‘Midsommar’ Review: One Outrageous Mind Melting Dose Of Terror

Midsommar will very likely melt quite a few brains in the theater. Twenty-four hours after experiencing Ari Aster’s version of he’s not that into you, I’m still not exactly sure what to make of the film. There were parts of the film which seemed to drag Read More …

‘Annabelle Comes Home’ Review: A Joyous Experience For Fans Like Sam

Annabelle Comes Home on the surface seems like your typical average horror film ripped right out of the conjuring universe. However, if you took a closer look at different elements of James Wan and Gary Dauberman’s narrative, there are moments in the film which were equally Read More …

‘Child’s Play’ Review: The Summer’s 1st Shocker

Child’s Play (directed by Lars Klevberg) is a slight departure from any of the previous releases and for horror purists that is a big no-no. However, if you were to step back for second and look at the broader picture, remake something in the exact same Read More …

‘Midsommar’ Reactions Are Beginning To Trickle In

Midsommar began a series of screenings for critics and the reaction has been strong, to say the least, here are some of the ones from last night. Love seeing these strong reactions to Midsommar. It’s unbelievably good. And tonally incredible, even very funny and blowout emotional Read More …

‘Wild Rose’ Review: Buckley Dazzles And Uplifts

Wild Rose features a dynamite performance from Jessie Buckley and an uplifting narrative about the absence of hope. On the surface, a story about an up and coming country singer from Glasgow didn’t stir anything in me (maybe because it does seem farfetched). However, it was Read More …

‘American Woman’ Review: Miller’s Finest Hour

American Woman is one of those releases that left me conflicted after seeing it. On the one hand, Sienna Miller’s performance as Debra was sensational. It’s the type of performance which gains the attention of awards voters and redefines careers. In short, Miller was born to Read More …

‘Being Frank’ Review: Gaffigan Delivers A Breakthrough Performance

Being Frank was an extraordinary experience. I don’t know how many of you have ever walked into a film expecting one thing and then getting something different out of it. Let’s start with the lead actor, Jim Gaffigan. Gaffigan is well known for his comedic prowess Read More …

Toy Story 4 Review: Positively Perfect

Toy Story 4 is utterly fantastic. The fourth installment of Pixar’s flagship franchise is masterfully constructed in that it weaves a narrative thread binding the previous three films while setting forth on a heartfelt journey of identity, acceptance, and love. To call this film charming is Read More …

Shaft Review: It’s Your Duty To See This Movie

Shaft is precisely the reason why audiences should never judge a release by its past. Although very rare, sometimes it takes a studio a few times to strike the perfect balance and that’s difficult when your protagonist is one bad mother (shut your mouth .. my Read More …

Men In Black: International Review

Men In Black: International fails to even come close to the quality of the previous three films (and spoiler alert .. I didn’t like the 2nd MIB film). The biggest problem with F. Gary Gray’s latest project is that it fails to engage the audience in Read More …