I thought I already knew what my least favorite movie of the year was months ago, but Fantastic Four might have just dethroned Jupiter Ascending considering that at least had Channing Tatum going for it.Read more "Film Review: Fantastic Four"
Let’s play a game of “Would You Rather”: Would you rather live in space or at the bottom of the ocean? Don’t ask me why, but I’ve thought about this A LOT, and after weighing the cons of all options, I decided the sea isn’t for me because of the possibility of waking up to […]Read more "Book Review: The Deep by Nick Cutter"
For a while now it seems as if most superhero film related updates have come with lots of necessity for heavy sighs and rage quitting the internet to get away from the news. I know I’m not alone in this. Most scowling has been directed at Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but Fantastic Four has […]Read more "The Breakdown: Fantastic Four Official Teaser Trailer"
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"
This week I apparently decided to go with slightly older creature features (also reading Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot, which both stays in the same vain and explains why I have only gotten two movies in). Both films wear their age in similar ways; however, From Dusk Till Dawn rises above this in other ways by […]Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"