All posts by Brian Colucci

Brian is first and foremost a nerd in every way shape and form. He likes to compare himself to a black hole, consuming any and every form of entertainment unlucky enough to get caught in his gravitational pull. It's not uncommon on any given day for him to read a couple comics, settle down with a good book, watch a few movies (inside and out of the theater), catch up on his ever growing but never depleting Hulu queue, challenge himself with a few good video games, listen to any music he can get his hands on and, of course, write his heart out. He spends every waking moment dreaming up interesting and intriguing concepts and ideas that will hopefully one day inspire and entertain anyone looking for an escape from their daily lives. Graduating from Full Sail University in good old humid Florida, Brian currently lives and works in New York City and is waiting for the day when all he has to do is wake up and create something unique and new for people to enjoy. He is always in the process of writing scripts and stories and is constantly on the lookout for ways to enhance and build his creative drive. After all, life is just one big story, all that really matters is how you strive to make it the best story possible. Disclaimer: Brian does not actually have powdered green skin in case anyone was wondering. A Skrull I am not. Blame the guys at the Color Run for this one.


Moonwalk Away


Feb 02, 2022Comments off

I like seeing damage and destruction in my movies, but, man, does this film make me wonder how some screenwriters have jobs. Following two scientists,




Feb 01, 2022Comments off

Over twenty years later and Scream’s shtick still works…mostly. Set twenty-five years after the events of the original movie, this sequel — also for some reason


Resurrected and Reused

The Matrix: Resurrections

Jan 13, 2022Comments off

So I can’t necessarily say this is a good movie, but to me, it’s already an underrated one that deserves way more credit than it’s


Multiversally Magnificent

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Jan 13, 2022Comments off

No idea how this movie wasn’t an overstuffed train-wreck, so whatever happened to make it as good as it was needs to be distilled down,


Ghostly Good

Ghostbuster: Afterlife

Dec 14, 2021Comments off

Now, this is how you do a reboot/sequel decades after the fact right! Set in a sleepy Oklahoma town years after the original Ghostbusters have


Eternally Average


Nov 28, 2021Comments off

Okay, this movie isn’t the travesty the Rotten Tomatoes score pegs it as, but it’s definitely something that needed a bit more tweaking before being


Dune-not Miss This One


Nov 28, 2021Comments off

I gotta say, I didn’t care much for Dune before this, but now I totally need the second part of this series to come out as soon


Hallowed Halloween

Halloween Kills

Nov 12, 2021Comments off

So I thought this film was fine, but boy does it do some things narratively that I wish it hadn’t. Taking place directly after the


A Proper Send Off

No Time To Die

Nov 06, 2021Comments off

And just like that, fifteen years plus of Daniel Craig’s James Bond is complete, and I have to say, what a way to go. Retired


Let There Be Mediocrity

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Oct 21, 2021Comments off

I feel like this one is what the original wanted to be, for better or worse, and we even got some Carnage this time around!