Chris Coffel

My name is Chris Coffel and I usually write about Nicolas Cage. When I'm not writing about Nicolas Cage I'm usually thinking about writing about Nicolas Cage.

The Tao of Nicolas Cage: The Only March Madness Bracket that Matters

By Chris Coffel 

As the madness of March dwindles down and the month comes to a close, we present to you the only bracket that matters.

Godzilla

Attack of the 37 Big Monster Movies

By Chris Coffel 

Get ready to smash your favorite city and bathe in the screams of a fleeing populace — this is monster movie mayhem.

Niccagepedia

The Tao of Nicolas Cage: Someone in Spain Loves Nic Cage

By Chris Coffel 

One fan is celebrating the actor in a truly unique way.

National Treasure

14 Nicolas Cage Movies Currently Streaming on Netflix

By Chris Coffel 

If you’re looking to get a quick Cage fix here are 14 Nicolas Cage movies currently streaming on Netflix.

Mandy Still

The Tao of Nicolas Cage: Is 2018 the Year of Cage?

By Chris Coffel 

Less than two full months into 2018 and Nicolas Cage already looks to be well on his way to his most prolific year yet.

Looking Glass

The Tao of Nicolas Cage: Voyeurism and Murder Wait Behind the ‘Looking Glass’

By Chris Coffel 

Nicolas Cage and Robin Tunney buy a desert motel to escape a troubled past only to stumble upon something much darker behind the Looking Glass.

Wake In Fright

Go Down Under with 20 Must-See Ozploitation Films!

By Chris Coffel 

G’day, mate. Grab a slab, throw some shrimp on the Barbie, and be prepared to have a ripper of a time with these Ozploitation classics!

Superman Lives

The Tao of Nicolas Cage: The Movies that Escaped the Cage

By Chris Coffel 

Nicolas Cage has made a career out of interesting film choices. Just as fascinating are the films that never came to be.

Birdy Nicolas Cage Matthew Modine

The Tao of Nicolas Cage: Modine and Cage Fly Under the Radar in ‘Birdy’

By Chris Coffel 

In 1984 a baby-faced Nicolas Cage paired with a baby-faced Matthew Modine to star in Alan Parker’s highly underrated ‘Birdy.’