Rudie Obias 25POSTS

Rudie Obias lives in Brooklyn, New York. He’s a writer and editor who is interested in cinema, pop culture, music, NBA basketball, science fiction, and web culture. His work can be found at IGN, Fandom, TV Guide, Metacritic, Yahoo!, Battleship Pretension, Mashable, Mental Floss, and of course, BRWC.

The Problem Of The Hero: Review

The Problem Of The Hero: Review. Adapting a stage play into a movie is tough enough with so many lackluster examples out there, like Spinning

Beaten To Death: Review

Every now and then we get a movie that lives up to the promise of its title, such as Everything Everywhere All At Once,

Don’t Look Away

Don’t Look Away: The BRWC Review. While all genres have tropes and clichés, horror is a special breed that embraces conventions and you have to

Operation Napoleon: Review

Nazis are the ultimate bad guys. And in movies, you can instantly spot them as villains and you never feel bad when they get

Kokomo City: The BRWC Review

Kokomo City: The BRWC Review. By Rudie Obias Documentaries like Streetwise, Born into Brothels, Buying Sex, and others are often a source of true-to-life