Hazbin Hotel Excites, Surprises, and Sings its Way Into the Hearts of Fans in Just One Short Season

Review of Amazon Prime Video’s Hazbin Hotel  4 years ago, animator and cartoonist Vivienne Medrano (Vivziepop) premiered the pilot of Hazbin Hotel, a widely anticipated project that to date has almost 100 million views on Youtube. The pilot was praised for its unique premise, intricately stylistic animation, and characters that fans immediately flocked to. Now, the […]

Miller’s Girl Clashes Dedicated Performances with a Rushed, Reluctant Story

Review of Miller’s Girl  Most of us know what it’s like to be “18 and entirely unremarkable.” The solution to this predicament being an emotionally-driven attempt to seduce a teacher poisoned by mediocrity however, is probably not as familiar to many.  The student-teacher relationship has been portrayed, fetishized, and critiqued countless times and Jade Halley Bartlett’s […]

Gene P. Abel’s The Destruction of the American Republic

Gene P. Abel’s The Destruction of the American Republic Like the loving father of a petulant child, author and U.S. Army Colonel (Retired)  Gene P. Abel is extremely worried about our nation’s current and future state. Colonel Abel is the best-selling author of more than a dozen books in several genres, including sci-fi and romance. […]

Sugar, Butter, Big Screen! Waitress The Musical’s Pro-Shot Hits Theaters Just in Time for a Holiday Treat

It only takes a taste when it’s something special, or in the case of the Tony award nominated Broadway musical Waitress, it only took a listen of its original cast album for fans to be hooked and wanting to see the show up on stage.   The musical, based on the 2007 film of the …

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The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes: The Worst or Best Film in The YA/SCI-FI Series

Review of The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes    When The Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins published The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, a prequel to the 3 insanely popular Hunger Games books, fans were reignited with new material to interact with dissect. While some series are known for having an unnecessary amount …

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Five Nights at Freddy’s Leaves Fans Elated but Casual Horror Viewers Disappointed

Review of Blumhouse Productions’s Five Nights at Freddy’s   Indie game developer Scott Cawthon was in a cyclical rut. He couldn’t seem to create a connection with audiences through his games which mostly took inspiration from religious allegories and Biblical stories. He decided to shift gears after scathing criticism towards his game Chipper & Sons …

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Rehya Stevens Gives a Show-Stopping Voice to The Soundtrack of Secrets of a Celebrity Nanny

Review of Rehya Stevens’s songs in Secrets of a Celebrity Nanny   The new Lifetime drama Secrets of a Celebrity Nanny doesn’t only portray a riveting story about a young woman desperate to save herself from the dangerous inner circle of a glamourous superstar, the film also features an eclectic soundtrack fronted by the lively …

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Exclusive From PFF: Maestro: Sonically Masterful but Narratively Faulty

Review of Maestro  Bradley Cooper’s sophomore film Maestro has generated much excitement and controversy since the announcement of its production. Produced by legendary filmmakers Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg coupled with a star-studded cast, the film was anticipated to be an even more exceptional addition to Cooper’s filmography than A Star is Born.  Following the …

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Big Mouth Brings in a Major Star-Studded Voice Cast For its Second to Last Season

Review of Big Mouth Season 7   The Big Mouth kids are finally going to high school! But not before 10 episodes of fights, new crushes, and attempts to leave middle school behind as our eccentric group ventures into one of the most tumultuous times of adolescence.  As the beloved theme song suggests, our characters are …

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Breakfast at Timothy’s Novel by Richard Tyler Jordan Review

Breakfast at Timothy’s Novel by Richard Tyler Jordan Review I have been a fan of Richard Tyler Jordan for many years. I discovered Richard when he wrote the book But Darling I’m Your Auntie Mame. The book was a history of the character of Mame Dennis, who appeared in a novel by Patrick Dennis called …

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Bill O’Reilly with Martin Dugard’s Killing The Witches: The Horror of Salem, Massachusetts Review

Killing the Witches: The Horror of Salem, Massachusetts Bill O’Reilly, along with Martin Dugard, have, in my opinion, written one of the best American History books I have ever read. Killing The Witches is a thorough account of the horrible time in Salem, Massachusetts when women and men were jailed, tried, and hung for being …

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