Overlord

Overlord

It’s hard now days to really tell what can be a horror film and what is not. In the era of “found footage” horror films it’s great to see a classically styled film like the ones of days past. At one time when you heard the names David Cronenberg, Sam Raimi, Wes Craven or John ..

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody

Queen fans will undoubtedly enjoy this film which documents the creation and rise of the iconic rock band, featuring wonderful performances of several of their greatest hits and a great recreation of their infamous performance at Live Aid in 1985. This movie explores the life of Freddie Mercury (played by Rami Malek) who became the ..

Mid90’s

Mid90’s

Joan Hill makes his debut on the directors chair in this coming of age story. Mid 90s which has gotten a few standing ovations at the Toronto film festival where it premiered. But honestly I’m going to pop that festival bubble…I was extremely excited to see this film. When I first heard of it, it ..

First Man

First Man

First Man does not make it off the launch pad. As a fan of great Space movies like Apollo 13, Gravity, The Martian, etc… I really wanted to like director Damien Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling’s story of Neil Armstrong. Unfortunately, I only found myself bored. I mentioned in my review for A Star is ..

A Star is Born

A Star is Born

This is the fourth remake of this movie and by far the best. Movie chemistry is a term that is thrown around loosely these days and Lady Gaga (Ally) and Bradley Cooper (Jackson Maine) have probably the most honest, intense, and magical chemistry together that I have seen in a long time! In fact, I ..

Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Ok so let me begin by saying that I am a fan of the original Sicario film, which really made me look forward to this piece of a series. I never expected the original to be as successful as it was and by the looks of it neither did the makers. You can see that throughout ..

Solo

Solo

SOLO I’m just going to say it…they should have waited to make SOLO. If anything else, by the end of the film you’ll know how Han made the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs…along with every other cliché he smirked through all past films. But see that is the problem, there is very little ..

Deadpool 2

Deadpool 2

DEADPOOL 2 Just as getting more and more common, if I want to do a quick review for these types of films there is always a chance of spoilers so this is your warning! So here is my thoughts, D2 is indeed better, sharper, and more creative film that its predecessor. Freed from the “orgins’ ..

Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War Ok so it took me a little while to write this but I did it intentionally…why? Well because you all would have hated me since I cannot see me writing anything about this film without spoilers. So be warned…SPOILER ALERT! So it has been a decade since Tony Stark first appeared on ..

A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place

As a lover of “The Office”, let me begin by saying…”JIM made that???” Yes John’s Krasinszki’s directorial debut is off with a bang. Although he has a couple of films under his belt, this is by far the one that puts him on the honor list. The kinds of horror films that impact me the ..