More Content


NFL, MLB, NHL, NCAA, and all sports-related posts.

Book Reviews

Classic & modern novels reviewed.


Opinions and thoughts on current issues and hot topics.


Latest Posts

Movie Trailer – Sweet Virginia

Director: Jamie M. Dagg Starring: Christopher Abbott, Jon Bernthal, Imogen Poots Release: November 17th, 2017 The trailer is literally too dark to see; I can’t imagine sitting through an entire movie without really being able to watch.  That might sound fussy, but really, I want to be able to see what’s going on, I don’t

Read More

Movie Trailer – Blockers

Director: Kay Cannon Starring: John Cena, Leslie Mann, Ike Barinholtz Release: April 6th, 2018 I’m offended on so many levels, both real and over-dramatic.  This movie looks like shit, and it’s a shitty topic to make a movie about, besides.  John Cena can act, this style of comedy can work, but not like this, this

Read More

DVD Review – Soul on a String

Director: Yang Zhang Starring: Quni Ciren, Kimba, Siano Dudiom Zahi Year: 2016 Soul on a String is a Chinese/Tibetan, Western/Adventure, ancient/modern warrior’s tale, and these odd combinations are the reason that the film ultimately succeeds.  This feature is hard to define, it straddles many borders while paying homage to many styles, but it is made

Read More

Movie Trailer – The Babysitter (2017)

Director: McG Starring: Judah Lewis, Samantha Weaving, Bella Thorne Release: October 13th, 2017 Already out on Netflix, I was intrigued when I saw this movie pop up, but I’m less so after seeing the trailer.  I’m frustrated with movies simply recycling other movies, and I know that sounds whiny, but legitimately, what we want are

Read More

Movie Trailer – The Tribes of Palos Verdes

Director: Brendan & Emmett Malloy Starring: Maika Monroe, Jennifer Garner, Justin Kirk Release: December 1st, 2017 I’ve seen both Monroe and Garner attempt to be serious and strong, and they both failed.  I liked Monroe a lot when she first appeared, but the more I’ve seen from her, the less I think she has real

Read More

DVD Review – Spirited Away

Director: Hayao Miyazaki Starring: Daveigh Chase, Jason Marsden Year: 2001 With the presence of Studio Ghibli, and with the emergence of Laika Entertainment, there exists real competition with Disney/Pixar for the animation market.  Disney will always be a hit with kids, delivering epic fantasies and stunning princesses.  Laika has taken a darker road, using stop-motion

Read More

Follow me on Twitter for updates, links, new content, & all things Archer Avenue.