PODCAST – Esther O’Reilly and Hannah Long’s Favorite Films of 2020

The current slate of episodes of The AntiSocial Network is ramping up! We’ve built up an amazing slate of interesting guests for the podcast who will be appearing weekly for the next two months including John J. Miller, Hotep Jesus and more! This week, the show was joined by two return guests! Esther O’Reilly andContinue reading “PODCAST – Esther O’Reilly and Hannah Long’s Favorite Films of 2020”

Fahrenheit 451 on Film: The Unspoken Irony of Leftist Book Burning

Adaptation is a difficult process. You have to handle fidelity to the text you’re adapting in equal measure with the necessity to create an independent and self reliant piece of storytelling absent fans of the source material. I won’t pretend it’s easy. That said, when a film like Fahrenheit 451 (2018) comes along it feelsContinue reading “Fahrenheit 451 on Film: The Unspoken Irony of Leftist Book Burning”

A Brief Recap of WandaVision – Episode 4

It took me a solid minute to catch onto what was happening in the prologue to this week’s episode. Once it clicked, I was actually pleasantly surprised. This introduction shows us the moments after Bruce Banner snapped half of life back into existence. It’s actually mildly grotesque and unsettling… Unlike in Spiderman Far From Home,Continue reading “A Brief Recap of WandaVision – Episode 4”

HUMMEL Review: The Marksman (2021)

I’m starting to question what the purpose of Liam Neeson movies is at this point. How many times can one actor make crappy ripoffs of one successful action movie and still remain a popular actor? Evidently the answer is ALOT. Take 2, Taken 3, Unknown, Non-Stop, Run All Night, The Commuter, Cold Pursuit, Honest ThiefContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: The Marksman (2021)”

Classic Review: Man With a Movie Camera (1929)

It’s a curious and depressing thing that the first film school in history was a product of the Soviet Union. The works of early Soviet filmmakers like Sergei Eisenstein would eventually go on to revolutionize the art form of cinema through it’s use of “Montage” editing and through studying the psychological effects of creating emotionContinue reading “Classic Review: Man With a Movie Camera (1929)”

Lionsgate’s “Borderlands” Film Casts Kevin Harte and Cate Blanchett as Leads

The bizarre Borderlands film, currently in development, is starting to take shape over at Lionsgate! According to a news report today, the first two actors in the film have been cast already. As was reported by Variety: “Kevin Hart is joining Cate Blanchett in the cast of “Borderlands,” a movie adaptation of the popular videoContinue reading “Lionsgate’s “Borderlands” Film Casts Kevin Harte and Cate Blanchett as Leads”

A Brief Recap of WandaVision – Episode 3

I get the feeling that WandaVision is going to run out of gas long before it hits episode 9. Call it a hunch but the clues and gimmicks are starting to point to their eventual grand reveal and I can’t help but wonder if three hours of classic sitcom homage is going to work atContinue reading “A Brief Recap of WandaVision – Episode 3”

GUG Review: Star Wars – The High Republic – Light of the Jedi (2021)

This month marked the launch of the fascinating multi-media experiment Star Wars: The High Republic. The initiative brought together a group of fantasy and YA authors together to tell an original story within the canon of the franchise and to expand the setting into new places Their first entry to hit store shelves was CharlesContinue reading “GUG Review: Star Wars – The High Republic – Light of the Jedi (2021)”

PODCAST – Adam Yenser Discusses Being a Conservative Comedian in Hollywood

This week’s podcast is live! Before the inauguration this week, I spoke with LA based comedian and comedy writer Adam Yenser! Adam is a writer for The Ellen Degeneres show and hosts his own conservative news show on YouTube called Canceled News! Adam joined the show to discuss his thoughts on what it’s like toContinue reading “PODCAST – Adam Yenser Discusses Being a Conservative Comedian in Hollywood”

HUMMEL Review: What Killed Michael Brown? (2020)

Disclaimer: Cultural Revue was provided a Screener Copy of the Film to Preview by the film’s Producers It’s curious that Shelby Steele’s new documentary would happen to drop just months after the George Floyd riots. This is a fact that’s addressed in the film’s epilogue where Steele condemns the death of Floyd and calls outContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: What Killed Michael Brown? (2020)”