It’s been four years since the last Mission: Impossible film, but the series is as strong as ever in Rogue Nation, continuing the trend started with M:I III.Read more "Dissecting Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation"
Day two of HST’s Best Of lists brings us to Movies. Be sure to come back tomorrow for Music!Read more "HST… Best Movies of 2013"
Edgar Wright’s latest, The World’s End, is fighting to not be his weakest film overall, yet it’s still great and one of the better films of the summer.Read more "Film Review: The World’s End"
Looks like it’s time again for the writers over at HST to look ahead to what we expect/hope to be the best of the best books, movies, music, TV shows and video games of the coming months.Read more "Looking Ahead To 2013: Quarter 3 (July – September)"
J.J. Abrams is back for another trek into Star Trek and fans of his first entry will have little to complain about with Into Darkness.Read more "Film Review: Star Trek Into Darkness"
It was a great year for films, here are some highlights from the writers of HST. [Sorry to blow you away with my expressive introduction, it’s just my talent shining through]Read more "HST’s Best of 2011: Movies"
The Adventures of Tintin is a wonderful action-adventure that allows director Steven Spielberg to unleash every action beat/camera move he has never been able to do with the freedom of motion capture.Read more "Film Review: The Adventures of Tintin"
Brad Bird makes his live action debut with Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol and the results are 2/3 of a great action movie that makes up for its minor third act missteps in the finale.Read more "Film Review: Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol"
I was trying to come up with a “picture this” experience to start this review to give you an idea of just how big the 4th installment of the Mission: Impossible series is, but everything is just dwarfed in comparison. It is that intense.Read more "Film Review: Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol"