The Cloverfield Paradox (a Netflix Review)

An alright movie, but a bad world builder.

The Open House (a Netflix Review)

A heaping pile of unexplored subplots.

Super Bowl Movie Trailers Recap

Happy Black History Month everyone! Or, as it is more recently known, White Guilt Month. Regardless of what you perceive it to be, this month had some solid movie trailers and marketing tactics seen during the 2018 Super Bowl. We watched the Philadelphia Eagles take on the New England Patriots in a game that, even not being … Continue reading Super Bowl Movie Trailers Recap

Star Wars: Battlefront II Controversy (and Battlefront III?)

Whether one plays casually or truly claims the title of ‘gamer,’ microtransactions are a hot topic of conversation among gaming communities as a whole. So much so that even before the release of EA’s Star Wars: Battlefront II in November of 2017, tension was building around the prospect of them including microtransactions. Whether or not … Continue reading Star Wars: Battlefront II Controversy (and Battlefront III?)

In Anticipation of “Solo: A Story Wars Story”

Overview: An ‘American space western’ film with Han Solo and Chewbacca as the two main characters? Take my money! Personally, the thought of this Solo film has me imagining a fantastic blend of Joss Whedon’s Firefly and all the things I have come to know and love about the beloved space scoundrel from Star Wars. … Continue reading In Anticipation of “Solo: A Story Wars Story”

Government Healthcare Policies VS. Healthy Living

Much like my "Drugs Policies VS. Personal Responsibility piece, here I take a look at the relationship between universal healthcare and living healthily.

Arrogance in Socialism: It’s more man, less God

In our critique of socialism and moving more towards it, we are placing more efforts in our reliance upon the government, and less on upholding our people's heritage and reliance upon God.