Review: Star Trek Beyond

There was a lot of fuss when the first reboot of Star Trek by J.J. Abrams came out. People who were fans of the original series didn't really like the style he was bringing to the new film and many were worried the actors of the original series could...

Review: Ghostbusters

The original Ghostbusters is a crazy amalgam of some of the greatest elements in entertainment at the time. It began with a script by SNL veteran Dan Ackroyd whom also showed a love for all things paranormal and extraterrestrial. The script itself wa...

Review: Swiss Army Man

Daniel Radcliffe plays a flatulent corpse whose entire body can be used in a myriad of ways, such as buzz saw, flamethrower, motor boat and his boner is a compass. Sold! If Kevin Smith's career is built upon dick and fart jokes with a lot of heart th...

Review: The Purge: Election Year

In the early days of Blumhouse it seemed to be all about making new low budget genre films that could turn a profit from nothing. Each small film had great ideas and made the studio tons of money but didn't expand the scope of their film productions....

Review: Independence Day: Resurgence

Did we need this movie? No. Did we want this movie? Kind of. The last time the film industry tried to do a sequel many years after the fact was probably Tron Legacy and while that was a decently fun and enjoyable film it had a lot going on in it and ...

Review: Conjuring 2

The thing with a James Wan franchise, as proven by the Insidious films, is he never repeats himself and constantly strives to better each film within the series. Wan has stated that he intends to use the Conjuring 2 with his new label Atomic Monster ...

Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

It took me a long time to finally see the first Michael Bay produced Turtles film. From its inception I had heard of all the troubles with its production. Storylines changing due to script leaks on the internet that led to Fan outrage being some of t...

Review: X-Men: Apocalypse

To me Apocalypse is the greatest threat the X-Men have ever faced in the comics. Every time one of the X-Men's television iterations tackles the character it ends the series. What else is there to do after they face the first mutant? The most powerfu...

Review: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

I was a pretty big fan of the original Neighbors and thought it was a nice departure from Seth Rogen's usual fare. It still had plenty of stoner humor and crude jokes left and right but it was nice to see Rogen himself in more of an adult setting. Al...

Review: Captain America: Civil War

Being a huge fan of this storyline I was super skeptical when this was announced to be the third installment in the Captain America films considering it was an event that completely changed the comics for several years and encompassed every character...

Review: Hardcore Henry

1st person perspective in film has been around for a long time, since the fifties even. The cameras and techniques have changed over the years but it's been there. A lot of times its used as a found footage angle where a character has a camera to doc...

Review: Midnight Special

There are a lot of films that come out every once in a while that push the imagination and make you ponder its purpose and plot constantly. Some can be enjoyable wonders while others can anger you for not fully explaining their purpose. Midnight Spec...

Review: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

By no means am I a fan of DC Comics, I understand they are the first and their characters started the superhero movement but my biggest problem with their characters are they are Gods. Gods I cannot relate to, Gods I cannot fathom their problems or w...

Marvel's Daredevil on Netflix: Season 2

After the amazing first series to come out of the Marvel Netflix deal with the first season of Daredevil we were then treated to Jessica Jones which was a different beast tonally and upped everything in the extreme factors with these both being the M...

Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane

JJ Abram's Bad Robot production company has churned out some very interesting things the likes of which you don't get to see that often. In a period of adaptations and remakes bidding upon the dollar of already beloved properties Bad Robot dares to ...

Review: The Witch

Not since the original Exorcist has a horror film caused such a stir in the mainstream. This film has been praised and lauded as one of the most terrifying films you will see with the seal of approval from maestro of horror Stephen King himself. The ...

Review: Deadpool

As a kid I remember combing the comic shops looking for whatever caught my attention. One day I stumbled upon a book that predominantly featured the X-Men villain Apocalypse on the cover. Along with him was Cable, an X-Men I had become familiar with ...

Review: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

I've never read Pride and Prejudice as over time I have been told about it through word of mouth or come across scenes in films or heard of it in many other avenues. Subsequently I have never read Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, but had hopes for th...

Review: Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens

I have had a lifelong love affair with this franchise. I watched these movies since birth and as such my first words as a child were in Huttese as I spoke the dialogue Greedo had between him and Han Solo in A New Hope. There are many people who have ...

Review: Creed

From an outside perspective the Rocky franchise is a laugh and a joke mostly made through the generations of parodies and people who've only seen said parodies. Those who give it a chance can be pleasantly surprised to find a golden piece of cinema t...