Inspired Chaos

Inspired Chaos  is rooted in the art of stream-of-consciousness. As our minds flow with a constant stream of thoughts, ideas, viewpoints, philosophies, data and dreams, we all seek to settle into a world of comfort, a world we can relate to; in most cases, this boils down to a bevy of entertainment choices absorbed through movies, music, TV, radio, books, poems, internet, podcasts and mindless personalities on a hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis, all of which coincidentally create our personalized personalities that senselessly bridge the gap between the chaos of our minds and the chaos of the world that strangles us with rules, regulations and the ball and chain of perfection, all leading Inspired Chaos choosing to embrace the madness to discuss entertainment and the arts without a filter, script or a plan in general.

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Ramblin' Reviews

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes take you Into the Heights this week, as they discuss Lin Manuel Miranda's newest musical, as well as their favorite all-time musicals. They also jump into the crazy premiere of Disney+ and Marvel's new collaboration, Loki. So what say you? Did In the Heights sing its way into your hearts, or did the songs leave you cold as ice? And what is your favorite musical of all-time?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes conjure up a discussion this week on The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, the third film in the Conjuring series and the eighth film in the Conjuring universe of films. Also on tap are thoughts on the 1st season finale of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, A Quiet Place Part II, Greys Anatomy, and a few surprising (and not so surprising) cancellations. What did you think? Did The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It stir up just the right amount of scares or was it just another entry into a dwindling horror franchise?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes take on the evil of Cruella in this week's Ramblin' Reviews, as well as the third season of Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous on Netflix. Did Cruella do a devil of a job adding to the mythology behind the villainess behind the kidnapping of 101 Dalmatians, or was it too The Devil Wears Prada for your liking?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! On this week's episode, Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes step into the zombie apocalypse with a review of Zack Snyder's new Netflix heist flick, Army of the Dead. Also on tap this week are hints at what's to come in anticipation for a hot summer at the movies! So, did Army of the Dead strike all the right chords, or was it dead on arrival?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Creative Genius Bryan Caron and web guru Tom Grimes decided to change course from what we announced we would be watching last week (which was Spiral: From the Book of Saw, which will be available as a written review on my blog soon) to instead Angelina Jolie's new action drama, Those Who Wish Me Dead. Also discussed in this episode is more on Disney+'s The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers and Big Shot as well as the season finale of Young Sheldon and where that may be headed into the future. Did Those Who Wish Me Dead fill you with adrenaline or was it all smoke and no fire?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! On this week's Ramblin' Reviews, Creative Genius Bryan Caron and web guru Tom Grimes head back to the theaters and talk about Guy Ritchie and Jason Statham's new film, Wrath of Man. Also on tap is a dive into the Star Wars: The Clone Wars spinoff, The Bad Batch, on Disney+, the newest on The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, and a few updates on a slew of upcoming shows. So, did Guy Ritchie make a big return to what he does best, or was Wrath of Man just a retread of what Jason Statham built his career on?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! On this week's show, Creative Genius and web guru Tom Grimes discuss Amazon Prime's new political thriller, Tom Clancy's Without Remorse, and we dive into some our favorite films and performances by Michael B. Jordan and Guy Pierce (and briefly touch upon the trainwreck that was this year's Academy Awards). So, did Without Remorse do justice to Tom Clancy's novel (enough to jump start its own MCU-style universe), or was everything a little too dark for its own good?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! MORTAL KOMBAT! Creative Genius Bryan Caron and web guru Tom Grimes talk the new iteration of the popular video game series in this week's episode. Also on tap is the season (series?) finale of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, the premiere episode of The Nevers, the return of Big Sky, and a major death on Fear the Walking Dead. So, did Mortal Kombat win you over, or was the lack of character development and plot enough to put you to sleep?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! With no major movies coming out in theaters or streaming this week, Creative Genius Bryan Caron and web guru Tom Grimes take a look at The New Mutants, a film released in August of 2020 and is now streaming on HBO and HBO Max. Also on deck — episodes 4 and 5 of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, a look at Fear the Walking Dead's first half of season six, and a little on The Clone Wars and The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. So, was The New Mutants worth the wait, or was it just another failed entry into Twentieth Century Fox's now defunct X-Men franchise?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! On this week's (long) episode, Creative Genius Bryan Caron and web guru Tom Grimes take a quick look into Netflix's new superhero comedy, Thunder Force, before spinning out of control into the world of television bantering about the latest episodes of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Young Rock, The Walking Dead, and Debris before turning focus onto future off-shoots of CSI and NCIS and which shows (particularly those in the Arrowverse) should soon call it quits. Did Thunder Force fit well into the superhero comedy genre, or did Melissa McCarthy's improvisation turn these superheroes into super duds?

Mind Your Business

Our guest on this inaugural episode of the Mind Your Business podcast, we talk to Scott Agajanian, the Deputy Director of Development Services Economic Development (DDSED, or so we think) about movies, music, books, planets, philosophy (sort of), the OASIS, The Mandalorian, Star Trek, and a whole lot more that has nothing to do with business!

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