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Category: Essays


  • Batman v Superman: Deeper Insights

    Batman v Superman: Deeper Insights

    SPOILERS WILL BE DISCUSSED HERE I decided to write a second piece on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. After writing the review, (Which you can read here) I realized that I still had many things in my head regarding this film. As a person who enjoyed it, I wanted to get out my remaining […]

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  • A Strange Trip through Life is Strange

    A Strange Trip through Life is Strange

     I didn’t really play the point & click/graphic adventure game when I was younger. Since games like that are more focused toward stories and characters and themes as opposed to gameplay and action I didn’t pay attention to them. As I’ve gotten older my mind has opened up to more than the basic game experience. […]

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  • What’s old is new again – Mario Puzo’s The Godfather: The Complete Epic 1901-1959

    What’s old is new again – Mario Puzo’s The Godfather: The Complete Epic 1901-1959

    I am a huge fan of the Godfather films. The first is certainly one of my favorite films ever and Part II is arguably one of, if not the best sequel ever filmed. I think what draws me to them is not the crime element, but the character study of the Corleone family and Al […]

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  • A Big Thanks for 2015

    A Big Thanks for 2015

    I just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who has visited DeaconsDen at anytime during 2015. The blog as seen a huge boost and there is still room to grow. I plan to continue to bring new content in the new year as well as the DeaconsDen podcast which I hope to have […]

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  • Return to Thundera

    Return to Thundera

    Inspired by my recent contribution for my good friend Vic over at Vic’s Movie Den I wrote a post recommending 5 Animated Series. It was a fun narrowing this down to five quality series that I feel adults would love as well as kids. I previously wrote up one of the shows on the list, […]

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  • A Comic Moment: George Lucas’ The Star Wars By Dark Horse Comics

    Now that the trailer for the new Star Wars film, The Force Awakens has been released, I want to revisit a post from earlier this year. A look at the comic adaptation of George Lucas’s original rough draft script, The Star Wars. Creators Writer: J. W. Rinzler Artist: Mike Mayhew Colorist: Rain Beredo Letterer: Michael […]

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  • Looking at The Innocents for the 1st Time

    Directed by Jack Clayton I picked this up during the semi-annual Criterion Collection sale at Barnes and Noble. I have heard about this film’s legacy for years and had never seen it. I always like to hear of successful genre films from an older era because I feel viewers nowadays dismiss them unfairly. Here we […]

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  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles….A Faithful Adaptation

    *In preparation for the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie that will be released on August 8th, I’m republishing an updated edition on my retrospective on the the TMNT film from 1990. New photos and a new segment have been added. Hope you all enjoy!* I was 5 years old in 1990. I grew up […]

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  • A Most Dangerous Film

    At this very moment across the country, various Barnes and Noble locations are having a sale on Criterion Collection titles. If you are unfamiliar, The Criterion Collection is a distribution group that collects classic and contemporary films and markets them to cinephiles moreso than the general public. Since Criterion releases are usually higher priced than […]

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  • A Second Chance Part II Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3

    For the second part of my series on films I’m revisiting, I bring the focus to one that has been the scorn of many comic fans since it’s release. Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3. Now for some perspective. This film came out in 2007. I had massive expectations for it, being a fan of the first […]

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