Article by: Anthony Florez At the Alamo Drafthouse screenings of Wonder Woman (no, not those screenings), the pre-show entertainment includes an eight minute long montage about the on-screen history of Wonder Woman and it's easy to understand how fans could be frustrated that it's taken so long for her to get her own
Article by: Anthony Florez The word 'grunge' is being bandied about a lot today and it's not a description I am particularly fond of. It is the popularly accepted description of an era of rock that originated in the early nineties, primarily in the Seattle music scene, and encompasses everything from
Article by: Anthony Florez Let this be a lesson to the entitled out there, everyone who has been gorging themselves in this incredible age of television, in the time of The Americans, Stranger Things, Patriot, The Man in The High Castle, Legion, The Walking Dead, et al., for everyone who has responded to
Article by: Anthony Florez *with spoilers and some discussion of fan theories If, for whatever reason, you haven't jumped on the Westworld bandwagon just yet this is the week to do it. After eight episodes the exposition is finally starting to give way to real conflict; it's been a patiently deployed story with
Article by: Anthony Florez Going into Luke Cage I knew it would be missing the brutal, brilliantly choreographed fight scenes of Daredevil and the constant psychological dread of Jessica Jones. I was on the lookout for what was going to be its killer app, its special angle that Marvel's television universe has been doing so well.