12 Strong Review

12 Strong is Just What Theaters Need Right Now. It looks like the curse of January has broken with 12 Strong being the first pretty decent film of the year. Of course, that’s all relative since the beginning of the year isn’t really known for offering anything award-worthy. Still, 12 Strong is the first breathe […]

Proud Mary Review

Unfortunately, Proud Mary Never Starts Burning, Much Less Keeps On Burning. Well, it’s about that time in 2018 when I start to complain about truly awful films and first up is Proud Mary. It’s a shame because I really wanted Proud Mary to be an amazing, fun movie that was John Wick with a woman […]

The Commuter Review

The Commuter is… Well, it’s a movie. The Commuter really does live up to it’s name, because it’s as thrilling as a morning commute. It’s essentially everything that I’ve come to dread about theaters in the month of January. From a technical standpoint, it’s not an awful film. In fact, it’s fairly competently made. The […]

Insidious: the Last Key Review

Insidious: The Last Key Only Proves January is an Awful Month for Movies The Insidious franchise is back with what one can only hope is the final chapter. However, after watching Insidious: The Last Key the only chills to be found was the unsettling notion that the series was setting itself up to replace star […]

Darkest Hour Review

Gary Oldman’s Performance is the Cornerstone of Darkest Hour Let’s be perfectly clear about Darkest Hour. The real reason to see this movie is Gary Oldman’s performance as Winston Churchill. It’s as close as you can get to a bid for an Oscar nomination without actually having a neon sign pointed straight at it. That […]

The Shape of Water Review

What Would PETA Say About The Shape of Water? There’s no question that Guillermo del Toro is a cinematic genius, and The Shape of Water proves to be one of his most unique creations yet. The director is mostly known for his stunning bizarre visuals that range from dreamlike to almost nightmarish. This time around del […]