Samaritan Review

These days superhero movies and television shows are plentiful. Marvel/Disney is putting out around seven  MCU projects per year now. Warner Brothers, though in flux, is still cranking out the DCEU films, and animated films. And all the streaming services are doing their fair share of superhero projects as well. That includes Amazon Prime. TheyContinue reading “Samaritan Review”

Funny Pages Review

There have been a few movies about cartoonists before but none of them have been as weird and off the wall as Funny Pages. This film is a cross between American Splendor and a coming-of-age film. It has a period look to it that takes place back in the 80s but it’s a modern film.Continue reading “Funny Pages Review”

The Invitation Review

There have been a lot of films that feature a man or woman who is trying to find himself or herself and so he or she gets wrapped up in some kind of adventure or conspiracy inadvertently. And usually, they have a friend who is like a conscience type of character. The film Get OutContinue reading “The Invitation Review”

Three Thousand Years of Longing Review

George Miller is coming off of one of the biggest hits of his career with 2016’s Mad Max: Fury Road. It won six Academy Awards and spawned another film in the Max Max franchise, Furiosa. But action epics aren’t the only thing that Miller excels at making. His latest film, Three Thousand Years of Longing, is quite different from anythingContinue reading “Three Thousand Years of Longing Review”

Five Days at Memorial Review

Films and tv shows about real-life events can be a little difficult to depict because of how they are recorded, as in written down and documented. Sometimes these stories turn out very good and sometimes they don’t. The key is how the creators of the said show and or film are invested in telling thisContinue reading “Five Days at Memorial Review”

Beast Review

Creature features are a mainstay of the horror genre. Jaws has been the gold standard of all creature features since it premiered in 1974. Since Jaws, there has been the occasional Anaconda or Crawl that has come out and touched on this level of what creature features can be. Beast, unlike The Ghost and the Darkness, doesn’t hit the highs of these other creatureContinue reading “Beast Review”

She-Hulk Attorney at Law Review

Marvel and Disney have spread their wings in many different directions since they established the Disney+ streaming service. Marvel would have shows that fit into their cinematic universe on the streaming service. WandaVision, Moon Knight, and Ms. Marvel are three distinctly different types of properties that Marvel has created in the past. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law might be the most vastlyContinue reading “She-Hulk Attorney at Law Review”

Glorious Review

We’ve all had a day when we feel like giving up and either drinking ourselves into a stupor or ending it because life is too tough to handle. Maybe our wife/girlfriend left us, we got fired from our job, or worse yet, we were having problems with our co-workers and bosses, so we may haveContinue reading “Glorious Review”

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”

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”