I was never great at sticking with any of the numerous instruments I picked up throughout my life, and boy do I feel cheated. Had I known they could be as magical as Kubo’s samisen I may have kept with one!Read more "Film Review: Kubo and the Two Strings"
Mad Max: Fury Road is an insane and brilliant vision from George Miller, full of endless imagination as it keeps raising the bar on the impossible.Read more "Film Review: Mad Max: Fury Road"
A Million Ways to Die in the West has some moments that work, but Seth MacFarlane wastes too much time on stuff that doesn’t.Read more "Film Review: A Million Ways to Die in the West"
Prometheus came out on Blu-ray yesterday, go pick it up, and I assume those of you that missed it in theaters might want to check out our previous write up on the mysterious of the film. So here is a nice re-post! Lauren and I both enjoyed (her review & my review) Prometheus this weekend and […]Read more "Dissecting Prometheus: Unanswered Questions"
Prometheus is a gorgeous, thrilling, and creative sci-fi/fantasy that is only a mis-step or two away from excellence.Read more "Film Review: Prometheus"
After seeing Prometheus it is easy to find meaning in why they chose this name for the film (and ship). For those of you who don’t know about this titan in Greek mythology, Prometheus stole fire from the gods to give to humans, something that he was torturously punished for. And here, we have a […]Read more "Film Review: Prometheus"
Zac: Snow White and the Huntsman (#SWATH, love that hashtag) is the second take on the classic Grimm fairy tale to be released this year and it is a visual feast that could have used a bit more plot and character development.Read more "HST… Film Review: Snow White and the Huntsman"
Hello internet perusers! We are back with round 2 of the four part year break down of things to come. Between April and June, the writers on HST have plenty that we are looking forward to in movies, music, and games,, and we want to share them with you. No, none of these are April […]Read more "Looking Ahead to 2012: Quarter 2 (April – June)"