Category: Theatrical/VOD

The Meg Review

Meg-a Dull The final image of The Meg is a tongue-in-cheek, punny “Fin.” If only the rest had that dad humor. It’s odd to consider The Meg’s sin is …

A Taste of Phobia Review

Fearful Phobias have driven many horror movies over the years. A Taste of Phobia is indie horror that uses some common and a few uncommon fears as the basis …

Skyscraper Review

Scandinavian Terrorists Can’t Melt Steel Beams It’s time for movie watchers to consider where Dwayne Johnson falls on the action movie scale. He’s not Bruce Willis. Bruce Willis punched …

Ant-Man and the Wasp Review

After space aliens, magic, and time travel were introduced in Marvel’s ‘universe,’ it’s Ant-Man and the Wasp that feels the most ridiculous. Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) asks, “Do you …

The Rake Review

A Nasty Monster Design Finally, someone has the good sense to turn the dreaded lawn tool into a terrifying instrument of evil. The horror market demands it. I foresee …

The Manor Review

Hokey Indie Horror Former WWE star Kevin Nash (John Wick) headlines this indie horror-thriller from Rhode Island. Filmmaker Jonathon Schermerhorn makes his directorial debut in this wacky genre movie …

Night Zero Review

Ol’ Smokey Periodically check your smoke alarms. It’s important. If you don’t, when the batteries near death, there’s a chance the alarm will continue to beep throughout an entire …

Avengers: Infinity War Review

Like Kevin Bacon? Infinity War makes it easier to appreciate how clean that first Avengers movie was. Another dozen plus Marvel outings on, there’s such a deluge of arcs …