A Star Is Born Review: Like a Hurricane of Emotions

A Star is Born hits you with the emotional ferocity of a hurricane. I genuinely wanted to stand and applaud after every musical performance and was completely swept up in Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s […]

31 Days of Halloween: The Gate

This October, we’re challenging ourselves to watch at least one horror movie a day. Today’s pick is somewhat of an also-ran in the late 80s kid horror boom, but those who know it tend to […]

31 Days of Halloween: Evil Dead II: Dead By Dawn

This October, we’re challenging ourselves to watch at least one horror movie a day. Today’s pick is…well, honestly, Evil Dead II needs no introduction.  I love the Evil Dead Trilogy. The Sam Raimi-helmed, Bruce Campbell-starring […]

Trailer Reaction: Adam McKay’s Vice

You either die a hero or live long enough to play Dick Cheney. I’m sorry. I just couldn’t resist. But that genuinely was my first thought after watching the trailer for Vice, Adam McKay’s political […]

31 Days of Halloween: Critters

This October, we’re challenging ourselves to watch a horror movie every day. Today’s pick is a fun Gremlins rip-off, just minus out-of-nowhere soul-crushing speeches about dads in Santa outfits dying in chimneys.  As a kid, this […]

31 Days of Halloween: Hell House, LLC and Hell House, LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel

This October, we’re challenging ourselves to watch at least one horror movie every day. But sometimes when the movie you watch is as good as Hell House, LLC you just have to move right on […]

Netflix Review: Hold the Dark Holds Back Story, Scares & Suspense

Hold the Dark is a Netflix Original from Jeremy Saulnier, and just speaking for myself they had me at “From the Director of Green Room.” What I forgot in the glee to see the next […]

Night School Isn’t a Great Movie, But I Appreciated Its Ending. Here’s Why.

SPOILER WARNING Night School is about a high school dropout attempting to get his GED. Naturally, the film can end only one of two ways: either he gets the GED or he doesn’t. It shouldn’t […]

Simon Kinberg’s March Toward Dark Phoenix

The Dark Phoenix most likely marks the end of almost two decades worth of X-Men film continuity as the franchise is about to gain new owners who will surely want to scrap everything and start […]

Examination of a Box Office Bomb: Life Itself

You’ve seen Life Itself before. Well, actually, you probably haven’t. The tragedy porn drama from This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman just suffered one of the worst opening weekends ($2.1m) for any movie debuting in […]