‘Annabelle Comes Home’ Has A New Trailer

Annabelle Comes Home has released it’s 2nd trailer promoting the June release. Check it out! Annabelle Comes Home is the third installment of New Line Cinema’s hugely successful Annabelle films starring the infamous sinister doll from the “Conjuring” universe. Gary Dauberman, the screenwriter of the Annabelle films, Read More …

‘The Secret Life Of Pets 2’ Review

The Secret Life Of Pets 2 is an example of a sequel that didn’t need to be made. The original film stands on its own and a great example of the irreverence that we’ve grown to expect from Illumination studios. The premise was strong, and the Read More …

Review: ‘Trial By Fire’ Teaches Us All A Valuable Lesson

Trial By Fire is a gripping drama which shows us that truth and justice can be two different things. It’s not an easy film to watch or digest after the fact. The film centers around the case of Cameron Todd Willingham and the death of his Read More …

Review: ‘Captain Marvel’ Ushers In A New Era

Captain Marvel caused me to take a trip down memory lane. When I wasn’t playing with my best friend Chad at my house on Splitlog Drive, I was navigating those brief moments where my sister (Alana) would attempt and fail miserably at playing nice together. Our Read More …

Review: ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ Is More Than Meets The Eye

Todd Strauss Schulson’s Isn’t It Romantic doesn’t hold back in it’s lampooning of the tropes found in romantic comedies. What I didn’t expect is the refreshing themes found throughout the narrative. What appears to be Rebel Wilson and Adam Devine just playing their typical roles, actually is Read More …

Review ‘Cold Pursuit’ Highlights What’s Best About Neeson

Hans Petter Moland’s Cold Pursuit reminds all of us why we are so into Liam Neeson as an action hero. It’s not that he has some fantastic physique or blows the audience away with his charm. Neeson’s characters come off as someone who could easily be your Read More …

Review: ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Big Foot’ Dazzles

Upon first glance, The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Big Foot appears to be a film destined for the bargain bin at Walmart. However, if you took a second and checked the film’s IMDB page, the first thing which stands out is the cast. Read More …

Review: ‘Destroyer’ Should Win Kidman An Oscar

Karyn Kusama’s Destroyer is a scintillating piece of cinema featuring a jaw-dropping performance from  Nicole Kidman. Audiences across the globe have never seen Kidman in this type of role, and I’m not sure they ever will again. Kusama brought out a side of Kidman few knew Read More …

Review: ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ But McCarthy Is Brilliant

There’s a reason why “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” is gaining such momentum during awards season and it begins with Melissa McCarthy. To put it bluntly her per performance is such a departure from her norm that it’s quite frankly startling. While her antics have Read More …

Review: ‘Colette’ Deserves Better Than This

Director Wash Westmoreland’s Colette highlights the struggle of women (no matter who they were) trying to escape the shadow of their husbands during the late 1800’s. While some languished in their attempts, Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette soars to new heights living a life most anyone would envy. Read More …