Comedy
 
 

31 Days Of Horror: Netflix Original “The Babysitter”

Cole (Judah Lewis) isn’t exactly enjoying his formative years. He is picked on constantly at school, and his parents still hire a babysitter to watch him… how could things get any worse. That is except for the fact ...
 
7.0

31 Days Of Horror: “Better Watch Out”

When Deandra (Virginia Madsen) and Robert (Patrick Warburton) head out for the evening, to attend a Christmas party, they leave their son Luke (Levi Miller) in the hands of their trusted long-time babysitter Ashley (Olivia DeJo...
 
8.0

“The Big Sick” Is A Good Test To See If Whoever You Watch It With Has A Heart

There are movies that revolve around sickness that are clearly meant to tug at the heart strings and seem to only be aiming to make you cry in the theater or in front of whoever happens to be watching it with you. While I can s...
 
8.5

“Oxenfree” Is A Nice Balance Of Drama, Fantasy, And Brotherly Love

Movies about brotherhood (or sisterhood for that matter) are tricky to pull off. The mood and emotional pull of the story depend so much on the actors involved having not just on-screen chemistry, but the ability to make it see...
 
6.3

“Naked” Is Another Horrible Comedy From Netflix

Can Netflix please stop making bad comedies? One after another, I see the unfunny likes of Adam Sandler and Kevin James on the featured spot, and it’s beginning to drive me insane. I am left scratching my head, wondering ...
 
3.0

“Dave Made A Maze” Is Refreshing and Fun

“Dave Made A Maze” is the directorial debut of Bill Watterson and the writing debut of Steven Sears, and what a debut it is. Original, fun, quirky, and smart, this is the type of movie fans of filmmaking and aspirin...
 
7.8