‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Review: Not Enough Human Drama

By Marvin Irwin Pretentious. Intellectual. A Bore. All of the phrases I have just listed perfectly sum up the film “Godzilla vs. Kong.” Never before have we seen such a disconnect between what the audience craves and what a director gives to us.  My whole awful experience of viewing this movie began as I made … Continue reading ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Review: Not Enough Human Drama

Caddyshack Reboot Starring ONLY Shaquille O’Neal, “Caddy-Shaq” Begins Filming 

By Mike Wishart With Hollywood’s reboot fever far from cooling, Warner Brothers has just announced a re-imagining of the 1980 comedy classic Caddyshack set to hit theaters in summer 2020 starring Shaquille O’Neal with M. Night Shyamalan attached to direct.  “This is a project that’s very close to my heart, almost as close to my … Continue reading Caddyshack Reboot Starring ONLY Shaquille O’Neal, “Caddy-Shaq” Begins Filming 

Spider-Man 3: A Deconstruction of the Superhero Genre

By Michael Atkins Scarface, Clyde Checks Out, Kazaam. What do these films have in common? They all take the magnificent form that challenges the cinematic world. Scarface revitalized the gangster genre alongside The Godfather. Clyde Checks Out allowed viewers to see that monkeys could be used in something other than space shuttles. And Kazaam is … Continue reading Spider-Man 3: A Deconstruction of the Superhero Genre

Kazaam: When Evil meets Hip Hop

By Michael Atkins Kazaam is a film directed by Paul Michael Glaser, who was actually the leader of a demonic cult known as “Aviv Sal Segav”. Unfortunately, his soul was then transferred into the film in order to preserve the purity of Glaser’s essence. Soon after its release, Glaser’s body became imbued with the soul … Continue reading Kazaam: When Evil meets Hip Hop