Bodies Bodies Bodies Review

There have been plenty of horror films where a group of young people meets up in a single location. This horror trope is so old it’s hardly an original idea for a movie… that is, until now. You have a young couple meeting their friends at a secluded mansion on a mountain during a hurricane.Continue reading “Bodies Bodies Bodies Review”

Day Shift Review

Vampire movies have come in all shapes and sizes over the decades. Of course, the classic Bela Lugosi Dracula and Nosferatu starring Max Shreck are the standards of this genre. Interview with a Vampire, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Lost Boys, and Fright Night brought the genre to a whole new generation of film lovers and horror enthusiasts. The latest vampire film, Day Shift, wouldn’t beContinue reading “Day Shift Review”

Secret Headquarters Review

Secret Headquarters is the latest film in an ever-growing gluttony of superhero films. Every major studio, including Paramount, who had the MCU under their umbrella before selling them off to Disney, is trying to get into the superhero game and the streaming wars on top of that. They need material for their service that doesn’t have StarContinue reading “Secret Headquarters Review”

Fall Review

Survival films are films where one or more individuals are trapped in a location for many days without means of getting help from anybody. Films like Buried, 127 Hours, and Cast Away have stood the test of time. You can add another survival film to the list: Fall by director Scott Mann. His other films aren’t very notable, so this oneContinue reading “Fall Review”

Summering Review

James Ponsoldt has been directing for a while now. He has more than a few films under his belt, including The Circle and The End of the Tour. His most successful film as far as critical and fan acclaim is The Spectacular Now. His latest film, Summering, is a little different from his other films. This time, he’s directingContinue reading “Summering Review”

Emily the Criminal Review

There is that time in your life when you feel lost and afraid and don’t know where your life is going. You go to school, drop out because it’s too much for you, and you end up in a dead-end job that doesn’t allow you to live your life the way you want. You aren’tContinue reading “Emily the Criminal Review”

The Sandman Review

The Sandman is based on the DC Vertigo comic book series in the late ’80s and ’90s. It was written and created by Neil Gaiman and Sam Kieth, Mike Dringenberg, and various other artists who drew the stories. It was an adult series of comics chronicling the comings and goings of Morpheus, the lord of dreams,Continue reading “The Sandman Review”

Prey Review

Disney acquired 20th Century Fox, now 20th Century Studios, a few years ago. All the hubbub was about them getting the Marvel characters back into the fold. Well, I think people have forgotten that Fox had a massive catalog of films Disney could pick from that were pretty good IPs, one of which is theContinue reading “Prey Review”

Bullet Train Review

David Leitch is a director who has been attached to some pretty fantastic franchises in his short career as a director. He’s been involved with Deadpool, John Wick, and the Fast and Furious franchises in various stages of production. He has also done a new original movie in Atomic Blonde. Based on the book by Kōtarō Isaka, Bullet Train is another newContinue reading “Bullet Train Review”

My Name is Sara Review

Over the decades, many films have been about Jewish survivors of WWII. I haven’t seen any about Polish Jews fleeing to Ukraine, one of many countries attacked and taken over by Nazi soldiers. My Name is Sara is a film about a 13-year-old teenage girl that went through a lot during this time in history. This filmContinue reading “My Name is Sara Review”