Kyle J. Steenblik Archives
Kyle J. Steenblik is a resident of Davis County Utah, husband, and father of two children. A local film critic, author, and Podcaster (Utah Outcasts, The Nerd Dome Podcast), with a passion for comedy, fantasy, art, the natural world, science, and discovery, and road trips to various landmarks, and historical sites around the United States. Kyle has been a longtime activist in the hopes of leaving the world a better place for his children. Whether that is through standing up to inequality, injustice, or by adding a little laughter or a good story.
With Midway coming out this week we've decided to compile a list of the must see WWII Films.
The Terminator at 25 years-old is considered by many to be a classic work of science-fiction. It spawned a financially successful franchise that continues
The Great Dictator is a 1940 American film starring, written, produced, scored, and directed by Charlie Chaplin. This was Chaplin's first true talking
Every film contains some form of protagonist, or hero, and an antagonist, or villain. Audiences can count on the fact that the hero is going to win, and
Godzilla, the city-stomping radioactive super-massive lizard-dragon-dinosaur-monster, may be the most prolific social commentator in the history of the
The 2019 spring Salt Lake City FanX Comic Convention has wrapped on April 20th. Salt Lake City Utah hosts one of the most active and vibrant cosplay
The year is 2036 and the world economy is in ruins, and I want to tell you what I’ve learned about the fallout from the fan wars.
The Walt Disney corporation is a powerhouse of production when it comes to film. With seemingly limitless resources, they could push anything they want The Walt Disney corporation is a powerhouse of production when it comes to film. With seemingly limitless resources they could push anything they want into production. One thing they are doing is reaching into their own pockets to remake their back catalog of animated films as live action, or hyper-realistic animated films. The question of why is the subject of another discussion, what we want to look at is what they have in the pipeline, and what we wish was in that pipeline.
Why do we love bad movies? Yes, critics love bad movies too. There can be an undeniable pleasure in a film that becomes an unintentional comedy, or to revel in the schadenfreude of film spectacularly failing.
The Council of Economic Advisers to the President of The United States of America has super interns
Looking for a way to end your Saint Patrick's Day with movie? We have a nice list of suggestions for you.
Batman is arguably one of the most popular superheroes of all time and a character that has had enough on-screen incarnations to play an epic softball game.
Magnolia Pictures released the first trailer, and announced a theatrical release date, for Hail Satan? which is a documentary about The Satanic Temple.
Penny Lane’s Hail Satan? manages to entertain and inform equally, treating the subject matter seriously when appropriate, and with earnest humor to highlight the more ridiculous elements.
We sat in a dark theatre, watching the credits of How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World scroll past on the screen as tears continued to stream down our cheeks.