This week the boys sit down and talk about the 90’s darling, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1990. This […]
Welcome to the first ever ‘Paying Respects’, a series in which we revisit some form of media, and see how that holds up in today’s crazy world.
Back in early 2017 the state hip-hop had felt kinda stale for me. Sure, you had your mainstays Kendrick Lamar and J Cole pumping out some quality tunes, but truthfully, I found it hard to enjoy anything new from the scene. I understand rap and hip-hop gotta do new things to stay fresh – and that’s fine. I get it. But nothing was grabbing me. I had a run of disappointment followed by disappointment. I had been hurt before, and I didn’t know if I could love again…
Let’s be real here, we live in a world that is over-saturated by the superhero genre. Wherever you look there’s new Marvel movies destroying box offices, DC reboots, new video game adaptions, and merch galore. Being a millennial that grew up with all of this stuff I have been filled with joy! But again, as a millennial, I am now apathetic towards the genre (and almost anything). At least that was the case until Amazon dropped their obscure comic adaption of ‘The Boys’ (full disclosure, never read the comics).
Logan is the X-men film fans have been waiting for since the year 2000. Sure, the first film […]