Posts From Mark Pacis

Mark Pacis
Mark Pacis 1632 posts

Self-proclaimed "Human IMDb" and comic book geek. Biggest Iron Man fan you'll probably ever meet.

The Ten Commandments – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

For a review of the film, check out our review of the DigiBook edition of The Ten Commandments. Video Regarding the Ultra HD release of The Ten Commandments, Paramount made

Monster Hunter – Blu-ray Review

 Paul W.S. Anderson, the same man who gave us the dreadful Resident Evil movie franchise, returns with another video game adaptation for him to run into the ground. Anderson doesn’t try to

Disney and Pixar’s Soul – Blu-ray Review

 Pete Docter has established himself at Pixar as someone who enjoys pushing the boundaries of what an animated film can be. Like any contemporary auteur, he believes that a film

Boogie Review – This Basketball Drama Can’t Jump

I am and always will be a total sucker for sports films. The latest addition to the genre comes from celebrity chef and author, Eddie Huang. Unfortunately, his feature debut

Greenland – Blu-ray Review

If you have any preconceived notions that Greenland would be like Gerard Butler’s other disaster film, Geostorm, then you’re in for a bit of a shock. Ric Roman Waugh’s Greenland is a thrilling

John Hughes 5-Movie Collection – Blu-ray Review

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Ah, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. A film that embodies the dream of students who just need a break from school. As it usually is in a typical

The Little Prince – Blu-Ray Review

The Little Prince is an artistic blend of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic story and an original, compelling story by Irena Brignull and Bob Persichetti. Not to mention, its themes of

Emerald Fennell’s Promising Young Woman leads 4th annual HCA Film Awards with nine nominations

The Hollywood Critics Association has revealed the full list of nominees for their annual film awards. The 4th Annual HCA Film Awards will be held virtually this year with the

Al Davis vs. The NFL Review – It Just Doesn’t Win, Baby

Over the NFL’s 101 years of existence, no owner has been more divisive than Raiders owner, Al Davis. He was an owner that pushed the status quo of the league.

Judas and the Black Messiah Review – Power to the People

It seems that every period piece that has come out recently has a strong message based on the present political situation. Shaka King’s debut film, Judas and the Black Messiah,

Come Play – Blu-ray Review

Directing his first feature horror film, writer/director Jacob Chase is already at ease with making audiences uneasy. Chase’s less-is-more approach gives audiences a glimpse of the monster through the use

Love and Monsters – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Young adult films typically follow a pretty familiar formula. A young person full of self-doubt finds themselves and, in the end, find their first, true love. While Love and Monsters follow the

Another Round Review – Cheers to a Sobering Experience

Norwegian psychiatrist Finn Skårderud came up with a theory that humanity was born with a 0.05% deficit in alcohol in their blood. Thus, to find a kind of physiological balance,

Wolfwalkers Review – The Leader of the Animated Pack

It’s no secret that the filmmakers behind The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea are adept at adapting Celtic folklore for modern audiences. Their latest film, Wolfwalkers, is no different. Wolfwalkers is a movie that’s

Ip Man: Kung Fu Master Review – A Straight Kick to the Face

For the past couple of years, a brand new movie about Sifu Ip Man has come out during the holiday season. At this point, two things are a given around

Total Recall (1990) – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

 Paul Verhoeven’s Total Recall encompasses what a typical Carolco film was like back in the day. It’s a big-budget film that features plenty of bloody action, cutting-edge special effects, and stars one

All My Life Review – Love is a Manipulative Tearjerker

A lot of movie watchers will go into All My Life with the mindset that they’re walking into a manipulative tearjerker expertly planned to appeal to sentimental audiences. For the

Antebellum – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When you promote your film in the same vein as Get Out or Us, it’s only normal to have certain expectations about the film. Unfortunately, Antebellum is an unbearably slow and cluttered film

Maybe Next Year Review – On the Road to Victory

Life as a Philadelphia Eagles fan has never been easy. We’ve come close to a Super Bowl title, but the Eagles would always end up disappointing us. For the city

Kick-Ass – 4K Ultra HD Steelbook Blu-ray Review

When I originally reviewed Kick-Ass in 2017, I gave it a favorable review by calling it “ahead of its time.” Upon watching it again, my thoughts on the film have stayed the