• WonderCon 2019: Riverdale Composer Sherri Chung on reimagining sound
    This year at Wondercon, I had the opportunity to interview the amazing artists behind your favorite T.V. shows, films, and video games. Sherri Chung is a composer on CW’s Riverdale, as well as NBC’s Blindspot. Q: I assume each job is a little different and has it’s own personality. “Riverdale” has a very unique tone, and […]
  • WonderCon 2019: ‘Game of Thrones’ Sound Designer Paula Fairfield on The Final Season and Dragons
    This year at Wondercon, I had the opportunity to interview the amazing artists behind your favorite T.V. shows, films, and video games. Paula Fairfield is the Emmy-award winning Sound Designer for “Game of Thrones.” Q: “Game of Thrones” has been on many years. How have the challenges changed or evolved during that time? FAIRFIELD: Well it’s interesting. […]
  • The King: A Review
    The King is a family drama disguised as a war movie. Starring Timothée Chalamet as King Henry V, the film follows his unwilling ascension to the throne. Directed by David Michôd, the film compensates for its slow narrative with performances and production.  It’s easy to draw comparisons to HBO’s former television juggernaut Game of Thrones, […]
  • Marriage Story: A Review
    Do not be confused by the title or presentation — this is a horror movie. If you have any reservations about marriage or a fear of vulnerability, Marriage Story is a brutal validation of your fears. It’s also a startlingly funny meditation on relationships. Marriage Story finds emotion in the mundane. Inspired by director Noah […]
  • The Way Back: A Review
    Ben Affleck’s career has been defined by playing arrogant and charming men. His character in The Way Back is a refreshing break from his usual roles. However, the film itself somehow manages to subvert genre while staying frustratingly trite. Directed by Gavin O’Conner, Ben Affleck stars as Jack, an “almost professional” basketball player turned alcoholic who […]
  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: Review
    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is an innovative take on superhero movies, coming of age stories and animation.
  • Spend a day at Los Angeles Comic Con
    If you still don’t follow my Twitter and missed out in all the fun, don’t worry! I’ve compiled all my tweets here for your convenience. You’re welcome.
  • John Carpenter Returns to USC for 40th Anniversary of Halloween
    The horror auteur criticized the moderator and weighed in on the creation of the “Final Girl” film trope.
  • Wondercon 2018: Freeform’s Siren
    I spoke with the producers and stars of Freeform’s drama Siren. Freeform, Disney’s young adult television and streaming network, has kicked off production on their latest original series in Vancouver, “Siren.”
  • Wondercon 2018: Constantine: City of Demons
    I had the chance to interview Executive Vice President of Blue Ribbon Content Peter Gerardi, one of my favorite writers J.M. DeMatteis, and Constantine himself Matt Ryan at Wondercon.
  • Wondercon 2018: Mark Rivers on Big Mouth
    Composer Mark Rivers shares his experience on Big Mouth during “Music in Animation” panel at WonderCon on Sunday, March 25th in Anaheim, CA.         I talked to the creative minds behind some of your favorite music pieces in your favorite T.V. shows! I had the chance to interview Ryan Elder, Tim Kiefer, Mark Rivers, and […]
  • Wondercon 2018: Tom Howe on Early Man and Wonder Woman
    (L to R): Composers and panelists Mark Rivers, Tim Kiefer, Ryan Elder, and Tom Howe at “Music in Animation” panel at WonderCon on Sunday, March 25th in Anaheim, CA. by Aiyonna White I talked to the creative minds behind some of your favorite music pieces in your favorite T.V. shows! I had the chance to interview […]
  • Wondercon 2018: Ryan Elder and the Music of Rick and Morty
    I talked to the creative minds behind some of your favorite music pieces in your favorite T.V. shows! I had the chance to interview Ryan Elder, Tim Kiefer, Mark Rivers, and Tom Howe about composing for animation, comics, and their favorite music genres!
  • Wondercon 2018: Syfy’s Krypton
    I had the chance to interview showrunner Cameron Walsh and actors Cameron Cuffe, Shaun Sipos, Georgina Campbell, and Wallis Day at Wondercon. They had a lot of insightful things to say about not only their characters but Superman and the purpose of Science-Fiction.
  • PaleyFest 2018: The Orville cast talks social commentary, Science Fiction, and The Muppets
    When asked about the various social issues the show addressed in the first season, Seth MacFarlane – creator of the Star Trek inspired television show The Orville – stated that “good science fiction should be topical.”
  • Doomsday Clock #2 Review
           The second issue of the Doomsday Clock series is an exciting continuation that will shock and entertain readers.  
  • Movie Review: Zombie Spring Breakers
    Cinemark Theatres has partnered with The Asylum to offer discounted tickets to exclusive horror, sci-fi, thriller, and cult films from the independent film company. The studio is most famous for the Sharknado franchise.
  • The Best Panels at Los Angeles Comic Con 2017
    Panels are an opportunity for fans to connect with their favorite creators. Los Angeles Comic Con took place on October 27-29 and offered dozens of panels for fans to attend when they were not walking the floor. The convention may have ended, but these panels left a lasting impression on me.
  • My Favorite Booths at LA Comic Con
    I interviewed exhibitors and artists with unique and interesting products at Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con. These products range from art prints to comic books, to cosplay props. Take a look!
  • What you missed at LA Comic Con
    Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con kicked off October 27 from 1pm-6pm. Didn’t make it? Here are some of the talented guests you may have missed: