How The Last Jedi Made Me Rethink My Star Wars Fandom

The franchise that started as a little film in 1977 could have easily drifted into the backlog of our culture, but in the internet age Star Wars has become so pervasive it soaks in to every crevice of our lives. This is due in large part to Lucas Film licensing every inch of Star Wars for just about anything, and it’s ramped up by Disney shoving a new movie in our faces every year for the next 1000 generations.  … Read More How The Last Jedi Made Me Rethink My Star Wars Fandom

Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #22 – Octopussy

Octopussy (1983) Directed by: John Glen Written by: George MacDonald Fraser, Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson The 3 most significant events in the history of the James Bond franchise are: Sean Connery takes on the role of 007 in Dr. NO, George Lazenby abandons it after On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, which opened the… Read More Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #22 – Octopussy

Episode 23: Molly’s Game and That F’n Awards Show

Molly’s Game and That F’n Awards Show *** Spoiler Warning *** January 10, 2018 On this episode of the Cinema Vertigo Podcast we take a look at Aaron Sorkin’s latest Molly’s Game, which marks his directorial debut, and then we go on a rant about the idiocy of awards shows. Music by AJ Bartoletti Find us: https://cinemavertigogo.com/ https://www.facebook.com/cinemavertigogo/… Read More Episode 23: Molly’s Game and That F’n Awards Show

Chance is the Lifeblood of Cinema

Can anyone love anything as much as Timothy Treadwell loved being amongst the grizzlies we see him with during his annual excursion into the Alaskan wilderness, trips he chronicled for educational purposes, posterity, and perhaps a stab at fame? Footage that shows him frequently venturing to within arms-length of these majestic creatures, acknowledging the dangers… Read More Chance is the Lifeblood of Cinema