REVIEW: ‘On/Off’ A DUST Exclusive Short Film

When it comes to the world of filmmaking one place to look at for constant creativity and ingenuity is at the often overlooked medium of short films. The length of these films allows for storytellers to explore new territories and tell stories that have the potential to push the limits of the realm of filmmaking. … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘On/Off’ A DUST Exclusive Short Film

Review: ‘Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The DC Animated films have been a constant thing to look forward to in Geek media. These films have done a great job at expanding the DC lore with different iterations of comics, different adaptations, and unique entries that haven’t been done before. In a crossover that wasn’t as expected DC animation took the time … Continue reading Review: ‘Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

REVIEW: ‘Shazam!’

The DC Extended Universe has had some hurdles along the way. There has been a constant shift in casting, movie lineups, and a plethora of other controversies, which has been difficult  to ignore. While all of this may be true they aren’t without their smash hit successes and most recently Aquaman did quite nicely for … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Shazam!’

REVIEW: ‘Dumbo’ (2019)

Disney has been working hard to bring some of their most beloved animated properties back to life on the big screen in a modern live-action approach. While I have been pretty positive concerning these remakes, this decision has caused some criticism. Dumbo is Disney’s  latest attempt to adapt a beloved classic into a modern interpretation. … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Dumbo’ (2019)

How Superhero Morality Can & Should Be Emulated

On March 15th, 2019 two Mosques in the small town of Christchurch, New Zealand were hit with what could only be described as a violent act of terror as a White Supremacist shot and killed 49 Follopeople. These were people with families who came to their place of worship like so many other people do … Continue reading How Superhero Morality Can & Should Be Emulated

Why Anime & Manga Are Difficult To Adapt To American Films

Japan has become one of the most influential nations. With their continued export of technology that has changed the world it is no surprise that they would be largely responsible for creating some of the most popular Art. The Gaming industry has thrived because of Japan’s innovations, but their more traditional mediums have also touched … Continue reading Why Anime & Manga Are Difficult To Adapt To American Films