Review: ‘The Public’ Is Surprisingly Deep

Emilio Estevez’s The Public shines a harsh light on the growing number of homeless men and woman roaming the streets of every major U.S. city. Estevez doesn’t seek to preach but does send an unambiguous and meticulous message in each visual that makes it on screen. Read More …

Review: ‘The Curse Of La Llorona’ Will Scare The Hell Out Of You

If I’m completely upfront with you all, I’ve never been a fan of horror films. On the rare chance that a release in that genre piques my interest, it more than likely has some connection to a previous movie I loved. This release was no Read More …

Review: ‘Little’ Is A Whole Lot Of Nothing

Tina Gordon’s latest release Little is a complete and utter waste of time. There’s nothing to be gained by seeing the film and no entertainment to be had. I found the whole experience to be quite staggering as the film was written by Tracy Oliver (Who wrote Girls Read More …

Review: ‘Pet Sematary’ Is Great For Those Who Never Saw The Original

Pet Sematary is the Crystal Pepsi of horror remakes. The concept sounded like a great idea on paper and fans got behind the release based on the initial trailer, but in reality, the execution of the concept was lackluster at best. It’s a shame because Read More …

Review: ‘Making Babies’ Is A Hilarious Slice Of Married Life

Josh Huber’s Making Babies is a fantastically funny and heartfelt look about the transition into married life. The narrative is wonderfully realistic and relatable, plus the ensemble is solid. One would think that a comedy about infertility would be a complete dud, but while the film Read More …

Review: ‘Saint Judy’ Is A Dazzling Devastating Slice Of Life

In a sea of major studio releases, sometimes a release can get lost in the shuffle. It’s unfortunate because if given a choice most sites will always focus on the film which will garner them the most clicks. Such is the case with Michelle Monaghan’s Read More …

A Spoiler Free Review Which Keeps It Between ‘Us’

While part of me wishes that I could have made the press screening of Us this past Tuesday, seeing it Thursday night with a regular audience gave me a whole new appreciation for the mastery Jordan Peele has over his audience. It was as if we Read More …

Review: ‘Trading Paint’ Will Leave You Scratching Your Head

Trading Paint certainly is shooting for a specific demographic, and that’s the least bewildering element to Travolta’s latest release. However, if you are seeking any semblance of an entertaining escape, then audiences will be disappointed. Karzan Kader’s most mainstream release to date will likely be his Read More …

Review: ‘Climax’ A Meandering Spectacle

Gaspar Noé’s Climax is an hour and thirty-seven-minute dive into a feverish dance party complete with LSD, violent thrusting, and enough violence to make the film feel as if it were four hours long. Nothing about this experience can be described as comfortable. If anything, it took Read More …