Hello friends, it is I, “Real” News Nate, interrupting my usual same ol’ same ol’ banter with breaking news! So… I got a question… Do you guys like action? Adventure? Super heroes? Of course you do! You most likely would not read my content if you weren’t just a little nerdy. I assure you, you will wanna stick around for this inside news about an up coming show that will be sure to please all of us comic lovers. The show I’m speaking of is called “The Steam Punk Adventures of Salem Tusk”, created by one of the most talented comic artists I have had the pleasure of adding into my army of Facebook friends, Mr. Tom Rasch. So lets sit back, kick off the shoes, and dive into my sneak peek of this awesome project, currently in development as we speak… Continue reading “If You Don’t Know Who “Salem Tusk” Is, It’s Time To Be Schooled”
Hello everyone. Blue Ridge Report’s resident film critic here. The first 3 months of 2018 have been very good as far as movies go. There’s only been one so far I was a bit disappointed with, but with that being said let’s get on this list. Here are my top 10 movies for the first quarter of 2018 so far. Continue reading “The 10 Best Movies Of the First Quarter of 2018”
Welcome to another edition of Throwback Thursday. I know I said last week that this week’s movie would be baseball related, but I couldn’t find one I wanted to talk about, or haven’t talked about before. The Academy Awards were Sunday and Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis’s newest film Phantom Thread was nominated for multiple awards. This made me want to go and watch There Will Be Blood, which was the last collaboration between the two. Continue reading “Throwback Film Review Thursday: There Will Be Blood (2007)”
Welcome to another edition of Throwback Thursday. It was revealed on last weeks episode of The Universally Irrelevant Podcast that I had only seen Silver Linings Playbook once. With it being one of my Dad’s, my co-hosts Zach’s, as well as our editor Jonathan and a former guest on UIP, Ethan’s favorites and Jennifer Lawrence’s new movie Red Sparrow hitting theaters tomorrow I figured now was a great time to do this. Continue reading “Throwback Film Review Thursday: Silver Linings Playbook (2012)”
Welcome to the second edition of Throwback Film Review Thursday. Today’s movie is a special one for me because it’s one of my all-time favorite movies. In honor of Natalie Portman’s new film, Annihilation, coming out in theaters tomorrow, I felt it was appropriate to go all the way back to 1994 and talk about her first movie, and arguably her best. Continue reading “Throwback Film Review Thursday #2: Léon: The Professional”
Welcome to the first Throwback Thursday. This will be a series of reviews I do weekly. In that, each film I review will be at least 5 years old to qualify. With Black Panther coming out in theaters this week, it was suggested to me that I should do Ryan Coogler’s first film Fruitvale Station. This will be a great opportunity for me to go back and re-watch movies I haven’t seen in a while or watch movies for the first time. This is a first time watch for me. Continue reading “Throwback Film Review Thursday #1: Fruitvale Station (2013)”
Audiences were blown away by Mary J. Blige in Mudbound, a Netflix original movie that came out in late 2017. The veteran musician gained two Academy Award nominations for her and solidified her place among the acting ranks. Continue reading “Mary J. Blige Returns to Netflix”
Donald Glover. You may know him from the comedy series Community, possibly the FX show Atlanta or maybe you know him as his stage name, Childish Gambino. Either way, it’s no shock to anyone when it’s said that Glover is talented and now he’s extending those talents to FXX with the creation of a new animated Deadpool series later this year.
Since the release of the first film in the summer of 1977, Star Wars has been a staple for the generations that followed. Throughout a 6 year period, there were three Star Wars films released. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977), Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983). The original trilogy has made nearly $230 million. That is also not accounting for toy and Blu-ray/DVD sales.