Month: July 2021

How about a Car Leasing Guide?

At first glance, renting a car seems like a good idea. After all, you can get more of the car with the same monthly financing payment. Who wouldn’t want that? Well, there’s more to the trade-off between financing and car…

Understanding Everything about Customized Marketing with Custom Printing

The best customized printing in the USA is a combination of high-tech print technologies to deliver personalized marketing that is one-of-a-kind. You can input your target’s name, address, age, hair color, or any other information you know about them directly…

What are Quick Fenders, and How to Choose the Right Fender for You?

Boat fenders are very crucial equipment that every boat owner should buy. They protect the boat from any contact from other boats or prevent the boat from bumping into the marina. The thing is that boats are pretty expensive, and…

Everything You Must Know About Carpet Cleaning Service in Indiana

The carpeting in your home needs to be maintained and cleaned on a regular basis for its durability and performance. Carpet flooring requires a similar type of maintenance to hardwood or tile flooring. If you want your carpet to be…

Masters of the Universe: Revelation 2021 Tv Series Review

In hindsight, it has to go down as one of the biggest errors in licensing history. When George Lucas was shopping around the action-figure rights for an upcoming space opera called Star Wars, the powers-that-be at US toy giant Mattel…

The Green Sea 2021 Movie Review

Ireland-based American author (and one-time heavy metal band leader) Simone (Isabelle) is struggling to write the follow-up to a successful first novel, hamstrung by a dependency on vodka and recurring visions from a traumatic past. The latter mingle with the…

Sexy Beasts 2021 TV Series Review

To enjoy long-term success, a reality show needs to surprise, to delight, to reinvent and subvert its own formula as it goes. But to break out in the first place, it needs a compelling hook. “Sexy Beasts,” Netflix’s new dating…

My Unorthodox Life 2021 Tv Series Review

It’s hard to not feel inspired by the triumphant story of self-made fashion mogul Julia Haart in Netflix’s engaging new reality series, My Unorthodox Life. Now CEO of talent company Elite World Group, Haart boldly left a fundamentalist ultra-Orthodox Jewish…

Review: 100 Foot Wave 2021 Tv Mini-Series

Two decades after his breakthrough as a documentary filmmaker, Chris Smith is on a tear in the non-fiction realm, having directed “Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond,” “Fyre,” and “Operation Variety Blues: The College Admissions Scandal” in the past four…

Turner & Hooch 2021 Tv Series Review

In preparing for his eponymous starring role in “Turner & Hooch,” Josh Peck got the Manny Pacquiao treatment. “I did physical fight training with Justin Fortune, who trains Manny Pacquiao. If someone drops out of the next Logan Paul fight,…

Blood Red Sky 2021 Movie Review

Blood Red Sky sets up expectations of an intense thriller with horror gimmickry thrown in for good measure between its title and the logline. Terrorists attempting to hijack a transatlantic overnight flight find resistance in the form of a vampire….

Fear Street: Part Two – 1978 Review 2021 Movie

Sitting somewhere between film and TV, Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy, based on the books by R.L. Stine, tells one interconnected story over three different eras, each leaning into a different subgenre of horror. While the first two mostly work as…

The Nest 2021 Movie Review

The Gist: Rory (Jude Law) and Allison (Carrie Coon) have a nice life. Or at least it seems that way. It’s the 1980s, and they live in a cozy home in New York with their children, teen Samantha (Oona Roche)…

La cocinera de Castamar (The Cook of Castamar) 2021 Tv Series Review

Netflix’s increasing efforts to become an international streaming giant have paid off in international subscribers, but it’s also meant that many shows that originated in other countries have made their ways onto the platform in the United States. One of…

The Man with the Answers 2021 Movie Review

Greek ex-diving champion Victor (Vasilis Magouliotis) lives with his sick grandmother in a seaside town in Greece. Working in a furniture factory to make a living, Victor is left devastated when she dies and her death prompts him to make…

Review: Power Book III: Raising Kanan 2021 Season 2

Starz has given an early Season 2 renewal to Power Book III: Raising Kanan. Ahead of its Season 1 premiere on July 18, Starz has greenlighted a second season of the prequel series to the original Power franchise. Additionally, Antonio…

The all new Corner Sofa now available in UK!

Corner Sofa is the largest furniture seen in many homes today because it can delight a large part of the home and provide a relaxing view to anyone who enters the house. Technology is available in modern homes and simple…

The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home 2021 Review

The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home takes viewers into the real story that inspired The Conjuring films. The creepy new doc follows a group of fearless filmmakers who risk everything to explore the house whose terrifying story gave us…

Pig 2021 Movie Review

Nicolas Cage isn’t just an actor; he’s a state of mind. Having transcended meme status with evocative performances in director-driven genre fare like “Mandy” and “Color Out of Space,” the Oscar winner delivers his best performance in years as a…

iCarly 2021 Tv Series New Episode

The fourth episode of Paramount+’s “iCarly” revival saw both Carly and Freddie trying to figure out their romantic lives. Though there’s nothing between the two right now, fans of the original series are hoping to see the “Creddie” ship set…

Schmigadoon! 2021 Tv Series Review

Your inclination towards “Schmigadoon!,” at least in its early going, will likely be determined by your reaction to its title. If you think it’s a clever, charming wink to “Brigadoon” — the Lerner and Loewe musical about an enchanted village,…