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Eddie Lopez

Eduardo Lopez grew up in the hot deserts of the Imperial Valley (El Centro, CA) but now resides in San Diego. Eddie is a recent graduate from San Diego State University with a degree in Television, Film, and New Media. He grew up on classic horror movies but loves movies of every genre and every decade. Aside from talking about movies, Eddie enjoys writing screenplays and hopes to one day have one of his scripts made into an actual film.
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The Snowman: Movie Review

Thomas Alfredson returns after 6 years away from the director’s chair to helm the big-screen adaptation of Jo Nesbo’s novel, The Snowman. With a cast that includes Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, J.K. Simmons and Val Kilmer among others, The Snowman seemed poised to be a great film. Yet despite having a fantastic cast, director and […]
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Breathe: Movie Review

With his new film, Breathe, Andy Serkis is the latest actor to try his hand at directing a film. Many have done this over the years. People such as Ben Affleck and Clint Eastwood have found great success in their directorial attempts. Then you have others like Tim Allen and Johnny Depp who weren’t able […]
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Kingsman: The Golden Circle Movie Review

Matthew Vaughn returns to direct Kingsman: The Golden Circle, the sequel to 2014’s surprise hit, Kingsman: The Secret Service. The sequel boasts an impressive casts that includes Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges, Pedro Pascal, Halle Berry and Julianne Moore in addition to original cast members Taron Egerton, Colin Firth and Mark Strong. The Golden Circle expands […]
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Battle of the Sexes: Movie Review

In 1973, the world’s #1 women’s tennis player Billie Jean King and former champion Bobby Riggs engaged in a historic tennis match that would be dubbed The Battle of the Sexes. In the lead-up to this match, and having just beat Margaret Court, Riggs ridiculed women and constantly claimed that men were superior to women. […]
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Mother! Movie Review

All film is subjective. It’s an obvious thing to say, but a film like Mother! should come attached with a reminder of this. Darren Aronosky’s latest directorial effort will likely be one of the most divisive films of the year. However, it is also one of 2017’s most daring and powerful films. Mother! is not […]
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The Only Living Boy in New York Movie Review

On paper, The Only Living Boy in New York had a lot going for it. It is helmed by a very good director in Marc Webb, who is responsible for giving us 500 Days of Summer. The cast is incredible, including Jeff Bridges, Pierce Brosnan, Kate Beckinsale as well as upcoming talents Callum Turner and […]

Leap! Movie Review

2017 has not been a good year for animated films. At this point last year, we had Kung Fu Panda 3,  Zootopia, The Little Prince, Finding Dory, and Kubo and the Two Strings. From that list alone, two films were nominated for an Academy Award with Zootopia eventually coming out as the winner for the […]

Annabelle:Creation – Movie Review

Nearly three years after the first Annabelle movie was released, the terrifying doll returns in the form of a prequel directed by Lights Out creator, David F. Sandberg. I should preface this by saying that while I loved The Conjuring, its Annabelle spin-off didn’t work for me at all. I groaned at the idea of […]

The Forgotten Art of Movie Posters

Let’s be honest, movie posters today are not very good. There was a time where movie posters weren’t treated like a high school Photoshop project, but those days are long gone. Now, I know that’s not a fair generalization and we do still get the occasional poster worthy of being framed on our walls. The […]

Wish Upon: Movie Review

The past couple of years have seen a revival of the horror genre. Since 2013 we have seen outstanding films that includes (among others) The Conjuring, The Babadook, It Follows, Lights Out, Don’t Breathe, and most recently, Get Out. For us horror fans, the last 4 years have been a blessing and we have been […]
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The Beguiled: Movie Review

I’ll start off with this – The Beguiled is a fantastic movie, but it has no business opening up in the summer. It is a very tense and bleak film that, in my opinion, could have done very well around October when audiences are more prone to seek out these types of films. Instead, we […]
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The Big Sick: Movie Review

It’s hard to look at The Big Sick and not praise it as the best romantic comedy of the last couple of years. The film, which stars Kumail Nanjiani, is based on Nanjiani’s real-life experience with his wife and the struggles they went through to be together. This movie is heartfelt, hilarious and everything one […]