TV & Movies

Pauly D And TV Is The Place To Be- Star Trek: Discovery S2 E1 – Brother

January 18, 2019 Author: Paul DiNello

Space may be the final frontier, but dealing with your family can be no less perilous. Star Trek: Discovery returns for season 2 on CBS All Access on a new night with a new mission. When we last left the intrepid crew of the USS Discovery, the Klingon War was over, Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) Read More

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An Arguing With Myself Review: Aquaman

January 16, 2019 Author: Chris Frodel

Arthur Curry (Jason Mamoa) learns that he is the heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. His mother (Nicole Kidman) is an Atlantean Queen and his father (Temuera Morrison), a mortal man. Hesitant on wearing the crown, his journey of self discovery will show Atlantis he can be the leader they need or die trying.  Read More

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Ganache Recommends…

January 14, 2019 Author: John Amenta

Sheep Skin is not a new film, released in 2013, but it can certainly be categorized as new to me. That said, after checking local (Connecticut, home to The Pint) filmmaker Kurtis Spieler’s first outing, I felt the need to share my opinion with you. The odds are you may have not seen this small budgeted revenge thriller/maybe, possibly werewolf Read More

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An Arguing With Myself Review: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

November 26, 2018 Author: Chris Frodel

Joel and Ethan Coen’s The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is an anthology that consists of six segments: “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs”, “Near Algodones”, “Meal Ticket”, “All Gold Canyon”, “The Gal Who Got Rattled” and “The Mortal Remains”. I’ve waited patiently for its release, thinking it was going to be in theaters but to my Read More

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An Arguing With Myself Review: Halloween 2018

October 30, 2018 Author: Chris Frodel

  Forty years have passed since that fateful Halloween night in Haddonfield. Michael Myers was taken into custody and has spent those years in captivity. Laurie Strode, who escaped his murderous rampage, stays vigilant, anticipating the day he escapes so she can kill him and finally find peace. Let me begin by stating a fact: Read More

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An Arguing With Myself Review: Hereditary

September 11, 2018 Author: Chris Frodel

  When her mother passes away, Annie (Toni Collette), her husband Steve (Gabriel Byrne), son Peter (Alex Wolff) and daughter Charlie (Milly Shapiro) all mourn her loss. The family turn to different means to handle their grief. They each begin to have experiences linked to the sinister secrets and emotional trauma that have been passed Read More

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Superman: The Movie, an Anniversary of Filmmaking

September 5, 2018 Author: Jon Johnson (Sir)

  This coming December of 2018, Superman: The Movie becomes 40 years old, and Back Issue Magazine is celebrating with a special focus issue to commemorate the cinematic blockbuster that had us all believing a man could fly. Forty years is a long time to forget how a single event can impact our fair world Read More

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It’s a Helluva Town

August 15, 2018 Author: Jon Johnson (Sir)

“Your superior intellect is no match for our puny weapons!” ~ Kang, The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror II, “The Monkey’s Paw”, episode 42 Thirty years is longevity in the entertainment industry. Thirty years of a single constant, with little visible change in the outward appearance. That’s an impressive feat, one that is easier when the Read More

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Warp Factor Eight, Lieutenant

August 2, 2018 Author: Jon Johnson (Sir)

  Coinciding with the podcast episode ‘It’s Big Enough’, number 53 for those counting, I’m releasing this detailed overview of my trip to the set of the original Starship Enterprise in Ticonderoga, New York. If you just had to know all the minutiae of my day, here it is. Enjoy. Some weeks ago I happened Read More

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An Arguing With Myself Review: Ant-Man And The Wasp

July 18, 2018 Author: Chris Frodel

Just three days shy of completing his two year house arrest, Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) is pulled back into being the Ant-Man. Through vivid dreams, Scott believes Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfieffer), once thought dead, may still be alive in the Quantum Realm. Scott contacts the only people he can trust; Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) Read More

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