Film Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
The Breakdown: Poltergeist Official Trailer
I know I often claim that I am a huge horror fan, but I have a little known secret that I do my best to hide: I am a horrible film buff because there are so many older films I haven’t seen. The original Poltergeist is one of them. My mom even bought it for […]Read more "The Breakdown: Poltergeist Official Trailer"
Film Review: The Way, Way Back
The Way Way Back is carried by its performances of a few key cast members as its weak script would come crashing down without them.Read more "Film Review: The Way, Way Back"
HST…Best Movies of 2012
With our feet firmly planted in 2013, it is time for the writers here at HST to look back on the past year and reminisce about the good, the meh, and the just plain ugly of the entertainment world, starting right her with film.Read more "HST…Best Movies of 2012"
HST… Film Review: Seven Psychopaths
Alan: Seven Psychopath’s brings up the question, “Who here is really sane?” Yeah, sure we might think that we’re completely normal human beings…but deep down, I think it’s safe to say that we are all just a little bit unhinged. We all have some thoughts that might seem crazy to some people, and to an […]Read more "HST… Film Review: Seven Psychopaths"
Looking Ahead to 2012 – Quarter 4 (October – December)
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)"
For Your Renting Pleasure
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"
Conviction takes a fairly remarkable true story and makes it incredibly bland and familiar, only shining when Sam Rockwell strolls onto the screen. The story follows Betty Anne Waters, a small town girl who has a strong bond with her brother, Kenny. Kenny has been in trouble with the law time and time again and […]Read more "Review: Conviction"
Now Playing Review – Conviction
Of the two recent films with stories revolving around the justice system, Conviction manages to do what Stone is unable to by creating a compelling film that draws the audience into the lives of the characters, played by actors that are able to shine in their roles. Conviction tells the story of the relationship between […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Conviction"