Disney+ recently launched. With it, almost all of the Marvel movies are available in one place! My 9-year-old son, a huge Thor fan, and I decided we wanted to watch all the Marvel movies in chronological order.
While watching all the movies, I started to see some common themes and lessons that could be learned from watching all the Marvel movies.
The Walking Dead, since first seeing it on television way back on Halloween 2010, has captivated me with every moment, every plot twist and every story arc. There is very little about the show and the universe that is still unknown to me. This articles is my guide to the The Walking Dead Fandom.
Recently Horror has been the cool kid in town again and with current TV shows like Supernatural, The Walking Dead and American Horror Story to name a few. It seems that this is good news for horror fans everywhere and the recent uptrend in horror doesn’t seem to be dying out anytime soon.
As cheesy as holiday movies are, they are comforting and full of joy and love. And, to not sound cheesy, the movies are full of Christmas spirit – the one thing so many people lose sight of. These movies break down consumerism and expose human nature and what really matters. It’s not the number of presents under the tree, it’s the people you spend time with during the holidays. It’s not about the cookies you bake but about the memories you make while you make those delicious cookies.
Rambo series thrills all of us. At least, it excites most of the ’80s and 90’s era kids. When we talk of Rambo, the first thing that comes to our minds is the action hero, Sylvester Stallone.
Netflix just confirmed Stranger Things will have a fourth season, which is fantastic news for all the Strangers out there. Season 3 left so many unanswered questions on the table.
When the first Terminator movie came out, it depicted a bleak future where robots had taken over the world. The year 2029 seemed to be a distant future back in 1984 when the movie was released.