Posts From Eddie Villanueva Jr.

Star Trek’s Lieutenant Uhura is honored in latest short from DUST

Of all the icons in Sci-fi television, there are very few that stand out as much as actress Nichelle Nichols and her portrayal of Lieutenant Nyota Uhura of Star Trek‘s Starship Enterprise.

Donald Glover will play Simba in live-action remake of The Lion King

Disney has made a huge kick the last few years to set out to create live-action remakes of their classic films. From flicks such as 2015’s Cinderella, to last year’s

Hasbro plans to release BIGGEST (literally) Transformers toy of 2017!

Is there any other toy franchise that can immediately draw your attention by just saying the words, “More than meets the eye”? Even before the popularity of the film franchise

Author Ted Chiang discusses his style and inspiration for Denis Villeneuve’ Arrival (interview)

The DVD and Blu-ray release of the phenomenal sci-fi event of last year, Arrival, is drawing closer. Starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner, the film follows the journey of linguistics professor Louise

Netflix series ‘One Day at a Time’ shows the world what a true familia looks like (review)

I’m Latino. Being blessed as a second-generation American in this Nation, I’m very proud of my heritage. Growing up, you learned to appreciate your culture, from the food to the

Could ‘Split’ be M. Night Shyamalan’s return to form? (review)

We all remember that moment when we first saw 1999’s The Sixth Sense, and when it was over, we all had the same thought: “Wait, the doctor was dead the

Space Jam gets an Honest Trailer

C’mon and slam and welcome to the jam! The film that created a cult following beginning over 20 years ago is now getting what may have become a rite of passage

‘Batman Vol. 1: I Am Gotham’ showcases compelling tale of emotion and bravery (preview)

As much as the discussion is still wide open, in terms of their films, it’s pretty easy to say that DC is still knocking it out of the park in

Ben Affleck rules Florida -but not his accent- in ‘Live by Night’ (review)

“I signed up to fight in the war. I went away a soldier, I came home an outlaw.” We are in full swing of 2017, and now that a lot of

The Princess Bride gets an Honest Trailer

One of the most funny and iconic films in cinema history has gotten an Honest Trailer! The Princess Bride is one of those films that no matter what time of

Extended sneak peek reveals more about McQueen’s journey in Pixar’s Cars 3

Pixar, much like Santa (hey, Christmas ain’t over until it’s next Christmas), came and visited us in the middle of the night, and left a present for the world to

‘Fences’ builds a powerful tale of the roles we hold in our family (review)

2016 was a hard year. Not just for celebrities or people of fame. No, it was hard for many of us, from the young to the old, the rich to

Author pledges to feed families with new crowdfunding campaign

Author of the graphic novel, Haven of Dante, and the children’s book series, The Jupiter Chronicles, Leonardo Ramirez has decided to make a change in the new year by doing

Need a last minute gift idea? How about a Smart Watch!

We’re in an age where technology is everywhere. You can’t even brew your own coffee nowadays without having to program your coffee maker. We live in an era where computers rule

Mortal Kombat gets an Honest Trailer

With Assassin’s Creed debuting in theaters this Wednesday (check out our review here), of course everyone has one thing on their mind right now: will it do the video-game-to-movie genre

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back gets an Honest Trailer

In lieu of the much anticipated released this Friday of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the genius’s over at Screen Junkies decided that it was time to tackle one

Poster revealed for upcoming film The Book of Henry

As we come to an incredible end of films in 2016, one must always look to the future for the greatness to come. It seems that we didn’t have to

‘Nocturnal Animals’ attempts to create a pseudo-noir film (review)

When it comes to describing the genre of film noir, I think Roger Ebert said it best: “One difference between film noir and more straightforward crime pictures is that noir

CineFix recreates Rogue One trailer into a homemade masterpiece

CineFix has probably got to be one of my favorite YouTube channels, hands down (aside for our own, of course). During the course of the day, if I’m in the

Suicide Squad gets an Honest Trailer

Well, we all knew that this was coming. Please be gentle. Screen Junkies has stepped up their fun-poking game in their latest entry of Honest Trailers with DC’s 2016 film, Suicide Squad.