For those of you unfamiliar with the situation, Morgan Freeman is the latest to be exposed by the #MeToo Movement. Oh K, why must you defend this fiends honor? I don’t think I am, there’s two popular ideas about the #Metoo movement and both of them are equally as toxic and that’s that accusers are … Continue reading Is Morgan Freeman Innocent?
13 Reasons Why is a guilty pleasure of mine, Netflix's attempt to copy an MTV teen drama in the vein of Teen Wolf, Awkward, or Finding Carter but with an interest in the taboo. Though like many "angered voices on the internet" despite my disapproval of returning for a second season not because of the … Continue reading Reasons Why “13 Reasons Why” Season 2 is Hated
By now I’m sure you’ve all seen Marvel’s epic Infinity War, in which Earth’s Mightiest Heroes go up against the threat of the mad titan himself, Thanos. The ambitious crossover brought together over a decade’s worth of Marvel heroes together, but as proven in the third installment of the K-Files, there lies a greater cross-over … Continue reading Tommy Westphall’s Infinity War, Who Wins?
Should I be embarrassed that I watched this? Nothing against anime, but watch the end credits, or the opening credits, or two minutes of this and you might question what you're doing. I’ve been in a show hole and haven’t wanted to watch anything that I needed something bizarre to get me out of it … Continue reading Doki Doki Gambling Club? What the Hell is Kakegurui?
Emerging from the thickets of our imagination, constructed out of fear and fantasy, there exists the perception of monsters. It is these monstrosities derived from ignorance and abnormalities emerging from the shadows, that serve as the muse that guides the pen of Guillermo del Toro. The acclaimed film director and screenwriter has earned over his … Continue reading The Man Who Makes Monsters
Hey! anon anon anon. Netflix’s new original movie starring Clive Owen and Amanda Seyfried, Anon, tells Batman V. Superman to move over as we have a great versus movie as we finally get to see who would win between the Watch Dogs hacking system and Google Chrome’s incognito mode. Anon comes to us from director/writer … Continue reading Netflix Original Anon (Review)
Oh Yorgos Lanthimos how I want to love you, but sadly I do not. Killing of a Sacred Deer is not a horribly executed film, nor does it lack an interesting premise, so I understand if you did enjoy this film, and I’m certainly not attacking your opinion. You have ever right to like it … Continue reading Not a Fan – Episode #2 Killing of a Sacred Deer
The Tree The sturdy oak tree with its dispersed branches, leafy exterior and firm roots casts a symbolic image of ancestry. The seeds of future are protected by the shade of its elder tree, making continued prosperity the family business. One of the proudest family business in all of Hollywood is that of the Coppola … Continue reading The Feminine Mysticism of Sofia Coppola: Mapping the World and Painting Protagonists
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gi-FO5IIRwQ&t=333s Another boring video essay I suppose.... I want to take a small time here, though I suppose I'll do a post on the exact day but K at the Movies has almost been a "thing?" for a whole year. So weird, I can't believe I single handedly brought down Movie Pilot... in my … Continue reading Public Domain Theater – Now Playing: Spider Baby (1964) [Video Review]
Infinity: The Marvel War was a grand spectacle, ten years in the making, could a film ever live up to the hype of the masses? I’m going to be honest with you dear reader, why are you here? It’s not like everyone else on the planet is voicing their opinion on this movie and as … Continue reading The One Thing We Don’t Want to Admit About Avengers: Infinity War (Review)
Director Jaume Collet-Serra and a team of writers with not a lot of credits come together to make another indiscernible Liam Neeson action movie. This movie is… meh. The first 15 minutes of the movie turns into one of the most hilariously over-edited sequences I’ve seen. The film has no trust in its audience to … Continue reading The Commuter (2018) Review