Brian Maya is the Editor-in-Chief of Dim The Lights. When he isn’t writing about or watching film, he is playing video games, honing his skills as a digital designer and art director, or spending time with his lovely girlfriend, Olga Leticia.
This week the team got together to share our thoughts on Risen. This was a highly anticipated film for us considering the lack of quality Biblical films. We've had flops like Noah and Exodus: Gods And Kings. We were really praying this film would break the recent Hollywood drought.
Deadpool is finally here and we are excited to share our thoughts on our very first episode of Dim The Lights Film Podcast. We have been working very hard over the last few months to bring this content to you. We reworked the Dim The Lights logo, colors, website and more in preparation for this moment and are very excited to share it all with you, the fans!
Back in 2012, Universal Studios released Snow White & The Huntsman starring Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth as the titular characters. The film told a much darker origin for the princess that greatly contrasted the Disney make-over we all grew up with.
Hi Everyone! First off, I'd like to thank you for taking the time to look through our website and read some of our reviews. We have really enjoyed putting out content that you guys enjoy.
The wizarding world is calling us back! Fans of the Harry Potter novels and films must be super excited to see the first teaser for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them drop.
J.J. Abrams you sneaky little devil. We thought you were going to take a break after delivering an amazing Star Wars film. Only a few weeks after the release of The Force Awakens, a brand new trailer hit the internet, surprising most of us.
My strongest memory of Tarzan is of the animated Disney feature back in 1999. I thought the premise was fascinating and loved to “shuby do da da da” over and over again. It seems the Tarzan on my childhood is long gone, ushering in a much darker tone that feels commonplace in our post-Nolan world.
The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun is a remake of the 1970 film featuring a woman accused of a murder she did not commit. The psychological thriller follows the woman as she attempts to clear her name and find out who is truly responsible. Originally written as a novel by Sebastien Japrisot, director Joann Sfar will attempt to remake the film for the modern day.
You are probably wondering what on earth is a "Triple 9"...well, it is actually police code used to quickly inform people of a police officer's death. A dead cop is kind of a big deal and so, in theory, anyone who is anyone will be racing toward the crime scene. That is where our main characters come in. They are using this incident as a distraction in order to pull the greatest heist ever.
On this brand new episode of the Dim The Lights Podcast, Olga and I talk about this riveting sci-fi film with our own renowned linguist, Dr. Phil Lipschitz.
Listen to the podcast to hear our full thoughts on the original Star Wars!
Star Wars: Rogue One Review Happy New Year! It’s finally 2017 and we get to put behind the god-awful year of 2016. Sure, 2016 was pretty terrible in general, but it did have some highlights. One of the best movies of 2016 is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Rogue One is the prequel to […]