It Comes At Night is another impressive effort from Trey Edward Shults, in his sophomore effort, creating a tense drama set in the backwoods of a dystopian future.Read more "Film Review: It Comes At Night"
Loving is another great film by Jeff Nichols, who tells this true story about the power of love with a quiet beauty that you won’t be able to resist.Read more "Film Review: Loving"
Midnight Special is another great film from Jeff Nichols, who continues to prove he is one of the best young directors to watch; especially when he’s in the sci-fi genre.Read more "Midnight Special"
Jane Got a Gun is an almost great survival western, but this clever story feels just a bit too small on the production side at times while not quite coming together for half its runtime.Read more "Jane Got a Gun"
The Gift is a twisted little thriller that never tries to be more than it is and had me guessing until I was supposed to put it all together.Read more "Film Review: The Gift"
Baz Luhrmann brings The Great Gatsby to the big screen with a style and visual wonder that is irresistible, even when the story doesn’t connect as firmly as it could.Read more "Film Review: The Great Gatsby"
Zero Dark Thirty is the gripping true life account of the hunt for Osama bin Laden and Kathryn Bigelow superbly tells that story through the eyes of our protagonist Maya.Read more "Film Review: Zero Dark Thirty"
The Thing prequel from Matthijs van Heijningen Jr. is not only a worthy follow up to John Carpenter’s 1982 film but is also able to blaze enough of its own path while seamlessly connecting to its “follow up.”Read more "Film Review: The Thing (2011)"
If any of you read my “For Your Renting Pleasure” post from last week then you would have seen that I just watched the original The Thing (1982), and though I didn’t get the appeal of that film, I was not going to let it stomp out my excitement for this prequel.Read more "Film Review: The Thing"
Warrior is a fine family drama surrounded by the world of MMA and works quite well on all levels and will have you on the edge of your seat in the end.Read more "Film Review: Warrior"