Once in a while, the studio machine gets it right, and what was supposed to be a typical genre picture hits all the right notes and becomes a timeless classic that transcends genre. The audience, or at least a segment of the audience, responds on a visceral level to the film, and it becomes a landmark in their lives. I believe Black Panther is one such film.
Travis shows that he’s a procrastinator by just getting around to reviewing The Twelve Crimes of Christmas, a Christmas themed mystery story collection.
Travis takes another look at an episode of Saturday Night Live, with the November sweeps episode hosted by Chance the Rapper. It was pretty good.
Travis takes a look at a paperback collection of thriller stories presented by Alfred Hitchcock in the early ’70s, and finds it to be pretty good.
Travis takes a look at The Imago Sequence and Other Stories by Laird Barron, who writes weird fiction in the vein of Lovecraft.
Ghostbusters 2016 is a movie that happened. Is it any good?
Mighty Captain Marvel is part of Marvel’s current line-up, and runs