13 Reasons Why: A Dangerous Problem or Much Ado About Nothing

The Netflix Original 13 Reasons Why was a smash hit earning a large fan-base and critical praise holding an 8.6/10 on IMDb and an 86% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. The show is heading towards its second season but it’s safe to say that not everyone is a fan. In fact, this show is quite the […]

Dig Two Graves: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, The Spoilers

I’m going to preface this with that I’m going to refer to this movie as if you seen it. If you haven’t the movie is currently on Netflix or you can read my previous non-spoiler review of the film which could give you a better idea if this is something you might like. If your […]

“Dig Two Graves”, and a Partidge in a Pear Tree. (Spoiler Free Review)

Dig Two Graves was recently added to Netflix and after watching I discovered that it seems to have very mixed reviews. When it comes to my own thoughts I would say that I did enjoyed it despite it being flawed in some aspects. Here are my thoughts with spoilers filtered out, I might make a […]

American Poltergeist 2: Can’t get any worse (Review)

The itn distribution works it’s magic yet again in getting a double bogey (worse than sub-par) rushed out film onto Netflix that I want to say it is almost passable but at the same time it was the least enjoyable of their garbage movies. American Poltergeist 2 is the third title given to this movie […]

Devil’s advocate: Pulp Fiction is a Horror Film.

Pulp Fiction (Tarantino, 1994) is a complex narrative that is rather disputable in terms of what genre it fits in, yet strongly fits the mold of a horror film with some subverted semantics. While this claim might seem invalid at first, it’s important to identify the semantics of the horror genre and how Pulp Fiction […]

Samurai Jack Season 5: Teach Them How to Say Goodbye.

Long ago in a distant past, the Cartoon Network, a shape-shifting channel, unleashed an unspeakable bit of news. The show of a foolish samurai warrior wielding a magic sword would have no new episodes. Before a finale was created, creator Genndy Tartakovsky was flung into a new world of projects. Now the show sought its […]

American Poltergeist: A Bizarre Movie That Forgets to be a Movie

I found this as a Netflix suggested film and it seemed horrible enough to compete with the Ouija Experiment 2 and they’re made by the same company. You know what they say don’t judge a book by its cover and don’t judge it by this cover as it was obviously made by a graphic design […]

Leo the Lion: The Absolute Worst Animated Film review part (2)

Please read part 1 because we’ll picking up right were we left off. Without further ado, here we go. So they go in search of the “heart of the jungle” which sounds like a bullshit McGuffin which if you don’t know a McGuffin describes an object or device in movies and books that serves only […]

Leo the Lion: Netflix’s worst animated movie. Review Part (1)

This movie is painful. thanks to Reddit for highlighting this movie as I was looking for another horrible movie after reviewing the Ouija Experiment 2. The Ouija Experiment 2, as flawed and bad as it is I did get a laugh at it, there was the ability to watch it ironically and enjoy in its […]

First Date From Hell! She Texted During the Movie!! (Gasp)

I want to start off by saying I love movies, I wouldn’t be here talking so much about them if I didn’t but I would say this isn’t were you take a first date on the movies. There’s something about going to a dark room where you don’t acknowledge each other doesn’t sit well with […]

The Worst Movie on Netflix? Ouija Experiment 2: The Ouija Resurrection (movie review) (Spoilers)

So at this point I have been practicing film criticism and identify multiple angles which to deconstruct a film into its storytelling, technical aspects, and how the production comes together. However, at this point I have been dealing out a lot of praise like most of you people, I enjoy the movies I watch. I […]

Pan’s Labyrinth (Film Review) A Fairy-tale Not for All Ages

The 2004 Guillermo Del Toro film Pan’s Labyrinth is an interesting film watching experience. The film centers around Ofelia, an innocent girl stuck in a sawmill run by Fascist Spanish militants. With her mother, ill and expected Ofelia adventures of into the woods were a Faun creature sends her on her version of the Hero’s […]

Pan’s Labyrinth Sends Me Down a Rabbit Hole

Oh boy, okay what have I done to myself? So recently I sat down and watched Guillermo Del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth and this is certainly something I would recommend giving a watch. I can best describe it as an adult fairy-tale, or kind of what fairy tales used to be like before child psychologists. I […]

Moonlight (Movie Review) The Best Picture?

Finally I can say I’ve seen Best Picture winner Moonlight. Honestly it’s hard to talk about this film as I don’t know how I feel about it. When the film reached it’s conclusion I reacted neither excited or frustrated but just okay. Being honest of the Oscar movies I still stand with La La Land […]

Netflix Gem or comedic gold? Trust movie Review

Trust is a film currently on Netflix and when I saw it I thought, this can be pretty good, or laughably bad. While it had its flaws it was actually pretty good and I would recommend. Trust is the story of a teen girl who encounters an online predator and oh my god Chris Hansen […]

Film Score Appreciation: some recent good ones

Score appreciation post. Yes I know what you’re thinking, who cares? The only score I care about is 28-3 because that meme is funny. However film is very much a sum of its parts and score is the last added ingredient sort of like your favorite ice cream topping and we all know that can […]

Cara Delevingne is bald, but why?

Cara Delevingne is bald, but why? Seen at the Met Gala covered in the silver spray from Mad Max Fury Road revealed her new look for her next acting role in Life in a Year. The head shave is to play a dying cancer patient whose boyfriend is trying to fit an entire life in […]

13 Reasons Why Season 2 Thoughts

Netflix Original Series 13 Reasons Why, has finally confirmed that it will be renewed for Season 2. While I certainly can give it a raving review on the complex narrative and fine crafted character development I think the show already holds many positive reviews and would rather discuss subjects on the aftermath of its received […]

Office Christmas Party (Film Review)

Office Christmas Party, the 2016 released film co-directed by Josh Gordon and Will Speck (Blades of Glory, The Switch) is in my opinion surprisingly better than expected. From first glance at trailers Office Christmas Party appears to lack plot but this could be to its advantage, while I wouldn’t insinuate that this film is good […]