We live in a world of an overflow of content, whether it’s television, movies, or books. Sometimes it’s a bit much, with some great work being lost in the shuffle. Other times there are massive undertakings that seem almost too ambitious. This is how I initially felt when I heard Amazon was going to give us a live action series that followed the late Robert … Continue reading The Wheel of Time: On The Right Path
With the conclusion of the the 2021 NYC Marathon on November 7th, Adidas celebrated with an after party with After:Miles . The event had wellness stations, music from Yoo Q and Sailor Goon, food & drink, medal engraving, and more. Talk about a good time! Continue reading Adidas After:Miles After Party
As someone who grew up with Child’s Play, hearing that there was a Chucky show in the works blew my mind. Yes, I want more of that psycho doll, and yes I want it in television/streaming format. The story of that little maniac never gets old and when Don Mancini said he was going back to the story’s roots and bringing back some favorites, I … Continue reading Chucky is Back!
Conventions are always one of our favorite activities. It gives us a chance to stretch our legs (sometimes too much), check out upcoming shows/movies, and interact with creators in their own element. It’s a four day marathon that includes screenings, contests, previews, activations, and so much more. New York Comic Con, a staple that is generally one of the biggest in the country, came back … Continue reading NYCC Back in Action
Who would have that the sleazy husband from Revolutionary Road could be one of the biggest stars of today? David Harbour has become a household name after his starring roles in Stranger Things, Hellboy (Well, I mean), Black Mass, and Black Widow (stole the show). Harbour doesn’t come off as a leading man with his messy hair and dad bod, but maybe the formula for … Continue reading Is Anyone Cooler Than David Harbour?
Honestly, our favorite show of the year has been What We Do in the Shadows, especially it being set in Staten Island (no favoritism here). The humor and stellar cast has separated it from the equally hilarious movie of the same name, while also still maintaining the same world (ish). Matthew Barry and Kayvan Novak play these exaggerated yet layered characters while Natasia Demetriou steals … Continue reading What We Do in the Shadows Shines Through
It’s rare a sequel brings the same feel of nostalgia as an original does, especially when the previous sequel was so critically panned it became a barometer for how to stop touching classics. The original Ghostbusters was an instant classic, a fun ride in the ethereal world with a couple of fantastic actors (Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis, and Rick Moranis). The … Continue reading Ghostbusters: Afterlife – The Surprise of NYCC
One of the things that has been missing from this post COVID world has been the ability to appreciate true creativity. Up until only a few months ago being able to enjoy the arts has been limited to scrolling through pictures on Instagram, or hoping to get a time slot at a museum or activation. It has been a process, and mostly a frustrating one. … Continue reading A Visual Art Show That Works
It’s been almost 3 years since we first caught up with one of our favorite up and coming Aussie entertainers Dan Stagliano. And since we believe life is always better with a sprinkle of Aussie in our lives we decided to hunt down the funnyman actor and host to see what mischief he’s been up to since we last sat down for a chat! Dan, … Continue reading Catching Up With Dan Stagliano
When you think of horror movies zombies or gore might come to mind, but for me it was walking through an empty Times Square in June 2020. Empty as in nobody but myself. Stores were shuttered. The streets became eerie after 6PM. It was a quiet reserved for a small town somewhere very far away. Not only did it not seem safe, but New York … Continue reading Reigniting NYC: Tribeca + Bulleit