Theater Review: Elf the Musical

Here we are. It’s the day after Christmas and we are in New York City to see the decorations, skate in Rockefeller Plaza, and visit some super geeky places like Nintendo New York, Midtown Comics, and the ThinkGeek retail store. As a surprise, we also decided to hit Elf The Musical at the Madison Square Garden theater.

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Movie Review: Bright on Netflix

Bright is a thoughtful, well-paced and brilliantly orchestrated a futuristic take on a buddy cop movie that expands into new worlds. Viewers will be left wanting more from this cast, this story, and the endless possibilities it explores.

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Pre-Order Announcement – Catwalk: Obedient

Welcome, 2018! Okay, not yet, but I’m welcoming in the new year with a bang. In just a couple of weeks, I will have a new book available on the market. Catwalk: Obedient is book 4 in the Leon “Catwalk” Caliber cyberpunk noir series, and this one has tons going on. Available now for pre-order!

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Movie Review: Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is here, amidst all of the fanfare and build-up that only a major Star Wars release could carry. The film lives up to all of that anticipation, providing an epic space opera, while advancing the stories of generations of protagonists. It’s a masterpiece, thanks to tight writing, brilliant acting, and more than a few nods to the creative minds who have paved the way.

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Movie Review: Mercy Christmas

Michael Briskett is the nerdy accountant who stays after hours, diligently toiling away at the cost of any social life. He is awkward and shy, and easily intimidated. Imagine his fortune when a beautiful co-worker invites him to travel with her to visit her family on Christmas. This is the setup for Mercy Christmas, a No Mercy Pictures/Other Paw Films project directed by Ryan Nelson. 

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Movie Review: Red Christmas

It’s part Black Christmas and part Troma, but Red Christmas definitely earns high points for creativity. Fans of low-brow horror flicks will enjoy it for the sick ride that it is.

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Michael Bennett & Police Brutality

On Wednesday, September 6, Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett announced that he had suffered police brutality last month and had hired a civil rights attorney as a result. Bennett’s account was at least partially confirmed by TMZ, and even the NFL commissioner issued a statement regarding the event. All of this is amplified by Bennett’s refusal to stand during the national anthem before games.

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