Little House On The Prairie – A Movie By…

Little House on the Prairie

We all know that Sean Durkin was attached to direct a Little House on the Prairie movie, so we know that it will be a dark psychological thriller. However, what if… … Michael Bay directed it? Well, then the little house would be a giant … [Continue reading]

A Look Beyond The Mask

Jason's Mask

Friday the 13th, the 2009 reboot, was not like the fans wanted it to be, from many points of view. One of the main criticisms brought to the film was that it lacked (for most of it) the iconic hockey mask, which became synonymous to Jason Voorhees … [Continue reading]

The Waltons’ Family Pets

The Waltons

Are you sure you know all about The Waltons? There are quite a few animals (and critters) that appear in the show, almost all of them just during one episode. However, this comes to show how genuine was the life depicted in the series. Obviously, … [Continue reading]

Fun Facts With Andy Griffith

Andy and Opie

The first thing to be said is that Andy Griffith secured the co-ownership of the program, even if the concept of the show wasn't his own. Until starring in The Andy Griffith Show, the actor only pursued roles in movies, with only two appearances in … [Continue reading]

Wonder Woman – A Possible Development

Wonder Woman logo

When the news broke out and Wonder Woman was announced to keep her divine origins in the 2017 film, many have said (myself included) that it would be too much of a similarity with Thor if this origin would be explained in some way. Lynda Carter … [Continue reading]

A Western That All Women Love

Lonesome Dove

By force of habit, we tend to attach a gender to all movies. Even if we’re not aware, we’re inclined to believe westerns, for instance, are much more appreciated by men, whereas romantic comedies are pigeonholed girl movies. We end up making our … [Continue reading]

The Warriors: A Silent Phenomenon

The Warriors

I'm a big fan of old movies. From Casablanca to Scarface, The Godfather to The Lord of the Rings, yes, I treasure all these productions. Not because of their success in box offices, but because they will always remain points of reference in the … [Continue reading]

Sex Games with a Twist

Robert, Cersei and her Joffrey

Sex is a staple of successful filmmaking. And no, I don’t mean pornography, as if the value of sex in cinematography were given by explicit content exclusively. Being able to create tasteful sex-infused contexts without revealing, let’s say, a … [Continue reading]

The Walter White in Each of Us

Walter White

There’s no doubt, Breaking Bad has been topping the bill of TV shows worldwide for several years now. I’ve occasionally asked myself what makes the series so successful. Taken separately, it’s not sex. It’s not violence. It’s not immoral … [Continue reading]

Aging Is Amazing

The Golden Girls

If a concept like the one of Golden Girls (a sitcom about older women) would be pitched nowadays to any major studio, there are little to no chances of being seen through. And that is because, basically, Golden Girls was also about coming close to an … [Continue reading]