‘Halloween Kills’ Is Gory, Thrilling Madness

Michael Myers is alive and he’s still out for blood. Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), her daughter, Karen (Judy Greer) and her granddaughter, Allyson (Andi Matichak) are in the bed of pickup truck, thinking that they’ve finally put the murderous Michael in a well-deserved a tinderbox. However, when sirens sound and fire trucks speed past,…

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DUNE – A Cinematic and Momentous Sci-Fi Epic

Denis Villeneuve delivers with a rich, dense, and layered adaption—executed with incredible performances throughout. With mythology and world-building on par with The Lord of the Rings and Star Wars, Dune is cinematic and momentous. Considered among many circles as one of the hardest stories to adapt, Frank Herbert’s science fiction epic has been attempted in the past. None, however, come…

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The New York Comic Con Experience in a Post-Pandemic Reality

There is something magical about walking through the doors of a venue and finding yourself transported to a Comic Convention. Instantly you find that you are amongst your people, a platoon of storm troopers pose right inside the door, with camera flashes and shouts of “Greedo shot first!” as a Han Solo cosplayer swaggers by.…

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No Time to Die – A Worthy Conclusion To Craig’s Bond Era

No Time to Die is cinematic in every sense of the word. With a brilliant final performance from Daniel Craig, incredible action sequences and an emotional core, No Time to Die is a worthy conclusion to the franchise. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and starring Daniel Craig in final outing as James Bond, No Time to…

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Venom : Let There Be Carnage – Review | An Action-Packed But Uneven Sequel

Venom Let There Be Carnage is bombastic, funny, action-packed, silly, and at times, jarring— creating a fun, yet uneven, experience. A popcorn movie in every sense of the word. Directed by Andy Serkis, and starring Tom Hardy as the titular character, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a spectacle. Now when using the word spectacle, it’s meant in…

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Malignant – Fun, Original, Ridiculous

From the days of the Universal Classic Monsters inspired by Gothic literature (Dracula, Frankenstein, The Invisible Man, The Wolfman, etc.) to 80s slashers (Halloween, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street) and other supernatural oriented films such as Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, horror has long been a popular genre amongst audiences. Joining superhero blockbusters and…

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Completion of Clean Water Charity – Thank You From The Farooqi Bros

Salam. May the Peace and Blessings of God be upon you.  We would like to extend our heartfelt thank you for your donations during our Emergency Water Aid Initiative. Your donations have truly changed lives for the better. Each village will now have access to clean water for years to come and we hope you…

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Disney World and Universal Studios Vlog 2021 | The Farooqi Bros Visit Hogwarts and Galaxy’s Edge

The Farooqi Bros visit Disney World and Universal Studios and vlog their entire trip. Learn the best tips and tricks to have fun at Magic Kingdom during the pandemic and which rides are the absolute must-do’s. We hope you enjoy our 2021 Disney World Vlog and our 2021 Universal Studios Vlog, especially a looks at…

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Star Wars Bleeds Red in ‘Crimson Reign’

Warning: This article contains spoilers for War of the Bounty Hunters #3 On Wednesday, IGN revealed the exclusive first details for Star Wars: Crimson Reign, a new comic mini-series debuting in November starring Qi’ra, played by Emilia Clarke in 2018’s Solo: A Star Wars Story. The 5-issue run is written by Charles Soule, who also…

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The Suicide Squad – Review : Action-Packed. Distinctly Gunn.

The Suicide Squad boasts strong character beats and crisp writing. While there is an overindulgence in gore and violence, the film is engaging enough to keep fans happy. 2016’s Suicide Squad film was divisive and seemingly disavowed by most who’ve worked on it, including director David Ayer himself. Still, there is no denying the commercial…

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Emergency Water Aid Initiative – Completion of First Water Well

Through your generous donations, the Farooqi Brothers have worked with the Paani team to construct a well in the village of Bitri Meghwar, in Pakistan. We would like to share photos of the process from start to finish with you all. Your donations have caused a tremendous positive impact on these villagers and we hope…

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The Green Knight – Review

The Green Knight is written for the screen and directed by David Lowery. Adapted from the late 14th-century poem titled, “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight”, the story follows the nephew of the legendary King Arthur. King Arthur’s headstrong nephew embarks on a daring quest to confront the Green Knight, a mysterious giant who appears…

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