Review: Nail in the Coffin

Movie Review: Nail in the Coffin by Julie Perez

TV Show Review – Upload

TV Show Review – Upload by Bryan Scheidler Upload is the brand new show from Greg Daniels, producer of The Office and Parks and Rec, to hit Amazon Prime. The show follows the journey of Nathan Brown, played by Robbie Amell, from his recently ended life into his new digital afterlife. He is helped through…

Movie Review: The Surrogate

Movie Review: The Surrogate by Julie Perez When Jess Harris (Jasmine Batchelor) decides to be the surrogate for her best friend Josh (Chris Perfetti) and his husband Aaron (Sullivan Jones), it’s a selfless act that is meant to enrich all of their lives. Amidst the happiness and the celebration though, a prenatal test shows that…

Review: Saint Frances

Review: Saint Frances by Julie Perez Kelly O’Sullivan has crafted a beautiful and inspiring story of resilience with her film Saint Frances and though often too real to face, this film serves as a wonderful reminder to survive amidst the chaos. Saint Frances follows thirty-four-year-old Bridget (Kelly O’Sullivan) just as her life is slowly starting…

Review: Go Back to China

Review: Go Back to China by Julie Perez It’s a tale as old as time; a spoiled-rich girl finds the meaning to hard work and becomes a better person. We’ve all seen it before and yet, Director/Writer Emily Ting has found a fresh new take on a familiar story. Go Back to China follows Sasha…

Game Review: Journey of Life

Game Review: Journey of Life by Bryan Scheidler Alone on a beach, it seems most survival games start you off this way and Journey of Life is no different. Journey of Life is a game that is currently in Early Access. If you are a fan of survival games then this one will feel very…

Movie Review: The Invisible Man

Movie Review: The Invisible Man by Julie Perez Maybe the best thing that The Invisible Man does is make the audience decide whether or not they’re going to believe the abuse that a woman has endured, even though they haven’t seen it. The thing about psychological thrillers is that you can’t help but wait for…

Movie Review: Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey

Movie Review: Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey by Julie Perez How absolutely refreshing to watch a female-led comic book movie full of violence, epic fight sequences and more glitter than you could ever imagine. Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), now renamed Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey got a lot…