Review: Shaft

The third film in the universe of this blaxploitation classic, Shaft is easily one of the most fun and enjoyable movies I’ve seen this year. A perfect mix of modern references clashing with the old head machismo of both Samuel L. Jackson’s (Captain Marvel, Glass) and...

Review: Men In Black International

Fourth in a beloved sci-fi series, this entry to the canon features none of the cast of the original, barely referencing the side characters and ideas of the first three and instead of marching off with its own ideas, but does it do this well? Even days after seeing...

Black Mirror Season 5 Review

Dropped rather unceremoniously on a Wednesday, Netflix’s science fiction anthology series added three more episodes to their canon with their fifth season. With each episode a little more than an hour with a star-studded cast, it makes for a faster watch that the...

Movie Review: Dark Phoenix

A follow up to 2016’s X-Men: Apocalypse, despite having no callbacks to that film at all, Dark Phoenix loosely follows Jean Grey, played by Sophie Turner fresh off of Game of Thrones, as she is infected by the Phoenix Force and lays waste to the other characters in...

Movie Review: Brightburn

Produced by fabled Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, Brightburn is a horror film that asks the question ‘what if a child from another world crash-landed on Earth, but instead of becoming a hero to mankind, he proved to be something more sinister?” If this...

Where should we send your book

I understand that I am joining the LMBPN Publishing email list and will receive special offers and updates. I also understand that I can unsubscribe at any time.

Please check your email for a confirmation message