‘The Crimes of Grindelwald’ Brings Back the Magic
Nov 15th '18

‘The Crimes of Grindelwald’ Brings Back the Magic

Who Didn’t Want to Attend Hogwarts? The Harry Potter franchise is the foundation of many people’s childhood. It was a story that had it all, from typical teenage problems to flying broomsticks and dragons. If you don’t remember the book parties that were held at Borders or Barnes and Noble when each novel was released, […]

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Comic-Con Weekend Roundup

Comic-Con Weekend Roundup

Comic-Con hit San Diego over the weekend, and pretty much all of pop culture had something to plug. Between the trailers, gossip, and reactions, there’s a lot to go through. Here’s what you need to know: Glass: Shayamalan’s Return to Form? The sort-of-sequel to M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable and Split, Glass looks like the director might be making a comeback. […]

A Look At the YA genre’s relationship to film

A Look At the YA genre’s relationship to film

It has been a common practice for Hollywood to adapt classical books onto the big screen, bringing memorable childhood classics like Alice in Wonderland or Peter Pan to life. However, since the increasing craze surrounding the series Harry Potter and its first installment to hit theaters in 2001 (Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone), the adaptation […]

Embracing the Millennial Hero (In Film)

Embracing the Millennial Hero (In Film)

As a film nerd, I’m always interested in seeing how the film/television industry is changing and adapting. One change that happened recently is the rise of the Millennial Hero. In film and TV, the Millennial Hero is the new standard. For now, I’m going to focus on the Millennial Hero as it appears in film. […]