Posts From Mark Pacis

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

LAFF: Stuntman Review

As The Rock so eloquently said in his speech prior to the world premiere of Stuntman, stuntmen and women are the backbones of this industry. He’s never been more correct.

LAFF: Ghost Light Review

Those of you who aren’t into theater may not know of the Macbeth curse. The curse is basically the superstition that you cannot say the word Macbeth in a theater

LAFF: The Dead Center Review

Low budget horror films have been a staple in the film industry for as long as the industry has been around. If it weren’t for them we wouldn’t have Halloween

American Psycho – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

On the surface, American Psycho seems like a dark thriller about a serial killer. The dark and serial killer part is correct, but this film isn’t a thriller at all.

Love, Gilda Review

You’ve heard of Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, and Melissa McCarthy. But have you heard of Gilda Radner? Chances are you probably haven’t. But know that without Gilda Radner then we

Halloween – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

It may not seem like it nowadays, but Halloween was an incredibly influential horror film. The film helped popularize the slasher genre and became Hollywood’s first horror franchise. Halloween provided

Ten films worth checking out at LA Film Festival 2018

With LA Film Festival starting tomorrow, we’ve put together a list of ten programs that you should check out during the fest. We cover a wide array of subjects and

The ’90s are back once again in the new Captain Marvel trailer

It has been quite a fortuitous for Marvel Studios. This year alone we’ve seen Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War rake in a lot of dough at a record-breaking pace.

The House with a Clock in Its Walls Review

Eli Roth has given us some of the most unique horror films over the past two decades. From Cabin Fever to Hostel, Roth essentially helped usher in the cinematic boom

Solo: A Star Wars Story – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Despite the lackluster box office numbers, we still had fun with Solo: A Star Wars Story when we saw it. When watching it a second time, the film lost a

White Boy Rick Review

The 80s were a crazy time in American history. A decade full of excess, drugs, and sex. In the city of Detroit, drugs and guns reign supreme. During this time,

Lizzie Review

Many urban legends have been told about the notorious ax murderer, Lizzie Borden. As you may have heard, Borden was accused of killing her family members with an ax. Since

The Predator Review

When Predator was released in 1987, it became an instant hit due to its unique mix of sci-fi and action elements. Unfortunately, Fox hasn’t been able to recapture the magic

Uncle Drew – Blu-ray Review

Uncle Drew first came onto the scene as a short promotional film for Pepsi. No one expected that Hollywood would make a feature-length film about this character. Yet here we

Kusama: Infinity Review

The Infinity Room is one of the most Instagrammed posts in recent memory. With lightbulbs and mirrors simulating the stars in the sky, it’s easy to see why. Yet not

Predator – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

We may know of the Predator as the galaxy’s most dangerous hunters. However, as you watch begin to watch the film, it doesn’t seem like a sci-fi film. It seems

Hereditary – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Hereditary kind of snuck up on audiences during the summer. No one knew anything about it until it became one of the best horror films of the decade. Be that

Jack Ryan: 5-Film Collection – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

The Hunt for Red October Jack Ryan introduced himself with a bang by giving us the best film in the entire franchise. Behind an incredible cast of prolific actors, The

Deadpool 2 (Super Duper [email protected]%!#& Cut) – Blu-ray Review

Although we gave Deadpool 2 a slightly favorable review back in May, the film still had some major issues. One of those issues was the lack of screentime for a

Papillon Review

Unless you’ve seen original Papillon with Steve McQueen, Henri Charrière might be a name that you may not recognize. If you’ve never heard of him then you must know his tale.