Movie Night With Lauren: Crimson Peak (2015)
Movie Night With Lauren #5: From Interstellar to Crimson Peak thanks to Jessica Chastain. Check out the explanation for Movie Night here.Read more "Movie Night With Lauren: Crimson Peak (2015)"
Film Review: Crimson Peak
Guillermo del Toro bounces back from the let down of Pacific Rim (a movie I like) with Crimson Peak, a “gothic romance with ghosts” that delivers exactly on that promise.Read more "Film Review: Crimson Peak"
Film Review: Stoker
Stoker is a creepy and sexy coming of age film at it’s heart, and for it’s star Mia Wasikowska, while Park Chan-wook proves he can excel in any language.Read more "Film Review: Stoker"
For You Renting Pleasure
“For Your Renting Pleasure” is back, compiling the movies that I’ve waited till now to see. Looking for something to rent this upcoming weekend? Here are a few selections to either consider or avoid: 10 Years, Lawless, or Ruby Sparks.Read more "For You Renting Pleasure"
Looking Ahead to 2013: 1st Quarter (January – March)
Now that we’re done looking behind us here at HST, it’s time to ring in the new year by filling our calendars with the upcoming releases (movies, music, TV, and video games) we’re looking forward to most. Big names, big sequels, big comebacks, big excitement.Read more "Looking Ahead to 2013: 1st Quarter (January – March)"
Review: Jane Eyre
Cary Fukunaga’s Jane Eyre is a beautifully crafted and well executed film whose subject matter will resonate wonderfully with fans of the genre and even entertain many that don’t sit so well with classic English romances. The film follows the title character from her privileged but torturous beginnings in a wealthy relatives care before moving […]Read more "Review: Jane Eyre"
Review: The Kids Are All Right
The Kids Are All Right is a unique and funny dramedy that is driven by its excellent acting on all fronts. Following a pair of siblings born from the same sperm donor but were each birthed by their separate moms, we pick up just after the oldest, Joni, has turned 18 and can legally request […]Read more "Review: The Kids Are All Right"
Now Playing Review – Alice in Wonderland
The 1951 animated version of Alice’s story is far from the top of my list of favorite Disney films from my childhood, but that does not keep me from being overly disappointed in the additional trip down the rabbit hole in this year’s Alice in Wonderland. 13 years following young Alice’s nightmare riddled nights of […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Alice in Wonderland"
Review: Alice in Wonderland – 2010
Tim Burton’s latest collaboration with Johnny Depp is a gigantic, uninspired, and boring mess of an adaptation of the Alice in Wonderland mythology. The story is a sequel to Disney’s previous animated version of Alice in Wonderland and picks up some years later with Alice, now nineteen, about to be married off to the son […]Read more "Review: Alice in Wonderland – 2010"