The Walking Dead 702 ‘The Well’ Review: The King and Carol

One of the best feelings when it comes to watching a show based on a comic book is to see the characters from the source material be brought to life by great actors. The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 2 will take us deep into “The Well” to discover some iconic figures from the comics: Ezekiel, Shiva, and The Kingdom. Continue reading “The Walking Dead 702 ‘The Well’ Review: The King and Carol”

Advertisements

American Horror Story: Roanoke – ‘Chapter 7’ Thoughts

Previously on Return to Roanoke, as the cast and crew prepares for their Three Days in Hell, Rory was evicted from life by the sister nurses, Miranda and Bridget, to complete spelling ‘MURDER’ on one of the walls in the house. This was figured out by Matt when he cryptically walked in on everyone in the kitchen by saying, “R is for Rory.” Who will die next and who will eventually be the sole survivor of this hellish return to a nightmare that is now clearly a bad idea? Continue reading “American Horror Story: Roanoke – ‘Chapter 7’ Thoughts”

Doctor Strange: The Adrenalist Writer Review

Ever since the beginning of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel has brought to life a wide variety of superheroes that have really left a mark in every fan’s heart. With the studio’s latest film, Doctor Strange, Benedict Cumberbatch magnificently owned the character, and this is undoubtedly one of the greatest films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Continue reading “Doctor Strange: The Adrenalist Writer Review”

Top 5 All-Time Favorite Horror Films

Halloween is almost upon us, and although not everyone celebrates this spook-tacular holiday, the people who do have a lot of options such as Halloween Parties, Trick-or-Treating, or Horror Film Marathons. If you know me, a self-proclaimed film buff/connoisseur, then you would already know what I would pick among those choices: Horror Film Marathon! Continue reading “Top 5 All-Time Favorite Horror Films”

A Gay Man’s Take on Building a Family

College was still kicking me to the pavement, burying me with homework and projects, when most of the people that I went to high school with started getting married and having babies. Watching everyone start a new chapter of their life really stressed me out as I worried about mine, but the more I learned, the more I started to appreciate the time I am taking to think about my own plans. Continue reading “A Gay Man’s Take on Building a Family”