Monthly Archives: March 2016

batman v superman: dawn of expectation

I feel like I’ve reviewed Batman v Superman a dozen times or so in this past weekend as many people have asked my opinion on this very polarizing movie. I tried my best to stay away from reviews before I

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10 cloverfield lane (spoiler-free review)

What does Beyoncé and JJ Abrams have in common? The ability to fully produce a project unbeknownst to the general public and then suddenly drop said secret surprise project to mass acclaim. Twice. Kinda. The other day I had been wondering

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    Sterling and Kortney lament over the possibility of having to relive yet another Spider-man reboot with the recent news of Sony and Disney split. The BHF spotlight is on the record-breaking Simone Biles who is too amazing for words. In Space news: black holes are still terrible. Later, an in-depth analysis of the Wachowskis space opera Jupiter Ascending.