• The Super Mario Bros. Movie (2023)
    The Super Mario Bros. Movie feels like a video game speedrun. It’s so fast, it’s only fitting to keep this […]
  • John Wick: Chapter 4 (2023)
    So I planned on dedicating my March review to Scream 6. After last year’s entry was a fantastic surprise, 6 […]
  • Cocaine Bear (2023)
    Bad B(ear) Movies are back!  The family of Zoological Horror-Thrillers that feature a big bad bear is most notably composed […]
  • M3GAN (2023)
    It’s the first week of 2023 and we’re kicking off what should be another great year for the medium with […]
  • Ambulance (2022)
    Michael Bay is back and he’s here to Americanize a 2005 Danish film of the same name, in true Hollywood […]
  • Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022)
    Everything Everywhere All at Once is a mind blowing multiverse spectacle. You only thought Swiss Army Man was bonkers. Dan […]
  • Jacaranda Joe (1994)
    Thanks to the University of Pitt’s discovery of Jacaranda Joe in their Archive, I was able to attend their virtual […]
  • Jackass Forever (2022)
    Without getting too sappy, lately I’ve found myself in a terrible life rut, uninterested in practically anything and for some […]
  • The Deep House (2021)
  • The Batman (2022)
    **Major Spoilers Ahead*** It’s been a long 3 years since its initial announcement but Matt Reeves The Batman starring Robert […]
  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022)
    “It’s him isn’t it. Laytherfayce” ***Spoilers Ahead*** Texas Chainsaw Massacre is hilariously bad-ass. It’s poorly written, badly acted, lacks any […]
  • Marry Me (2022)
    The big hitter of Valentines Day-Week 2022 has arrived. Apparently adapted from a Graphic Novel by Bobby Crosby, Kat Coiro’s […]
  • I Want You Back (2022)
    Two Rom-Coms hit the streaming world in what could be considered their Super Bowl of release windows: Valentines Day Week. […]
  • Kimi (2022)
    “Hey Kimi. Play Sabotage.” Each year or so it feels like a new Steven Soderbergh movie comes out of nowhere […]
  • Nightmare Alley (2021)
    “Is he a man or beast”…..or is he geek? Nightmare Alley is holy mesmerizing shit!!! Its addictive, deceptive neo-noir for […]
  • Moonfall (2022)
    For what’s it’s worth: ***Spoilers Ahead*** Roland Emmerich’s latest blockbuster Moonfall is an astronomical science fiction disaster on so many […]
  • The Fallout (2022)
    The Fallout reaches deep into the acute trauma caused by school mass shootings and the extensive road to recovery that […]
  • Flee (2021)
    Flee is an incredibly touching movie. It’s got some of the most inventive animation documentary filmmaking with heartbreaking, crushingly real […]
  • The Requin (2022)
    If you come across The Requin wherever you may be, you’ll see the decent looking poster with the shark plastered […]
  • Something in the Dirt (2022)
    The filmmaking duo of Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson didn’t let the current pandemic stop them from making the latest […]
  • Emily the Criminal (2022)
    John Patton Ford’s Emily the Criminal marks the debut of his first feature film and it couldn’t have come at […]
  • The Cow Who Sang a Song Into The Future (2022)
    Mother Nature meets motherhood in The Cow Who Sang a Song Into the Future, a captivating story of damaged environments, […]
  • Master (2022)
    Sundance 2022 Film #1 Mariama Diallo’s feature length directorial debut, Master, is a never ending psychological thriller of racism and […]
  • The Worst Person in the World (2021)
    The Worst Person in the World is easily one of the worlds best movies of 2021.  It’s my personal favorite […]
  • Scream (2022)
    “You Sick F***s, you’ve seen one too many movies”df9f00 Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett’s Scream is the franchise’s meta Legacy […]
  • The Tragedy of Macbeth (2021)
    William Shakespeare’s Macbeth has been adapted to the screen many times before and a few top tier directors can claim […]
  • The Night House (2021)
    David Bruckner’s Bruckner’s The Night House is a haunting reencounter with depression. At the center of The Night House is […]
  • Days (2021)
    Tsai Ming-liang’s Days captures urban loneliness via a keenly minimalist lens. I must first confess that I haven’t seen any […]
  • Encanto (2021)
    The newest addition to the Disney Animation Studios library, Encanto, is a vibrant musical, unlike any that’s come before it. […]
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)
    It didn’t take long for Jon Watt’s Spider-Man: No Way Home to become 2021s highest grossing movie. There’s plenty of […]
  • Cusp (2021)
    Last year’s Sundance saw the premiere of Isabel Bethencourt and Parker Hills Cusp. Deep in the heart of Texas in a […]
  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021)
    For the most part, I had fun watching Destin Daniel Crettons Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Such […]
  • Christmas …Again?! (2021)
    Christmas. …Again?! Is Disney Channel’s latest original movie and it’s their Christmas present to the world this year.  When change […]
  • Single All the Way (2021)
    Michael Mayer’s Single All the Way is Netflix’s latest run of the mill Christmas movie. It’s a product of the […]
  • Silent Night (2021)
    It surprisingly feels like many people haven’t seen Camille Griffins Silent Night.  It’s not anything great but it feels like […]
  • Belfast (2021)
    Kenneth Branaughs Belfast is his love letter to those that stayed, those that left and those that were lost in […]
  • Riders of Justice (2020)
    Anders Thomas Jensens Riders of Justice is a vengefully misguided but cathartic examination of grief. Between the bookending of two […]
  • Lamb (2021)
    Valdimar Johannsson’s debut feature, Lamb, is a chilling Icelandic tale. Starring Noomi Rapace and Hilmir Snaer Guonason, this reserved couple live […]
  • Spencer (2021)
    Pablo Larrain’s fable from a true tragedy is probably the most dreadfully suffocating Christmas movie in existence. The year is 1991 […]
  • Black Friday (2021)
    Black Friday…no not the annual retail gimmick…the new horror comedy based on said gimmick…is NUTS. I had a fun time […]
  • Last Night in Soho (2021)
    Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho is a psychologically transcendent nightmare. A young aspiring fashion designer named Eloise, played by Thomasin […]
  • Zola (2021)
    Zola is seductive cinema. I don’t remember a single one of the infamous Zola tweets in detail but I remember the […]
  • Holler (2020)
    Nicole Reigels Holler is a cold desperate little movie. Written and directed by Reigel, her directorial debut, and adapted from her […]
  • Hypnotic (2021)
    Matt Angel and Suzanne Cootes Hypnotic is not very good. There’s no other way to put it. Its more nauseating than […]
  • The Beta Test (2021)
    I like Jim Cummings The Beta Test a lot. More than Thunder Road but not as much as The Wolf […]
  • The Harder They Fall (2021)
    Aside from Jane Campions The Power of the Dog, you won’t find a better Western than Jeymes Samuels The Harder […]
  • A Quiet Place Part II (2021)
    A Quiet Place Part II is one of those films in the Covid-19 Canon, a group of films that were […]
  • The Ice Road (2021)
    So i’m not really sure what I was expecting but whatever The Ice Road is….wasn’t it. I’ll start with the lone […]
  • Mainstream (2020)
    I had fairy high hopes for this one. A Coppola at the helm, a trio of young actors at various […]
  • Bliss (2021)
    Sometimes you just want to put something on and be entertained for an hour or two. No indecisive and extensive […]