Several films are participating in this years San Diego Comic Con at home virtually, one of those films is ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’.
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Bill & Ted 3 – Face the Music (SDCC 2020 Review) by Joseph M.
The first Bill & Ted, Excellent Adventure, released in 1989 (Man, I feel old), the sequel, Bogus Journey, released two years later in 1991. Now,
BILL & TED 3 – FACE THE MUSIC | Comic-Con @Home Panel
Orion Pictures‘ BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC just gave the most excellent panel discussion at this year’s Comic-Con@Home. Moderated by Kevin Smith, this panel included cast members
Warner Archive’s Secret Origins of Saturday Morning Cartoons (SDCC 2020 REVIEW) By Ciarra N.
As someone who has spent the last 21 years of their life binge watching cartoons, I was so excited to dive head first into the
HBO Max | Looney Tunes Cartoons (SDCC 2020 REVIEW) By Ciarra N.
In this stream, the panelists speak on the Looney Tunes reboot that is now streaming on HBO Max. This stream was hosted by TV Guide
Power Rangers (SDCC 2020 REVIEW) by Kira Proctor
For this at-home edition of Comic-Con 2020, the Power Rangers are back in full force! Various contributors to the classic comic and television series Mighty
Bugs Bunny 80th Anniversary Extravaganza (SDCC 2020 REVIEW) by Ciarra N.
“Daffy was who he was and Bugs was who he wanted to be.” Well after the amazing stream of the San Diego Comic Con’s virtual
DEEP BLUE SEA 3 (SDCC 2020 Review) By Joanna P.
Director John Pogue and screenwriter Dirk Blackman joined the cast of “Deep Blue Sea 3” at the virtual 2020 San Diego Comic-Con. The third installment
Constantine 15th Anniversary Reunion (SDCC 2020 REVIEW) by Joseph M.
Constantine is the most underrated superhero film of 2005. Loosely based on the DC comics published property, Hellblazer, the film not only elevated superhero movies