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Author: Eric

Review: ‘Willow’ is a Gateway Drug to the Fantasy Genre

In 1988 George Lucas produced a Ron Howard directed film called “Willow” and a cult favorite was born. I can speak for myself that it is one of my most treasured of films. But why is that? Why did this film under perform when it was originally released but now has fans so dedicated? With a local theater the Naro screening it soon (June 1st) I thought it would be good to try and find out beforehand.

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Eric’s Guide Through the ‘X-Men’ Series

Isn’t it weird that so much has changed in the world and film business and yet FOX’s ‘X-Men’ is still going strong. Almost 10 years ago the MCU started. At that point this wave of superhero movies had been going on for about 8 years and many were claiming it was getting ready to end. “Blade” proved that a Marvel based superhero film could work. Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man” was where the genre kicked into high-gear. But it was “X-Men” building off of the success of “Blade” that truly got it started. We have a lot of movies to get through so lets get started. *SPOILER WARNING!*

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Review: The ‘Star Wars’ Radio Dramas

Sadly this year’s ‘Star Wars’ Day (May the 4th) snuck up on me, despite me having an idea for a while. So you’d think that’s it. Either wait until next year or just release it late for everyone to see how late you are. However, today is May 6th as in Revenge of the Sixth. I’m counting it as a “Star Wars” Day and I’m ok with claiming this was all planned. So anyway why review this? Well I find it to be a fascinating little piece of “Star Wars” media and I like sharing that kind of stuff.

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The Top 5 Weirdest Christian Media I saw Growing Up

I’ve probably mentioned this before, but aside from being a film buff I am also a Christian. My family while believers were also never HUGE into it. Still I was exposed some Christian media growing up that is like a weird repressed memory at this point. Since I enjoy introducing people to obscure stuff others rarely talk about here goes nothing. I’m not going over “Bibleman,” I was aware of the show as my younger cousin had some tapes and toys, but I was bit too old for that and haven’t seen anything of aside from the covers.

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Back to the Drawing Board: In Defense of “The Simpsons” ‘Principle and the Pauper’ Episode

There are few certainties in this world. One of the most prevalent is that ‘The Simpsons’ used to be practically perfect in every way. However, has since gone downhill. Now some of that is still open to interpretation. The public seems to agree that the golden era of the show were seasons 3 through 8. It’s not hard to see where they’re coming from in terms of the sheer amount of classic episodes that came out during that time. Personally I think the golden era extended a few seasons beyond that. In fact, season 9 contains my personal favorite episode “Lisa’s Sax.” For me the best time for “The Simpsons” were when Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein were running the show. It had the best balance of really funny jokes with genuine emotion. They quit after the 8th season as they didn’t want to overstay their welcome.

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