Print Reviews

A slow-burn postmodern western-noir thriller with just a tad more style than substance, Into the Ashes delivers when it needs to.

{ 0 comments }

If the kids drag you to ‘The Lion King’ this weekend, at least see it in IMAX.

{ 0 comments }

‘Framing John DeLorean’ is a hybrid documentary that raises questions on John DeLorean’s life and cinema itself. The film isn’t perfect but the ambition of the project makes for a fascinating watch.

{ 0 comments }

‘The Fall of the American Empire’ is an original film with an important message. The bland characterizations and plot motives however prevent it from being the great film it could be.

{ 0 comments }

Fun ride, but I can’t give you five stars. 

{ 0 comments }

Toni Morrison tells all in this stellar and deeply profound documentary.

{ 0 comments }

A movie about listless, uninspired, confused man-children & the throngs of women tying themselves in knots over them, ‘Summer Night’ is a decided miss.

{ 0 comments }

Zhang Yimou’s ‘Shadow is a beautiful and bloody martial arts film.

{ 0 comments }

A depressed dentist tries to learn why one of his happiest patients suddenly commits suicide.

{ 0 comments }

Midsommar takes the saying “break-ups can be a nightmare”to a whole new level. Ari Aster’s much anticipated follow up to Hereditary delivers on all aspects. Funny, shocking, and beautiful, Midsommar is destined to become a surreal classic for horror fans.

{ 0 comments }

[Rating: Solid Rock Fist Up] You’d think that after 17 years and 10 movies (if you count his appearance in the MCU films), Spider-Man would be feeling pretty played out on the big screen. And to some, maybe he is, but with Spider-Man: Far From Home, Marvel has been able to practically reinvent the character […]

{ 0 comments }

‘Ophelia,’ starring Daisy Ridley, Clive Owen, and Naomi Watts, is drowned by bad feminism and too many Shakespeare references.

{ 0 comments }

‘Yesterday’ is a clever and fun “what if” fantasy … until it’s not.

{ 0 comments }

[Rating: Minor Rock Fist Down]  Found-footage horror is usually pretty hit or miss. Sometimes you have great ones like [REC] or The Blair Witch Project and most times you’ll have really … just shitty ones. The 16th Episode, though actually a rather scary movie, isn’t really a successful found-footage horror flick. In fact, I can’t […]

{ 0 comments }

[Rating: Minor Rock Fist Up] I’m not going to convince you Annabelle Comes Home is an amazing horror movie. Nor will this review try and prove that it’s better than most horror movies that are somewhere around five-deep into a spinoff run. But the latest tale of the haunted doll that was actually a Raggedy […]

{ 0 comments }