Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room is a master work of tension and genre filmmaking, every frame matters, every beat is earned, every devilish laugh lands as you squirm from the edge to the back of your seat as the mayhem unfolds.Read more "Green Room"
J.J. Abrams is back for another trek into Star Trek and fans of his first entry will have little to complain about with Into Darkness.Read more "Film Review: Star Trek Into Darkness"
Like Crazy is a very well made and acted romance that is a narrative mess and could have used a script instead of just an outline to frame the film around.Read more "Film Review: Like Crazy"
The thing about romantic comedies is that they’re the safer bet when it comes to love stories. On Valentine’s Day the sappiest girl is not going to put in something that ends tragically, they are going to put in something where it is pretty much a guarantee that the two will end up together; the […]Read more "Film Review: Like Crazy"
“Ugh, not another 3D horror film,” said the person who didn’t even watch My Bloody Valentine. “That’s such a waste of money.” Often true, but what isn’t true is the stigma against the cheesy b-rated films of this genre in concern to what is not expected of them. At least when it comes to Fright […]Read more "Film Review: Fright Night"
Fright Night is a fun time at the movies with some solid creature effects, good 3D, a couple of great turns by Colin Farrell and David Tennant, and a cast as a whole that is ‘in on the joke.’Read more "Film Review: Fright Night"
To be honest, I am not a horror movie expert, but I know a horror movie when I see one. To that I ask myself, why do multiple critics think that the 2004 cult classic Shaun of the Dead is scary? I’ve seen Shaun a lot, and I have never thought for one moment that […]Read more "Film Review: Fright Night (2011)"
The 2nd anthology film in the I Love You series this time stops in New York and the results are just as great as the Paris anthology, Paris, je t’aime. The film follows a loosely connected group of individuals as we watch their experiences with love through a series of short films and connecting vignettes. […]Read more "While I was Streaming: New York, I Love You"
McG’s entry into the Terminator franchise is an action packed spectacle with paper thin characters and story, so depending on your tastes you might get a lot or nothing out of the picture. The film opens in 2003 with a guilt filled inmate donating his body to the Cyberdyne company in telling him that he […]Read more "Review: Terminator Salvation"