The Last of the Mohicans (1992) review

Rated: 4 / 5 Wokeness: 1 / 5 I wish I could make a review where I go satisfactorily in-depth with discussing the themes and such, and be intelligent about drawing parallels to today's society with what this film has to offer beyond just surface level entertainment (of which there is plenty). But I don't … Continue reading The Last of the Mohicans (1992) review

Entertainment Industry Nostalgia: January 1992

Europe breaks down trade barriers. The Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic is renamed the Russian Federation, becoming the successor state to the Soviet Union. AT&T releases video-telephone ($1,499). The US Government urges doctors to stop using silicone breast implants, outlining the health effects. Tom Seaver & Rollie Fingers elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame. George H. … Continue reading Entertainment Industry Nostalgia: January 1992

Shows and Board Games to be aware of for the early 1990s

I may have missed a detail or two when going through the whole Entertainment Industry Nostalgia series. I may make little corrections here and there when I can. But there's something I have to mention before moving on to the 1992 year. The television shows that premiered prior to the 90s, but still carried over … Continue reading Shows and Board Games to be aware of for the early 1990s

Santa’s Slay (2005) review

Want a fun Christmas movie? Check this one out. You'll like it, it's about Santa Clause being evil and killing people. And Santa Clause is played by that WCW / WWE wrestler Bill Goldberg. And believe it or not, he's actually pretty good in the role. This is one of those films that's shallow. It's … Continue reading Santa’s Slay (2005) review

The Divine Right of Art

When one thinks of divine right, they may think of the excuse kings and monarchs made for their authority and power. That they have been chosen by God to have these rights as a monarch to rule as they wish. Anyone who questions them questions the will of God. Anyone who defies them defies God … Continue reading The Divine Right of Art

Highlights of 1991

While I don't believe this topped the previous year in overall entertainment, that's a position subject to debate. Because at the very least, this came pretty damn close. But this year also came with some warning signals. 1990 primarily had 1 film that I could say was overly blunt in SJW content (it's nothing compared … Continue reading Highlights of 1991

Entertainment Industry Nostalgia: December 1991

Ukrainian people vote for independence. Muslim Shi'ites release American hostages Joseph Cicippio, Terry Anderson, and Alan Steen. Pan American World Airways ceased operations. Orion Pictures filed Chapter 11 for bankruptcy protection. NY assembly speaker Mel Miller is convicted of federal mail fraud. UN reverses ruling that Zionism is racism by 111-25 (13 abstain) vote. DeForest … Continue reading Entertainment Industry Nostalgia: December 1991