Through A Horse’s Eyes- “War Horse” Review (Mild Spoilers)

As much as I love history, I do tend to avoid watching war films, as those films get me more emotional (and usually angry), compared to other films. However, the few that I have watched are usually concentrated around the American Revolution or World War II. However, recently, I have been learning a little bit more about World War I (just for fun), and decided to watch Steven Spielberg’s “War Horse”, primarily because it is a Steven Spielberg film, and because it also has Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch in the cast listing. Continue reading Through A Horse’s Eyes- “War Horse” Review (Mild Spoilers)

How to Prevent an Assassination- “11.22.63” Review (Spoilers)

Earlier this year, JJ Abrams, Stephen King and James Franco all teamed up to create a very interesting and intricate Hulu series that was right up in my wheelhouse as it involved two of my favorite things- time travel and history- in the series entitled “11.22.63”. Continue reading How to Prevent an Assassination- “11.22.63” Review (Spoilers)

A World of Endless Wonder- “Warehouse 13” Series Review ( Mild Spoilers)

It is no secret that when it comes to my favorite shows of all time, more often then not they turn out to be either quirky or cult favorites. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that SyFy’s “Warehouse 13”, a perfect blend of history, fantasy, and science fiction, has just made it to that list. In fact, if confronted with the choice of whether to spend eternity on a journey through time and space with the Doctor, or to live with “endless wonder” in the Warehouse, I wouldn’t know which one exactly to choose. Continue reading A World of Endless Wonder- “Warehouse 13” Series Review ( Mild Spoilers)

Movie Review: There Be Dragons (Spoilers!)

Even as a child, I have always been an avid reader, devouring any kind of book that I came across. I read storybooks, Children’s Encyclopedias and fairy tales. Among those classic children’s books that I read, such as Dr. Seuss and Berenstein Bears were several colorful storybooks that had the lives of the saints. I remember that there were two thin volumes, and each saint … Continue reading Movie Review: There Be Dragons (Spoilers!)