If this turns out to be Daniel Craig’s last turn as James Bond, Spectre sends its lead out with the action sequences we’ve come to expect from the world’s most effective spy. Even so, with comparisons to the bigger than ever Mission Impossible films constantly forcing their way into my head, I can’t help but […]Read more "Film Review: Spectre"
Daniel Craig is back as Bond, James Bond. Lauren and Zac discuss how it stands up against Craig’s other Bond films and the series as a whole.Read more "HST…Film Review: Skyfall"
Alright people, it’s almost the end of the year – which means some big releases are coming out. Some of the biggest albums, movies, and video games are slatted for release, making for one incredible last quarter in 2012. Enough of this, let’s get to our selections.Read more "Looking Ahead to 2012 – Quarter 4 (October – December)"
As the year winds down to an end, I find myself trying to squeeze in a bunch of films that I haven’t seen from the past year, all while rewatching some of the highlight films in order to compile a best of list (Be on the look out for those to start the first week […]Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is the definitive version of this internationally renowned source material, besting both the book and the Swedish film of the same name.Read more "Film Review: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
The Adventures of Tintin is a wonderful action-adventure that allows director Steven Spielberg to unleash every action beat/camera move he has never been able to do with the freedom of motion capture.Read more "Film Review: The Adventures of Tintin"
Before going on to the review, I must warn a vast majority of you all that are interested in seeing David Fincher’s adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s book series The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. If you cannot handle any sort of ultra-violence, which includes pictures of brutal murders and a couple of scenes of rape […]Read more "Film Review: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo"
Dream House is an interesting idea, not a horror film, and has no idea what to do with itself; crumbling under a ridiculous exposition heavy third act twist that is almost laughable. Poor and misleading marketing will make reactions to this film far worse then It deserves though as there could have been something here.Read more "Film Review: Dream House"
A couple of weeks ago I excitedly told my aunt that I was going to Comic Con in a week, with a big ol’ smile on my face. I didn’t really expect her to be jealous, but I was overly excited. Then she asked if it was a gathering of comics or something. As in […]Read more "Comic-Con International 2010 – My Experience in Nerd Heaven"
Steven Spielberg’s – Munich (2005) Steven Spielberg continued his successful run of historical period pieces with this spy/thriller of sorts following the Israeli reaction to 1972 Munich Olympic hostage massacre that not only captures the tension of assassination, but perfectly conveys the right vs. wrong of the Israel/Palestine conflict. The film opens amid a flashback […]Read more "The Decade’s Best – Munich (2005)"