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  • Kamaria Ahmad
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Short Film Review: Juice

    Short Film Review: Juice

    ‘Juice’ is a short film by LargeShortFilms available on YouTube. Set in India in a small city flat of our main character Manju Singh (Shefali Shah) and her husband, who is having a family gathering. The film attempts to illustrate patriarchy manifesting through gender roles and gender inequality in a South Asian household.
  • Rory Hoffman
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Metal under the shirt: Movie's least inspired climax

    Metal under the shirt: Movie's least inspired climax

    Warning: this article contains spoilers for Netflix's Enola Holmes and A Fistful of Dollars.
  • Tia Reardanz
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Duct Tape Patterns

    Duct Tape Patterns

    Creating duct tape patterns of your body is a core skill for any cosplayer. It helps to create patterns that are exactly the right fit for your body, and with a little bit of dexterity (or help!), it is one of the easiest ways to build armor or outfit pieces. So without any further delay, let’s get into it!
  • N.K.
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Fate/ Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front: Bablyonia

    Fate/ Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front: Bablyonia

    This is the first Fate Grand Order anime that I’ve seen. Every episode has made me want to watch more. There is so much action packed into every episode. Soon as I get a chance to, I will be watching all of the other ones. This is definitely one of those anime that just keeps getting better and better. Fou is so adorable.
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published about 10 hours ago
    The Craft - A Movie Review

    The Craft - A Movie Review

    Don’t ever cross the witches or they will really make you regret it.
  • Cyn's Workshop
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Review of ‘Renegade’
Staff Picks
  • V. Plut
    Published 3 days ago
    Anonymity in Art and Literature

    Anonymity in Art and Literature

    Personality and identity in a piece of art shapes the resulting work — but so does anonymity.
  • Svetlana Sterlin
    Published 6 days ago
    7 of the Best Quotes from Beetlejuice

    7 of the Best Quotes from Beetlejuice

    Tim Burton's comedy/fantasy Beetlejuice has become a cult classic since its 1988 release. After a happily married couple, Adam (Alec Baldwin) and Barbara (Geena Davis) die, a new family moves into their home. They want to reclaim their home for themselves, but every method they try - haunting, scaring, dressing up as ghosts - doesn't work.
  • Gaby
    Published 11 days ago
    11 Times Pedro Pascal Was The Most Charming

    11 Times Pedro Pascal Was The Most Charming

    Despite having been acting since the nineties, Pedro Pascal's rise to fame and leading man status didn't come until after 2014, following his stellar performance as Oberyn Martell in HBO's Game of Thrones. And while yes, we are screaming in horror as to why and how it took this long for Hollywood to take notice of the Chilean acting powerhouse because honestly, what the frickety heck!? *coughs* I digress...I think we can all agree, it was well worth the wait.
  • Yana Aleks
    Published 14 days ago
    "Emily in Paris" and the World We Live In

    "Emily in Paris" and the World We Live In

    Netflix’s new show “Emily in Paris” about a plucky young American who goes to work for a marketing company in the French capital, not knowing a word of the language but armed with her awesome Instagram skills and “fresh perspective”, has certainly stirred up some controversy. In the wake of cancellations of favourite shows such as “GLOW”, many viewers seem to feel they’ve been robbed of something good and given thrash in return. Critics are not exactly charmed, either, and I don’t even want to imagine what the French think about it. (Actually, according to the internet, they seem to be mostly laughing at it in bemusement which, I suppose, is better than the alternative.)
  • Anna Elizabeth Gant
    Published 16 days ago
    Under the Hatter's Hat

    Under the Hatter's Hat

    Alice is always the central focus of any Alice in Wonderland adaptation. That, of course, is only natural. They are Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, after all.
  • Aashna Grewal
    Published about a month ago
    Processing My Feelings through Basquiat.

    Processing My Feelings through Basquiat.

    Jean Michel Basquiat was a graffiti artist who gained notoriety in the 1980s for his gritty neo-expressionist style. Neo-expressionism is a style of art that communicates vivid and jarring images which often leaves viewers feeling a sense of tension, alienation and ambiguity. Jean Michel Basquiat's work focused on the internal struggle that we can all relate to in this pandemic.
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Celebrities
  • Bryana Fern
    Published about 14 hours ago
    Happy Birthday, Viggo Mortensen!

    Happy Birthday, Viggo Mortensen!

    It’s hard to believe that Viggo Mortensen is 62 years old now, celebrating his birthday on October 20. Best known in his role of Aragorn in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, Viggo is loved by fans for his contribution to Tolkien’s Strider-turned-King-Elessar: a role he almost turned down if not for his son, Henry, who convinced him of the character’s importance. In the years after Aragorn, though, Viggo has not been idle, and there is far more to him than the average viewer may know.
  • Madeline Keys
    Published 2 days ago
    Stop Body Shaming

    Stop Body Shaming

    Billie Eilish regularly chooses to wear over-sized baggy clothing to protect herself from being sexualized. A few days ago, paparazzi snapped candid photos of the 18 year old in oatmeal colored shorts and a camisole taking a walk in LA. Sounds like a regular girl taking a walk in a regular outfit, right? Well the internet blew up with the sharing of the rare photo and bodyshamers quickly took to social media to comment on her body and her size...again.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 4 days ago
    Why I Adore: Johnny Depp

    Why I Adore: Johnny Depp

    In this chapter of ‘the filmmaker’s guide’ we’re going to look at people that I absolutely adore and why I adore them. They can be anyone who is famous for being in film such as: actors and actresses, directors and producers, composers etc. We’re going to be looking at my childhood heroes, people I have discovered recently and people that I have yet to look entirely into. We’ll take a bit of a look at how I discovered them, what I think of them and why I think this way about them. Hopefully, we can gain a common ground, you can discover some new people or, via the email address in my bio, you can email me with any new people I don’t know about that you think I would like based on what you’ve seen. These are supposed to be positive articles and made to brighten your day and mine. So, let’s take a wild ride into my childhood, my teen years and what I absolutely adore about the film industry because it is alive and kicking (and if it isn’t, hell I might be out of a job…). Let’s go!
Comics
  • Micheal Vaughn
    Published a day ago
    Learn How to Read Manga online for entertainment

    Learn How to Read Manga online for entertainment

    If you are interested in reading Japanese comics, then one of the best ways to learn how to read Japanese comics is to actually watch the original Japanese through Mangastream. Some may think that watching a video of the original Japanese comic is not going to help them in the long run. However, with the technology today, it is possible to view these videos in a streaming format.
  • Aaron Collingwoog
    Published 2 days ago
    Did the Joker Die in Suicide Squad 2?

    Did the Joker Die in Suicide Squad 2?

    The new take on Joker by David Ayer has made its marks on the people (positively or negatively, that doesn’t matter). The superhero movie that portrayed a group of supervillains from the DC World as heroes is all-set to release the sequel, and surprise, surprise — David Ayer won’t be a part of the team! He passed-on the sequel and shifted towards Gotham City Sirens, which also includes Harley Quinn, but we are not going to talk about it. The news is that there will be no Jared Leto and no David Ayer!
  • Lizzie Martinez
    Published 3 days ago
    The Shrew

    The Shrew

    This book has been in the works since 2019. It will become a series in The Shrew Solo saga. You can now get a digital copy of The Shrew Comic Book Cover.
Cosplay
  • Tia Reardanz
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Duct Tape Patterns

    Duct Tape Patterns

    Creating duct tape patterns of your body is a core skill for any cosplayer. It helps to create patterns that are exactly the right fit for your body, and with a little bit of dexterity (or help!), it is one of the easiest ways to build armor or outfit pieces. So without any further delay, let’s get into it!
  • Jaqueline Madeira Cruz
    Published 6 days ago
    Wonder Woman 1984. A reckless golden eagle model.

    Wonder Woman 1984. A reckless golden eagle model.

    As a model, actress, Portuguese and Spanish teacher, dating coach, writer, painter and artist, Jaqueline Cruz was having a creative block, she needed an idea that would allow her to put all or mostly of her talents together on time for Halloween.
  • Angela Benson
    Published 8 days ago
    An Interview With Monica Zelak: Actress, Model, Cosplay Artist and Gamer

    An Interview With Monica Zelak: Actress, Model, Cosplay Artist and Gamer

    Those in the Toronto area may have already heard the name Monica Zelak. She’s the star of the award-winning horror short film “Getting Away”, a lead cast member in the Zombie Orpheus Entertainment comedy series “The Gamers: Natural One”, and her modeling work has been featured as the Toronto Sun’s Sunshine Girl on several occasions. Zelak, who also possesses the creative art of cosplaying, recently placed third in her group for the Maxim 2020 Cover Girl contest. On the side, she’s also an avid Xbox gamer that can be found playing Halo or its related games. With plans to livestream her gaming, modeling prints for sale incoming and a website on the way, fans of this artist are eagerly staying tuned.
Entertainment
  • Bea Jones
    Published about 12 hours ago
    Talking With: Bryan McClure Star of “In Other Word”

    Talking With: Bryan McClure Star of “In Other Word”

    This edition of Talking With focuses on actor Bryan McClure, who stars as the romantic lead True Andrews in the indie comedy feature film “In Other Words.”
  • Jesse Day
    Published a day ago
    Why Bojack Horseman’s “Hollyhock” would make a fantastic sequel series

    Why Bojack Horseman’s “Hollyhock” would make a fantastic sequel series

    Netflix’s Bojack Horseman ​ came to a perfectly satisfying conclusion earlier this year. Unfortunately, Bojack’s half-sister, Hollyhock, had countless unresolved story beats. From the letter she wrote Bojack, to her complicated family tree, Hollyhock has plenty of story beats already established. Not to mention, those that are hinted towards, yet never developed. Although no sequel series is currently confirmed to be in the works, Hollyhock Manheim-Mannheim-Guerrero-Robinson-Zilberschlag-Hsung-Fonzerelli-McQuack would be the perfect main character if one were to be made.
  • Tharen Koelsch
    Published 3 days ago
    The King of Game of Thrones

    The King of Game of Thrones

    May of 2019 was a different time. We could still go to school and work. Masks were something for Halloween, not each time you step out the door. And we did not yet know the end of Game of Thrones.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Dhanaraj Natesan
    Published about 14 hours ago
    benefits of watching films

    benefits of watching films

    In this article, we are going to look at what benefits we get from watching the film it is also called as film therapy. A lot of people say that watching a movie takes our time or crush our time but that is not the absolute truth there are many benefits to watching a movie and this is what we are going to look at in this article.
  • V. Plut
    Published 3 days ago
    Anonymity in Art and Literature

    Anonymity in Art and Literature

    Personality and identity in a piece of art shapes the resulting work — but so does anonymity.
  • Stephen Stevie Cole
    Published 4 days ago
    Playing the Cards

    Playing the Cards

    Glastonbury, UK, is a town as much known for the magical, mythological and mysterious as Salem, Massachusetts. There is a real Druid college there, and every year they crown one among them as their Chief Bard - one who can advance their cause with the gifts of story and song. There's a Bardic Trial every year - think a rap battle or a poetry slam, but with more flowing cloaks and crow feathers - with a theme announced by the outgoing holder of "The Chair" (In most places where these traditions still live, the Bard's "Chair" is a figure of speech; except in Glastonbury, of course, where there is an actual chair made of solid metal. Because of course there is).
How To
  • victor trotta
    Published 7 days ago
    How to write a good movie review?

    How to write a good movie review?

    Before writing a book review, you must first read the book, and before writing a movie review, you must first own the movie. We can't just watch movies, we must see emotions and be prepared to write excellent movie reviews.
  • Ke'Asia Hawkins
    Published 11 days ago
    24 Hour Readathon Tips

    24 Hour Readathon Tips

    As of posting this I've finished my first 24-hour readathon it was amazing I finished the stars and the blackness between them by Junauda Petrus, which is one of the books out of the twelve for my yearly goal. Reading is my favorite past time but I've never spent the whole day doing it, it was kinda hard seeing i live with my family and we had guests over so it wasn't as quiet as I like but the next day I got a lot done. This book was so fun to read the only down part is i owe my friend $5 because a bet we made on a character. Other than that I really enjoyed my first readathon i will do more every year i might do another to end my yearly book goal. But here are some tips i think are best when doing a 24-hour readathon
  • Allison Harper
    Published 14 days ago
    How to Get More YouTube Subscribers and Take Your Channel to the Next Level

    How to Get More YouTube Subscribers and Take Your Channel to the Next Level

    Growing the audience allows taking advantage of all the opportunities offered by the 2nd most visited website in the world. Whether you’re a beginner content maker or an experienced video marketer, you need to get YouTube subscribers to reach your goal on the platform.
List
  • Svetlana Sterlin
    Published about 16 hours ago
    5 Reasons Why The Chamber of Secrets is the Best Harry Potter Movie

    5 Reasons Why The Chamber of Secrets is the Best Harry Potter Movie

    After defeating Voldemort and Quirrel in the first movie, Harry must now continue to grow into his wizard self. In his second year at Hogwarts, Harry meets a house-elf, a self-obsessed author-turned-Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher, learns to speak to snakes, duels with Malfoy on the Quidditch pitch and in the classroom, and falls prey to Colin Creevey's incessant fanboying.
  • Infomance
    Published about 18 hours ago
    07 Sites That Will Pay You To Read Books

    07 Sites That Will Pay You To Read Books

    Do you like to read? Do you want to earn money? If so, you might be able to find some side hustle gigs that pay you to do what you love: read books.
  • Chloe Gilholy
    Published a day ago
    My Favourite Alola Pokemon

    My Favourite Alola Pokemon

    Alola brought the end of HMs outside of battle and a temporary goodbye to Pokémon gyms in exchange for trials and totem Pokémon. No new Megan’s were introduced but we still got to use them which was nice. Regional variants became a thing which gave some Kanto Pokémon a new lease of life. Some are awesome like the ones mentioned on this list whilst some are strange like Alola’s eggsecutor who is now a dragon apparently.
Movie
  • Rory Hoffman
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Metal under the shirt: Movie's least inspired climax

    Metal under the shirt: Movie's least inspired climax

    Warning: this article contains spoilers for Netflix's Enola Holmes and A Fistful of Dollars.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published about 12 hours ago
    Classic Movie Review: 'Borat' is Still Overrated

    Classic Movie Review: 'Borat' is Still Overrated

    There is and has long been, a culture of cool around Sasha Baron Cohen. People just want to be in on Sasha Baron Cohen's joke and explain to everyone how they are in on the joke while so many others aren't. Count me as someone who is not entirely in on the joke. Cohen’s pseudo-documentary - hidden camera prank show- Borat, about a reporter from a backwoods former Russian republic, who traveled to America to learn our culture is funny, often riotously so. But was Borat really a zeitgeist grabbing bit of innovative comedy or was it just Jackass caught in the culture of cool?
  • Golden Maple
    Published about 14 hours ago
    Postscript after watching the movie: Corpse Bride

    Postscript after watching the movie: Corpse Bride

    Corpse Bride is an incredible old legend. The animated masterpiece "Corpse Bride," which Tim Burton was said to have spent over ten years in was popular a few years ago. I didn't have the opportunity to watch it with my friend until a few days ago. The treatment of tone is a dim sorrow. The plot of the story is not very new. All mistakes are derived from a small ring. The corpse bride, a beautiful and passionate lady before her death, still kept her talent and soul, although her limbs would fall off when she danced, her eyes would roll out when she shed tears, and green worms came in and out of her head cavity. The favorite scene is at the end of the play, where the corpse bride turned into pieces of white butterflies and flew away.
Pop Culture
  • Tess Trueheart
    Published 4 days ago
    George Lucas: Genius

    George Lucas: Genius

    George Lucas was once considered an unparalleled film genius. At some point, he fell from grace and was demoted to being merely an ideas man. Although the historical truth lies somewhere in between. George Lucas’ talents were balanced by his flaws in other areas, both of which were growing so large that the flaws became undeniably obvious. Lucas was more than just an “ideas man” however. It is said that genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration, which best describes Lucas’ approach.
  • Tyler Callaway
    Published 4 days ago
    The Reason 'Black Panther' Should be Recast - 5 Actors That Would Make Chadwick Boseman Proud

    The Reason 'Black Panther' Should be Recast - 5 Actors That Would Make Chadwick Boseman Proud

    I wanna start this article by talking about how much I admired Chadwick Boseman. Even before his iconic role as Black Panther he was one of my favorite actors from his roles in 42, Draft Day, and Get On Up. He was an amazing actor and did a lot for the black acting community and the black community at large. His work has inspired many and from what I’ve heard he was an amazing individual off the screen as well.
  • Maggie Blaha
    Published 4 days ago
    IRL

    IRL

    Inspired by John Green’s podcast ‘The Anthropocene Reviewed’ where he rates different aspects of our human-centered geological age on a 5-star scale, I decided to do the same for quarantine. You can read all my quarantine reviews and sign up to get them in your inbox here.
Review
  • Kamaria Ahmad
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Short Film Review: Juice

    Short Film Review: Juice

    ‘Juice’ is a short film by LargeShortFilms available on YouTube. Set in India in a small city flat of our main character Manju Singh (Shefali Shah) and her husband, who is having a family gathering. The film attempts to illustrate patriarchy manifesting through gender roles and gender inequality in a South Asian household.
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published about 10 hours ago
    The Craft - A Movie Review

    The Craft - A Movie Review

    Don’t ever cross the witches or they will really make you regret it.
  • Trevor Wells
    Published a day ago
    Lifetime Review: 'The Wrong Cheerleader Coach'

    Lifetime Review: 'The Wrong Cheerleader Coach'

    Moving from Chicago to California for work, widowed father Jon Thompson (Corin Nemec) is hoping to make the transition as smooth as possible for his daughter Hanna (Madi Burton). Things seem to be looking up as Hanna joins tryouts for her new school's cheer team, led by the tough Janice Burke (Vivica A. Fox) and young newcomer Devan Walters (Johanna Liauw). Both being new to the school, Hanna and Devan hit it off as Devan provides a shoulder of support to Hanna during the tryout period.
Superheroes
  • Culture Slate
    Published about 18 hours ago
    'WandaVision' Seemingly Coming To Disney+ In December

    'WandaVision' Seemingly Coming To Disney+ In December

    The trailer for Marvel Studios' Disney+ series WandaVision dazzled fans around the world. It gave them a taste of what was to come, perhaps after some time of not really knowing what to expect. We knew that the upcoming Disney+ shows from Marvel would tie into the films and use some of the actors from the films, but the trailer revealed homages to older TV shows that people might recognize, blending a sense of fun with a sense of eeriness.
  • Kristy Anderson
    Published a day ago
    'WandaVision' Is Set To Be The MCU's Most Unusual Entry Yet. Check Out The Three Comics That Inspired It.

    'WandaVision' Is Set To Be The MCU's Most Unusual Entry Yet. Check Out The Three Comics That Inspired It.

    The long drought on new Marvel Cinematic Universe content is set to end soon, with WandaVision, the first of a string of TV series set in the MCU, to debut on Disney + in December 2020.
  • N.K.
    Published a day ago
    The Boys: Ruining your Childhood Wish That Superheros Were Real

    The Boys: Ruining your Childhood Wish That Superheros Were Real

    It seems like it was only yesterday that season two of The Boys finally came out. In the blink of an eye, eight more episodes have come and gone. Season two seemed like it was just one episode to me. I can't believe it is already over, but given what happened in season two, it makes sense that it is over… for now. The great news is season three has already been approved. I'm so excited!
Tv
  • N.K.
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Fate/ Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front: Bablyonia

    Fate/ Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front: Bablyonia

    This is the first Fate Grand Order anime that I’ve seen. Every episode has made me want to watch more. There is so much action packed into every episode. Soon as I get a chance to, I will be watching all of the other ones. This is definitely one of those anime that just keeps getting better and better. Fou is so adorable.
  • Lydia Yunger
    Published about 12 hours ago
    Why ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Should be on Everyone’s Watchlist

    Why ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Should be on Everyone’s Watchlist

    Avatar: The Last Airbender, debuted on Nickelodeon in 2005. It's intended audience was for ages between 6 and 11, but they gained attention from all age ranges. The narrative behind the show is that their world is divided up into four nations: the Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, the Air Nomads, and the Fire Nation. Each has its own element and the people of that nation are known as "benders" because they can control their element. Inside of these nations are also people that don't have these abilities, sometimes called "nonbenders". Each generation has one person that can manipulate all for of these elements, the "Avatar". This individual also has a strong connection to spirits and their past reincarnations. Once an Avatar dies, their powers are passed down to the next Avatar of the next nation. The Avatar is seen as the link between the mortal world and the spirit world, therefore has abilities some benders don't. They serve as the symbol of order between all of the nations and are meant to keep the world in peace with each other. In this series in particular we follow Avatar Aang, the last surviving air bender, and his journey around the world to learn all four elements. Not only does the show have a great story, but it also has influences from our culture and entirely new ideas only seen on Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  • N.K.
    Published about 17 hours ago
    Good Omens

    Good Omens

    The earth is about to fall into pearl, and neither demons nor angels are willing to stop it., unless you're the angel Aziraphale or the demon Crowley. After spending countless years off and on earth, both Aziraphale and Crowley have grown fond of life on earth. Being that one is an angel, and the other is a demon, that fondness is for two very different reasons. One enjoys life in general, and the other can't get enough human suffering.
Vintage
  • Annie Kapur
    Published about 18 hours ago
    The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)

    The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)

    In this article, we will be looking at 2019’s book “1001 Movies to See Before You Die” and going through each film in a random order that I have chosen. We will be looking at what constitutes this film to be on the list and whether I think this film deserves to be here at all. I want to make perfectly clear that I won’t be revealing details from this book such as analyses by film reporters who have written about the film in question, so if you want the book itself you’ll have to buy it. But I will be covering the book’s suggestions on which films should be your top priority. I wouldn’t doubt for a second that everyone reading this article has probably watched many of these movies anyway. But we are just here to have a bit of fun. We’re going to not just look at whether it should be on this list but we’re also going to look at why the film has such a legacy at all. Remember, this is the 2019 version of the book and so, films like “Joker” will not be featured in this book and any film that came out in 2020 (and if we get there, in 2021). So strap in and if you have your own suggestions then don’t hesitate to email me using the address in my bio. Let’s get on with it then.
  • Pradeep Poudel
    Published 4 days ago
    History’s Most Legendary Magicians

    History’s Most Legendary Magicians

    Magic is a performance art that goes back thousands of years. The cups and balls, one of the fundamental tricks of magic that is still being performed today, was also done back in Roman times. The earliest named magician is even older than that, going all the way back to the first dynasties of Egypt. He was a legendary figure named Dedi, or Djedi, who was mentioned in the mythical Westcar Papyrus and performed conjuring effects for Pharaoh Khufu of the 4th Dynasty.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 6 days ago
    A Filmmaker's Review: "Sudden Fear" (1952)

    A Filmmaker's Review: "Sudden Fear" (1952)

    “Sudden Fear” is a film that has its ups and downs, it isn’t perfect and yet it isn’t entirely bad. After the film, I sat and thought for a while about what I could write about the film without giving away too much information and now, I think I’ve found that I can do that. So, there will be no spoilers here and if you really want to see the film then please go ahead. This however, is going to be a mixed review with an on-edge quality for I am still slightly confused about how I am supposed to feel about this movie.
Zombies
  • Fee Onipede
    Published 24 days ago
    Why The Walking Dead will Live on Forever

    Why The Walking Dead will Live on Forever

    The Walking Dead Will Live on Forever!
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published about a month ago
    My Review of "#Saraitda aka #Alive"

    My Review of "#Saraitda aka #Alive"

    #Saraitda aka #Alive is a movie that came out of nowhere on Netflix. It's kind of perfect timing for such a movie to come out too. It's basically a zombie horror movie that's implements elements of modern realities. In a way it's kind of confusing as to categorize this movie. It's got elements of comedy, drama, romance and horror. There's something for everyone in this movie but not focusing on something specifically to say that it is catered toward a certain demographic.
  • Ferrari King
    Published about a month ago
    The Tow Truck Driver and the Zombies

    The Tow Truck Driver and the Zombies

    This is the Story of Mark Bainer and a brief account about what happened to the Tow truck drivers after the Zombie outbreak