jeff Bridges)Continue reading “The Old Man Review”

Good Luck To You, Leo Grande Review

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande is an audacious film that deals with subject matter that isn’t talked about enough in Hollywood — the human body and how we as a society deal with our own bodies and how others perceive us and what we look like with and without our clothes on. This film openedContinue reading “Good Luck To You, Leo Grande Review”

Fire Island Review

Fire Island is located on Long Island, New York. It’s a location where gay men and women and LGBT go on vacation in the summertime, where they can find love and companionship amongst like-minded people. For the movie Fire Island, Searchlight Pictures’ release strategy is to put the film out during Pride Month, the annual celebrationContinue reading “Fire Island Review”

Pam & Tommy Review

In the ’90s, everybody seemed to have their fifteen minutes of fame. It wasn’t until the last five or so years, though, that these stories got turned into films and miniseries. We’ve gotten O.J.: Made in America, I, Tonya, and Richard Jewell recently. Now it’s time to see the Pam and Tommy Sex Tape Scandal come to streaming andContinue reading “Pam & Tommy Review”