Netflix has finally struck gold with “One Piece,” their latest live-action anime adaptation. Oblogatory looks into how this show made such a big wave.
Oblogatory spends six hours in a theater to learn why Barbieheimer, the dual release of “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer,” was profitable for all.
Oblogatory visits John Carpenter’s “Escape from New York,” starring Kurt Russell–a movie so entertaining, you’ll never want to leave!
“Daughters of the Dust” is the first theatrically screened film directed by a black woman, all the way back in… only 1991?! Oblogatory closes out Women’s History Month with this hypnotic look at the Gullah (Geechee) people.
Is “It’s a Wonderful Life” really the greatest Christmas movie of all time? Oblogatory views this classic with fresh eyes and partially agrees with George Bailey: It’d be better if some parts of the movie had never existed at all…
What better way to celebrate Halloween than with a Monster Mash! These creature features don’t ALL belong in the horror genre, but they’re sure to give you the thrill you’re seeking.
If, like me, you’ve seen every episode of Pokémon: Sun & Moon, you likely wish that you had a guide so that you only watched the good parts. If, unlike me, you haven’t seen every episode of Pokémon: Sun & Moon, I made a guide so that you’ll only watch the good parts!
What happens when corporate hires a bunch of talented writers, makes them shill toys, then fails to give them any other instructions? These shows are what happens.
Need something to cool you down in this heat? Here’s a review of a stone-cold classic: “The Thing.” The (Ant)Arctic setting and inhuman antagonist will chill you to the bone, no matter which version you see.
This Marvel movie delivers a plot from… the 1930’s?! The Thor series borrows the “comedy of remarriage” from Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant films for its latest addition.