Review: Zack Synder’s Justice League

BY John Carter JR SPOILER WARNING: this review contains spoilers Almost in reconciliation for the travesty that was the 2017 release of Joss Whedon’s The…

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Streaming Wars: A new foe has appeared! Paramount hits the scene

BY JOHN CARTER JR The streaming wars’ first hurdle was the unexpected coronavirus epidemic and while all platforms had setbacks, they have bounced back with…

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Retro Review: Ed, Edd n Eddy’s Big Picture Show

BY JOHN CARTER JR The 90s were filled with many cartoon classics produced by Cartoon Network Studios. establishing the Cartoon Network catalog as both unique…

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The Streaming Wars: Remakes and Delays

BY JOHN CARTER JR As Netflix trucks along with new high-quality content every week and in excess, it begs the question of when streaming newcomers…

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The COVID Cinema Climate: What is next for the American Cinema Experience

BY JOHN CARTER JR With major motion pictures being moved to streaming platforms by their respective studios and others being delayed as a way to…

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Artists Across America: Matthew Sorgie

BY JOHN CARTER JR All Art and Photos featured in this interview are by and are the property of Matthew Sorgie. In this week’s Artists…

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In Final Days: The American Mall Experience

BY JOHN CARTER Becoming a more well-known concept in the 60s and establishing its iconography in the 80s the American shopping mall has been a…

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Retro Review: Cobra Kai continues themes presented by The Karate Kid

BY John Carter JR With Cobra Kai ranking in the top ten for multiple weeks after its launch on Netflix and season three just announced…

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Retro Review: The Karate Kid and Found Fatherhood

BY John Carter JR The 1984 Classic The Karate Kid recently turned 36 years old and with the release of its sequel series Cobra Kai…

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HBO Max’s launch adds new player to the Streaming Wars

BY JOHN CARTER JR With HBO Max’s recent launch and arrival on the on-demand scene, the streaming war has officially begun. Walt Disney or the…

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