Ant-Man and The Wasp Review

The 20th film in the ever growing MCU has arrived in Ant-Man and The Wasp. Fans of the MCU are in a pretty bad funk after the gut punching ending of Avengers: Infinity War. The emptiness that took over for months seemed to cloud the anticipation of this final installment for the MCU’s biggest […]

Hereditary Review

Production company A24 have developed a pattern of releasing a horror movie that dazzles at film festivals and ultimately become instant classics in the eyes of horror fans. The track record speaks for itself with 2016’s The VVitch and 2017’s It Comes at Night both living up to the hype built behind them. Can […]

Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

I can already hear it. The many outcries from the Star Wars “faithful” railing against Solo: A Star Wars Story. “That’s not my Han Solo!” and “Who asked for a Solo standalone movie?!” have been plastered over and over on various sites that make any type of article regarding the film and not to […]

Deadpool 2 review

The biggest hurdle Deadpool 2 has is maintaining theater dominance. The first Deadpool had very little competition aside from alternative programming in the romantic comedy genre and A sequel almost 10 plus years after its original. This time around, Deadpool 2 has been sandwiched in between the MCU’s biggest film to date and the […]

Pacific Rim Uprising Review

Sequels will always have a tough task of being better than the original. We as fans have always asked “Is it better than the original?” Pacific Rim Uprising doesn’t have to do much to be better than 2013’s Pacific Rim. Replace an uninteresting lead, give us more visible action between the monstrous Kaiju and […]

Tomb Raider Review

When a studio announces plans to bring a video game to the big screen, I can’t help but be optimistic that the streak of mediocre and bad video game movies will end with said movie. But time and again my optimism is met with disappointment. From 1993’s Super Mario Bros to 2016’s Assassin’s Creed, […]

Face 2 Face Review

Face 2 Face sees Teel (Daniel Amerman) reconnecting with a childhood friend Madison (Daniela Bobadilla) via video chat. The two start to reveal things about one another during different chat sessions. Eventually, we learn one major secret from both participants and see the shame they both endure revealing these secrets to one another. Without […]

Gringo Review

Gringo is the directorial debut for Nash Edgerton, Joel Edgerton’s brother. He has directed shorts and served as a stunt man for many big projects. I always maintained that a big part of a director’s job is to get the best performance from his actors and have to have the ability to tell a […]

The Strangers: Prey at Night Review

Almost 10 years after the original film, The Strangers: Prey at Night looks to strike while the iron is hot as horror movies the past 2 years have seen big success on shoe string budgets. 2008’s The Strangers saw a similar release from Rogue pictures. On a $9 million dollar budget, the film earned […]

Ash Vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 2 “Booth Three” Review

The 2nd episode of the season 3 starts with an unexpected birth. Ruby is driving to Elk Grove, wincing in incredible pain. Two hitchhikers attempt to get her attention, but fail as she swerves to a complete stop. Her screams echoed through her car and a blood explosion as if a dye pack from […]