3 Film/Franchise Ideas That Hollywood Should Look Into

It seems that Hollywood is willing to turn anything into a film/franchise these days. With questionably bizarre films such as The Emoji Movie truly mystifying film viewers on how this got made. It has almost gotten to the point where almost any recognizable brand has a chance of becoming a film these days. With that […]

This Movie is Completely Insane! The Eyes of My Mother (Film Review)

The Eyes of My Mother is an incredibly crazy movie, about being absolutely insane. The film explores tales of a psychotic little girl who through traumatic experiences grows into a monster. This comes to us from the unique mind of Nicolas Pesce who served this film as both writer and director. Pesce gives us a […]

4 Films I Don’t Quite Know What to Say About Them

This post is for the couple of films I’ve watched that recently that I couldn’t find a real purpose to write out a full post on. These films don’t share a common theme really so it should be interesting to mind bend across these transitions between films or you could just find one you want […]

Surprise July! Films You Might Not Know Are Coming Soon.

Summer is a time for swimming pools, staying cool, and the occasional blockbuster movie. July is right around the corner and I’m sure the good majority of you are excited for the releases of highly anticipated films: Spider-man: Homecoming, War for the Planet of the Apes, and Dunkirk. however, these aren’t the only films coming […]

Shimmer Lake: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Review

Shimmer Lake is a recently released Netflix Original Film, that may spark some interest. The film centers around a local small-town sheriff, Zeke Sikes (Benjamin Walker) trying to catch a group of bank robbers. However, the story unfolds in a rather peculiar way as the events on screen are portrayed in reverse, winding back the […]

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Reviewed. Underrated or Underwhelming?

Being a superhero only requires two things: The will to save the day and that you wear your underwear on the outside. This long-lasting school yard mockery of classic superhero designs seemed to be a great deal of inspiration for Dav Pilkey. Pilkey decided to channel the creativity of an immature child and answer the […]

The New Perspective: The Work of Female Directors

Let’s start with a simple rhetorical question, when you think of a Hollywood director who comes to mind? Was the first one to come to your mind female, did you even cheat and use the article title yet still struggle to think of female director. This might not be entirely your fault as it’s found […]

Satanic Review: Possibly The Most Trite Movie on Netflix?

Satanic, a film that will try to attempt to convince you that it’s not your typical, uninspired list of clichés pretending to be a film solely on the fact that they somehow tricked Modern Family star Sarah Hyland into being in this mess. Satanic, can be summed up in words but none can do the […]

Fist Fight: a Nice Hit or a Slap in the Face

Fist Fight is a modern comedy featuring It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Charlie Day and rapper/actor Ice Cube.  Fist Fight answers the age-old question of instead students laying down on the playground what if your teachers decided to settle their beef out there instead? The stakes this time go beyond having your lunch money […]

Childish Gambino All Grown Up: Donald Glover Plans to Retire His Rapper Persona

Donald Glover can easily be considered a modern-day Renaissance man, the man’s claim to fame was earned through his many talented abilities that include: actor, writer, producer, comedian, and on the music side being considered a talented rapper, singer, and songwriter. It’s been almost a decade since he decided to put his name into the […]

Trying To Make Sense of Mulholland Drive Upon First Viewing

David Lynch’s bizarre nonsensical film Mulholland Drive is an interesting viewing experience to say the least. I was warned going in that one does not simple understand the contents of Mulholland Drive upon the first viewing and that even on the nth time there still something new to notice. Here are my speculations, theories, and […]

Quick Review: Jurassic School

When I started writing this summer I promised to force myself to make some sort of review on every movie I sit down and watch and boy is this a hard one. Jurassic School  is to put it simple an awful movie.  Something about the opening credits being in Comic Sans tells you all you […]

Take Some Time To Enjoy A Journey Into Sahara

Netflix hosts a bunch of your favorite TV shows streaming them into your home but has also provided its own impressive repertoire of original content. These original series include critical praised and enjoyed series such as BoJack Horseman, 13 Reasons Why, Stranger Things, and so on. One that stood out for me was the inclusion […]

Down The Rabbit Hole: Zodiac

Netflix streaming service recently added David Fincher’s 2007 film Zodiac, which follows the reporting and investigation of the unsolved murders in Northern California by the self-proclaimed Zodiac, mainly through the perspective of Robert Graysmith played by Jake Gyllenhaal. The film is a craft fully produced vision into the hysteria of the Zodiac Killer that engulfs […]

The Invitation: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, The Spoilers Review

The Invitation is a film about a man invited to a dinner party by his ex-wife who he hasn’t seen in two years. Is this your average get together or is there something more going on with this sudden reunion? A simple premise that is promisingly open to spin in many directions this film does […]