When it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’ve grown accustomed to a certain heightened world. Yes it’s filled with superhuman beings, dancing trees and futuristic scientific and technological advances, but everything still feels grounded in this reality. Until now. Now, things have changed. Now, things are strange.Read more "Film Review: Doctor Strange"
A Bigger Splash is one of the year’s very best films, with top notch performances from everyone in the core four of the cast.Read more "Film Review: A Bigger Splash"
Hail, Caesar! is the latest from the Coen Brothers, and while it is funny and entertaining from start to finish it might have you asking what it all meant at the end (a common Coen paradox).Read more "Hail, Caesar!"
When deciding between the Trainwreck and Ant-Man screenings this week the choice was easy seeing as Amy Schumer should easily destroy a man who shrinks in size when he gets action. Yet, as funny as it is, Trainwreck isn’t quite the sure thing I expected it to be.Read more "Film Review: Trainwreck"
A week or two has passed now since most sites have posted their end of the year write-ups, and I still find myself debating what to put on my movie list. After much self degradation I have finally come to terms with the fact that my list will be nothing like that of the Oscar’s […]Read more "HST 2014 in Review: Movies"
Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel finds him operating at the peak of his powers and as confident as he’s ever been.Read more "Film Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel"
The latest entry from Wes Anderson is another pretty great work for his filmography as Moonrise Kingdom might be his weirdest and most exciting film yet.Read more "Film Review: Moonrise Kingdom"
Hello internet perusers! We are back with round 2 of the four part year break down of things to come. Between April and June, the writers on HST have plenty that we are looking forward to in movies, music, and games,, and we want to share them with you. No, none of these are April […]Read more "Looking Ahead to 2012: Quarter 2 (April – June)"
The new Narnia has left the mouse house and landed at Fox (and in 3D) and the results are a clumsy adventure that takes more than a couple steps back from the very good Prince Caspian. Dropping the two older Pevensie siblings and replacing them with their annoying cousin (who’s name sounds like useless, which […]Read more "Review: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader"