Tag: movie review

Deadpool Review

Deadcool Deadpool needs to exist. Rather, he needs to exist now, alongside the whirlpool of studio-safe superhero blockbusters where he can lampoon, laugh, and make reference to their stupidity. …

Creed Review

Welcome back, Rock Consider that Creed must seriously integrate the events of of Rocky IV’s gonzo Cold War spectacle. It must also accept that Rocky Balboa once purchased a …

Queen Crab Review

Crabby Crabbe County has a crab problem. Hmm. Oh, that’s the joke. If anything is to be said for Queen Crab’s existence, the ability this feature has to resurrect …

Nocturna Review

Ancient vampires feud in a New Orleans soaked in the blood of their victims While the concept sounds suspiciously close to the CW’s Originals television show, director Buz Alexander …

The Martian Review

Matt Damon Looks at Earth with Envious Eyes Inspiring and playful, The Martian is the least cynical of Hollywood’s space epics. Trapped astronaut Mark Watney’s (Matt Damon) bright demeanor …

Apartment Troubles Review

Definitely trouble Apartment Troubles was originally titled Trouble Dolls. The latter is more appropriate. The two women in the film have more issues than their New York apartment. Jess …

Terminator Genisys Review

Please, don’t be back Sarah Connor has never been this weak. Doughy eyed, smitten like a teen, and uncharacteristically attached to her “Pop.” She’s sexualized. She’s endlessly protected. She’s …

The House With 100 Eyes Review

A smart, graphic snuff film with black humor Independent horror is littered with bad films based on half-baked concepts. That is why it is refreshing to come across The …

Mad Max: Fury Road Review

So Mad, So Furious Engines rev before a frame of actual film cuts across the screen. Mad Max: Fury Road can’t wait so it begins with the studio splash …

Dinosaur Island (2014) Review

Sink this island Despite a plethora of feathered reptiles, Dinosaur Island’s camp excitement is an interest killer. Borrowing a litany of classical sci-fi cliches from Conan Doyle and Jules …

Murder of a Cat Review

Sam Raimi’s wife directs this dull “comic” mystery Producer Sam Raimi must have called in some very big favors to sign this talented cast on a movie with such …

St. Vincent Blu-ray Review

St. Ruin Your Day with Drama Bill Murray is a bit of a louse – in St. Vincent anyway. It’s actually difficult to see Murray, effortlessly funny and cheery …