Summer of ’69 A review of Woodstock or Bust (2019)

As you probably know by now, music is very important to me and has been a major influence in my life.  Thanks to my parents, many of my favorite songs come from the 60's.  From the Beatles to CCR, from Led Zepplin to Janis Joplin, there are few decades as defined by their contribution to … Continue reading Summer of ’69 A review of Woodstock or Bust (2019)

Step Aside John McClane: A Review of Vixen (2019)

Move aside John McClain and watch out Black Widow, China has unleashed another strong female hero and this time she is going up against a dangerous terrorist plot. The Story The worlds tallest building it taken over by terrorists and it is up to Chinese Police Specialist Sunny Liu (Li Ran) to protect the innocent … Continue reading Step Aside John McClane: A Review of Vixen (2019)

Scifi TV Review: The Twilight Zone (2019) Season One Episode Two: Nightmare at 30,000 Feet.

The Twilight Zone has been a mainstay for me for most of my life.  Along with Star Trek, The original Twilight Zone series was a one that I would watch regularly with my dad. Every night in syndication we would watch another of the Rod Serling classic tales and I would find myself swept into another dimension, a detention not only of sight and sound but of mind. This time however, writer Director Jordan Peele is at the helm and, after two successful films, he takes on the classic started sixty years ago.