Posts Tagged ‘Review’

Review: ‘American Ultra’ : A Stoner Comedy With Charm

Pot smoking enthusiast Mike Howell (Eisenberg) is a government agent and doesn’t have a clue about it. He’s just working at a convenient store when he’s not at home smoking and enjoying the company of his girl...

Review: ‘The Gift’ Is A Tense Thriller That Will Stay With You

Simon and Robyn (Bateman and Hall) have the perfect life: they both have jobs they excel at, they recently purchased their dream house, and they love each other unconditionally. While out shopping, Simon gets approached by Gord...

Review: ‘Bloodsucking Bastards’ Is the Comedic Bloodbath You’re Looking For

Bloodsucking Bastards is a horror-comedy that will definitely earn its fair share of comparisons, but ultimately manages to stand on its own two feet and deliver an enjoyable experience. Evan works for a corporation alongside h...


Review: ‘7 Chinese Brothers’ Is Not Your Typical Comedy, And That’s A Good Thing

‘7 Chinese Brothers’ is the story of Larry (Schwartzman). Larry plays by his own rules. He says whatever he wants. He doesn’t really have much direction in life, and he likes it that way. Getting fired from hi...

Review: ‘7 Minutes’ Fails To Entertain

‘7 minutes’ is the directorial debut of Jay Martin – a long time storyboard artist – and while he wants to bring us a bank robbery story that possesses heart, he ultimately gives us a finished product th...

Netflix recommendation – The Living

Written and directed by: Jack Bryan Starring: Fran Kranz, Jocelin Donahue, Kenny Wormald, Chris Mulkey, and Joelle Carter Teddy (Kranz) wakes up one morning to find himself on the floor, among empty beer bottles, and having blo...


Review: The Only Scary Thing About ‘Poltergeist’ Is That It Got Made

Still on my search to find a current big-budget horror movie I can excitedly recommend, I decided to watch the remake of Poltergeist starring Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt, and Jared Harris. Now, I’m a firm believer that...

Review: “Insidious: Chapter 3” Is A Mess From the Start

I think we can all agree that the first two Insidious movies were far from cinematic masterpieces, but they were fun, sometimes creepy, and delivered some memorable images. Unfortunately Insidious 3 – a prequel to the ser...


Written and directed by: Christopher Denham Starring: Wrenn Schmidt, Pablo Schreiber, and Aaron Staton I know, I know. This movie has been out for a while. Somehow though it escaped me, and I only just found it while searching ...


Echoes of War

Written by: John Chriss and Kane Senes Directed by: Kane Senes Starring: James Badge Dale, Ethan Embry, William Forsythe, Maika Monroe, Rhys Wakefield, Ryan O’Nan, and Owen Teague I never thought I would say this, but tod...