James Jay Edwards reviews Live from the Space Stage: A Halyx Story, a documentary about a Star Wars-adjacent KISS-inspired band that rocked the Space Stage in Tomorrowland at Disneyland during the summer of 1981.
James Jay Edwards reviews Sputnik, a Russian sci-fi horror film directed by Egor Abramenko and starring Oksana Akinshina. (IFC Films)
James Jay Edwards reviews Tesla, a biopic written and directed by Michael Almereyda, and starring Ethan Hawke. (IFC Films)
James Jay Edwards reviews Chemical Hearts, a movie written and directed by Richard Tanne and adapted from the Krystal Sutherland YA novel Our Chemical Hearts.
If you happened to be a dictator, how would you design your office? Well, there are some important design basics you should be aware of.
While COVID-19 has indelibly changed our reality, I’m wondering how it will influence our fictional portrayal of it.
Thanks to the findings of a recent Australian study, it turns out that men who rate themselves a “solid seven” are actually barely a five.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Born to Be Public by Greg Mania. (CLASH Books)
James Jay Edwards reviews Uncle Peckerhead, a punk horror-comedy written and directed by Matthew John Lawrence, and a perfect midnight movie.