Author: Adi Tantimedh



“The Day Shall Come” is Chris Morris’ Return to Ruthless Satire [Review]

“The Day Shall Come” is Chris Morris’ Return to Ruthless Satire [Review]

Chris Morris, the Stanley Kubrick of Ruthless Satire, is back with a new movie. Hurrah! The Day Shall Come is another bitter satire about the hypocrisy of law enforcement agencies and the War on Terror.   Moses Al Shabbaz (Marchánt Davis) is an impoverished preacher of a small Hebrew Israelite commune in Miami who doesn’t […]



Viz Media Releases December Manga Solicitations

It’s that time again where Viz Media lists the manga they’re releasing in December. Something for everyone again! Shonen Jump My Hero Academia, Vol. 22 By Kohei Horikoshi In the third match of the joint battle training, the students of Class 1-A have their hands full dealing with the unexpected creativity of Class B’s Quirk […]

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“Fleabag” Creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge Signs Overall Amazon Studios Deal

Fresh off her multiple wins at the Emmy Awards, Phoebe Waller-Bridge has signed an overall production deal with Amazon Studios. This is no surprise considering Fleabag has been a huge hit and cultural touchstone. It and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel have won Amazon Studios multiple Emmys and helped define the identity of the streaming service. […]

“Fleabag” Series 2 has the Same Story as a Movie by Tarantino’s Favourite Director

“Fleabag”: Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Path to World Conquest Now Includes 4 Emmy Wins

Phoebe Waller-Bridge won Best Comedy Writing and Best Actress in a Comedy for Fleabag tonight at the Emmy Awards. The series also won for Best Comedy Series and director Harry Bradbeer won Best Directing for a Comedy Series. That’s four-for-four with Fleabag – “The Little British Feminist Comedy That Could.” Not bad for what started […]

“Ad Astra” is the Ultimate Sad Astronaut Movie [Review]

“Ad Astra” is the Ultimate Sad Astronaut Movie [Review]

Do we get one big Astronaut movie from Hollywood every year now? It’s starting to feel that way. Ad Astra is the latest major studio movie about the perils of going into outer space. It’s a big serious movie that’s as much a character study as it is a space thriller about saving the world. […]



“Permanent Record”: US Government Sues Edward Snowden Over his Memoir

“Permanent Record”: US Government Sues Edward Snowden Over his Memoir

Permanent Record, Edward Snowden’s memoir came out today. It has gone on sale in 20 countries, including the US, UK, Germany and Canada. And just as quickly, the US government has filed a lawsuit against Snowden and his publisher MacMillan Books. Snowden was a contractor for the National Security Agency who leaked highly-classified secrets of […]

“Guts”: Raina Telgemeier’s Latest Graphic Novel Tackles Childhood Fears [Review]

“Guts”: Raina Telgemeier’s Latest Graphic Novel Tackles Childhood Fears [Review]

Raina Telgemeier is the Children’s Laureate of Graphic Novels. Her books are the bestselling graphic novels in America because they matter to children. Guts is her latest and continues her streak of stories that explore childhood fears and anxieties. Guts is about stomach trouble and fear of illness. It starts with young Raina and her […]