Join Date: Oct 12, 2016 • Last Entry Date: Sep 14, 2018 • Articles: 54
Justin Harrison is a writer based in Austin, Texas. He moved there for school, graduated, and would like to stay if possible. He would also like more folks to watch Miami Vice and The Brothers Bloom.
By Justin Harrison, Aug 17, 2018
From street dances to ninja battles to an astoundingly opulent wedding, Jon M. Chu builds striking spectacles with motion and color.
By Justin Harrison, Aug 10, 2018
The real-life all-girl skate team of SKATE KITCHEN are running with one of the cinematic relay’s most fascinating batons.
By Justin Harrison, Aug 01, 2018
Dylan Burnett and Donny Cates’ miniseries is a multidimensional, cross-time deep space epic pastiche grounded in multi-layered character work.
By Justin Harrison, Jul 26, 2018
It’s not as flashy a constant as Tom Cruise’s stunts, but the series has always been fascinated with the intersection of technology, spycraft and humanity.
By Justin Harrison, Jul 25, 2018
A tepid, scrambled Michael Crichton adaptation does at least offer a rare chance to see Gerard Butler screaming… joyfully!
By Justin Harrison, Jul 18, 2018
The acclaimed comic artist’s autobiographical work is impeccably crafted and wonderfully thoughtful.
By Justin Harrison, Jul 03, 2018
The tension between heroics and life beyond them makes for great cape comics.
By Justin Harrison, Jun 29, 2018
Gerads and King’s bleak, thoughtful comic about the early days of the War in Iraq sings on its own and makes a fascinating counterpart to Taylor Sheridan’s SICARIO.
By Justin Harrison, Jun 19, 2018
Noelle Stevenson’s superb fantasy/science fiction/comedy/drama comic is a wonderful read for fans of Brad Bird’s retro superhero family (and most anyone really).
By Justin Harrison, Jun 12, 2018
John Cameron Mitchell’s imperfect, glorious coming of age science fiction pseudo-musical lingers in the head and the heart.