During that lull in the hype surrounding Star Wars movies--yes there was once such a lull, though brief--novels about everybody's favorite wookies, Jedis, and scoundrels began to fill the void. These novels even deserve a ton of credit for returning Star Wars to the forefront of Hollywood.
Remember those creatures from 80's movies that used to be terrifying, and that we pretend aren't terrifying once we're adults...unless we think about them too much at night. Here's my take on the creepiest creatures from 80s era kid's movies.
He used to seem like a movie making genius...until he began to make movies on par with what a kid might film. When did he change? What can we speculate happened to him? Is there hope left for Shyamalan?
To close Superhero September, here's my take on superhero origins--that foundation on which great comic book characters are built, and usually the reason a character becomes a hero instead of just some jerk running amok with powers.
Could cell phones really change the world of the sitcom, Seinfeld? Do people who wish to throw in the technology of today even seem to understand the whole point of the show? All this, and more...possibly, in the latest M.Y.O.P.I.A.
There was once a simple time when 16-bits sounded so advanced and we all had to make a life altering choice between a Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis. Let me explain the circumstances of this good old-fashioned 90's rivalry.