Bad Times At The El Royale: The Best Film I’ve Seen This Year

From the moment I saw the first trailer for Bad Times at the El Royale, I could tell that we would be in for something awesome. For your reference, I'm specifically talking about this trailer: Bad Times At The El Royale Trailer Bad Times at the El Royale is about seven strangers, who are all more... Continue Reading →

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I just have a couple questions about the 1978 Halloween…

Disclaimer: I love the film. Always have. That being said, I have a lot of questions. 1. Why does nobody turn on lights? Who just walks around a house in darkness? 2. Why is there a jack-o-lantern next to the bed at the Wallace's house? 3. Why does Laurie keep throwing the knife away? 4.... Continue Reading →

Venom (2018)

Venom is Sony's newest attempt at a Spider-man cinematic universe. And, all in all, it was enjoyable. However, it did have it's problems. The casting was good, but unfortunately a lot of the characters fell flat. There was an attempt at creating depth within each character, but ultimately everything felt very surface level. Thankfully, Tom... Continue Reading →

Movie Musical Monday: Annie (1982)

Full disclosure: I have a very strong dislike for the musical Annie. Like, I really really don’t like it. That being said, I tried to watch this film without letting my personal feelings get in the way. Not sure that I was successful, though. Overall, the cast is good. I mean, Carol Burnett playing Ms.... Continue Reading →

The Nun (2018) Review

Where do I even begin… The Nun is, chronologically, the first film in The Conjuring Universe. I would like it noted that I hate that The Conjuring Universe is a thing. The Conjuring was a fantastic film based on the ghost stories told by Ed and Lorraine Warren. It does not, however, warrant an entire... Continue Reading →

60. Duck Soup (1933)

Rufus T. Firefly is named president/dictator of bankrupt Freedonia and declares war on neighboring Sylvania over the love of wealthy Mrs. Teasdale. Look, I know it’s a classic. I know it’s The Marx Brothers. But, I just don’t find Duck Soup to be particularly interesting. I mean, there’s no real plot. There’s nothing to root... Continue Reading →

The Meg (2018) Review

Guys, The Meg is out in theaters. And you bet your ass that I paid to see it in XD at my local Cinemark theater. I’ve been waiting for this film because, based on the trailer and the billboards, it promises to be a good time. And it is. The Meg stars Jason Statham (because... Continue Reading →

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