Is a ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ Remake a Good Idea?

yes. The other day I finally got around to watching Adrian Lyne’s (Flashdance, Fatal Attraction) psychological drama Jacob’s Ladder which is available on Amazon Prime and it was wonderful. It’s a greatly executed puzzle film that keeps you guessing until the end what exactly is going on. It’s an exceptional watch for the prowess it […]

Is Refn’s New Cult Classic Movie Website Worth Checking Out?

Danish filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn has been working on a project sure to satisfy those looking for a place to enjoy the low-budget, forgotten movies from the past. Refn’s online streaming site, byNWR.com has finally been released and promises to bring back the obscure hidden gems that you can’t really get anywhere else. This site […]

K Presents The Big Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review (Spoilers)

All right, let’s review Star Wars:The Last Jedi. I start this off by saying, I admittedly don’t have high stakes in major tent-pole blockbusters movies. I don’t really get wrapped up in the hype culture and the big hullabaloo that surrounds films like this. At the same time, I don’t really consider myself a film […]

Thoughts on ‘Cat Person’, The Trending Viral Short Story

Cat Person is a viral short story narrative by Kristen Roupenian published by The New Yorker.  The short story can be read here which includes an audio copy narrated by Roupenian herself. Cat Person began trending on Twitter and has erupted numerous responses. I thought who better to discuss this viral story than me “Kat” […]

In For A Scare? ‘The Girl Who Cried Monster’ and ‘It Came From Beneath the Sink’ (Goosebumps Review)

Hello, glad you could join me. It’s finally that one month where it’s completely acceptable to enjoy dead things. There are plenty of things to be a little spooked out over: Ghosts, aliens, witches, Jehovah’s witnesses, and you get the point. Horror stories have still been persistent in folk culture style storytelling, with a seemingly […]

What to Review Next? Amazing Followers Help Me Please.

Hi everybody, K here. Thanks for stopping by, as I’ve been adjusting to a new schedule I haven’t been posting as much. That said, I’ve seen some pretty interesting things of late and can’t wait to share some of my thoughts or create content on them. I don’t really do this because I consider myself […]

The K Files: The Stan Romanek Case

The answers are somewhere, the paranormal and anomalies of the world cannot remain unsolved there must be a solution to it all. It’s a strange world we live in and it amazes me how we choose to live in ignorance and not explore the reality we live in. I decided it was about time I […]

Hooray! Graduating From Creators Academy.

The internet is filled with what seems like an endless amount bloggers and vloggers who share the events that occur in their lives, sometimes even on a daily basis. I for one don’t personally enjoy the topic of myself and would rather focus on exploring others things worth talking about. I was one of those […]

Truth Stranger Than Fiction: ‘Okja’ in the Real World.

Okja is being deemed Netflix’s first big movie. The Bong Joon-ho film features a young farm girl trying to go against the odds and reclaim her best friend pig named Okja. The film does a daring job and succeeds at capturing the hearts of animal-lovers as well as promoting a message on livestock treatment. While a […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]