Edgar Ortega

Born and raised in San Diego, CA, I am an aspiring filmmaker, or film journalist. Whichever one sticks. Way too obsessed with a galaxy far, far away for my age. You will often find me discussing a series about dragons and ice zombies on social media. Without the arts, I don’t know where I would be in my life right now. Storytelling has allowed me to let my imagination run wild in ways even I couldn’t predict. If I don’t pick up, it’s probably because I am too busy writing or watching something (good or bad) at the cinema.

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Euphoria Season 2 Episode 1 Recap/Review: A Slow Return to Form

Euphoria is back with season 2, episode 1, promising an electrifying new season, from Rue being held hostage by drug dealers to Cassie being stuck in a bathtub.

Our Complicated Relationship With The Horror Genre

Why are we attracted to horror? Let’s explore the complicated relationship we’ve developed with the genre, from idolizing villains to our response to violence.

The Witcher Season 2 Review: More Magic, Monsters, Blood & Elves

Netflix’s The Witcher is back with season 2 and it’s bigger, better, and more real while retaining its fun tone that celebrates the fantasy genre.

No Time To Die (Review): Daniel Craig’s Emotional Swan Song

No Time To Die marks the end of an era for 007 with a long, messy yet weirdly satisfying conclusion in what might be the actor’s most exciting Bond film.

Daniel Craig ’s Best James Bond Movies, Ranked

In anticipation of No Time To Die, we will be revisiting and ranking Daniel Craig ’s best James Bond films before his run as the character comes to an end.

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf – A Bloody Fun Return To Netflix’s Fantasy Epic (Review)

Nightmare of the Wolf serves as great additional material to Netflix ’s fantasy series, introducing us to new characters we’ll meet in The Witcher ‘s Season 2.

All Of Edgar Wright ’s Films Ranked (From Worst To Best)

Giving us some of the smartest and most colorful comedies of the 2000s and 2010s, we make our way through Edgar Wright ’s quirky films, ranked from worst to best.

Old (Review): An Ambitious But Unfulfilling Family Thriller

Old somehow manages to represent the craziest, messiest and most imaginative work in M. Night Shyamalan’s filmography within one thrilling piece.

F9: A Saturday Morning Cartoon Come To Life (Review)

Justin Lin’s triumphant return to the Fast & Furious franchise with F9 is the loud, silly and entertaining summer blockbuster we’ve all been waiting for.

All Fast & Furious Movies Ranked (From Worst To Best)

With F9: The Fast Saga finally hitting theaters after multiple delays, let’s revisit the series as we rank all Fast & Furious movies from worst to best.