Month: September 2021

No One Gets Out Alive 2021 Movie Review – Netflix

When Ambar (Cristina Rodlo) arrives in Cleveland after being smuggled into the United States, she needs a place to stay that won’t ask questions. So she turns to an all-female boardinghouse with the basic amenities: apparitions. Flickering lights. A live-in…

Review: Ada Twist, Scientist 2021 Tv Series – Netflix

Ada Twist, Scientist (Amanda Christine) wakes up, pets the cat, puts on her clothes and wakes up her mother (Susan Kelechi Watson). Ada wonders why she wakes up at the same time every day. She thinks she’ll have to make…

Attack of the Hollywood Cliches! 2021 Review

The Guy Gets the Girl. The Spit Take. The Meet-Cute. Movie clichés are very easy to spot. Not just to film lovers, but even to the untrained eye. Rob Lowe is hosting a new special for Netflix, titled “Attack of…

Review: La Brea 2021 Tv Series – NBC

Not far into its first episode, La Brea comes out and says what we’re already thinking: “Maybe we’re just in an episode of Lost.” The comparison is unavoidable and, unfortunately, not all that favorable to La Brea. In the 17…

Review: Foundation 2021 Tv Series

Apple TV+ has released the first two episodes of its much-anticipated new series Foundation, starring Jared Harris and Lee Pace, on September 24. Produced for Apple by Skydance Television, the 10-episode series is a feast for the eyes, a stunning…

The Chestnut Man 2021 Tv Series Review

Netflix has finally unveiled the teaser trailer for ‘The Chestnut Man,’ the upcoming Nordic noir from the creator of ‘The Killing.’ The creepy and dark crime series follows two detectives on a hunt for a serial killer who leaves chestnut…

Ganglands 2021 Tv Series Review

Netflix’s latest French thriller series, ‘Gangland’ (Original title: Braqueurs) is all set to debut this September. The action-packed trailer may have given away a tad too much of the premise, but the Julien Leclercq-created series promises a strong storyline and…

BMF 2021 Tv Series Review

BMF is based on the actual story of two brothers who climbed from the ghettos of southwest Detroit in the late 1980s to create one of the country’s most powerful crime families. The charismatic leadership of Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory,…

Law & Order: Organized Crime 2021 Season 2- Review

NBC’s popular spinoff Law & Order: Organized Crime is set to return for a second season of action. Season 2 follows Detective Elliot Stabler as he goes undercover to fight a dangerous crime syndicate. Also starring Danielle Moné Truitt and…

Star Wars: Visions 2021 Tv Series

It’s astounding that Star Wars: Visions, an anime-inspired anthology series that hitting Disney Plus Wednesday, took so long to happen. Star Wars creator George Lucas drew heavily from Akira Kurosawa films for the original 1977 movie and millions of people…

The Wonder Years 2021 Tv Series Review

The first iteration of ABC’s “The Wonder Years,” which kicked off in 1988, featured a young Fred Savage as a kid growing up about twenty years in the past. If the revival of the format, now executive-produced by Savage along…

Home Economics 2021 Tv Series Review

Are you ready for some football, because. in the Season 2 Premiere of “Home Economics,”, Connor invites the Hayworth clan to a San Francisco 49ers game as he tries to close his latest business deal. Desperately trying to prove that…

Midnight Mass 2021 Tv Series Review

Around the midpoint of Mike Flanagan’s new Netflix horror serial “Midnight Mass,” in the middle of a conversation about loss, Kate Siegel’s character Erin asks Zach Gilford’s Riley: “What happens when you die?” Humanity’s been grappling with with that big…

Monsters Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan 2021 Tv Mini-Series Review

A new Netflix four-part docu-series, “Monsters Inside; The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan,” explores Billy Milligan, the psychopath with 24 identities, capitalizing on the serial criminal content trend that has swept the streaming industry. Directed by Olivier Magaton and written…

Jaguar 2021 Tv Series Review Netflix

A saga of Nazi war criminals on the run from determined pursuers, “Jaguar” is set in the 1960s, a period that saw another such story. It was in May 1960 that the Mossad tracked Adolf Eichmann down in an industrial…

Intrusion 2021 Movie review

In thriller after thriller after thriller, the story opens as the main characters begin a new chapter in their lives by moving into an expansive, Insta-worthy, remote home in the woods or along the beach or nestled into an area…

Exciting Magic Games To Check Out

Are you a fan of card games? You must get really excited when you see Magic: The Gathering Cards for sale. You must always be on the lookout for new exciting card games. We will discuss a few exciting magic…

What are the Basic Fundamentals of Mobile Game Designing?

Today gamification is everywhere in the tech industry, education, innovation industry. Hence the competitive mobile game market is vast and people spend tremendous amounts of time and money on their game app business. Setting up games with clear goals helps…

I’m Your Man [Ich bin dein Mensch] 2021 Movie Review

There’s something a little too perfect about Dan Stevens. Even when he’s not literally playing a Disney prince, he looks like one: poised, chiseled, giving off a clean-cut aura no matter his state of grooming. For as much as the…

Dear Evan Hansen 2021 Movie Review

Universal Pictures has released the final trailer for Dear Evan Hansen, the high school-set film based on the hit Broadway musical by Steven Levenson, Benj Pasek & Justin Paul. Directed by Stephen Chbosky and starring Ben Platt, who reprises his…

The Starling 2021 Movie Review

Melissa McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd, two of the most endearing actors onscreen, play Lilly and Jack, a married couple happily painting a mural for their infant daughter’s room, as The Starling begins. Cue the opening credits, and we find them…