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.

The Oath Review

It’s easy to say that today’s political climate is ripe for some sort of satire and there’s a ton out there already. “I Love You, America,” “Who is America,” and

Ant-Man and the Wasp – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

After watching Ant-Man and the Wasp after my initial review, my thoughts on it are more or less the same. Unfortunately, the film isn’t on the same dramatic levels as

All Square Review

Sports films are nothing new in Hollywood. They can be inspirational, dramatic, or hilarious. But a sports film with an interesting premise, now that’s a rarity in Hollywood. That’s the

LAFF: Galveston Review

You may know Nic Pizzolatto as the creator of the hit HBO series, “True Detective.” Yet not many people realize that he’s actually an author too. Of course, when you’re

The Evil Dead – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Although most people associate The Evil Dead as a horror comedy now, a majority of people don’t realize that the original is actually a terrifying film. Much of that has

Beautiful Boy Review

Drug addiction is a terrible epidemic no matter where you are in the world. Millions of people around the world struggle with drug addiction every day. Some people recover while

22 July Review

When you live in America, you’re mostly aware of all of the terrorist attack done on Americans. However, attacks in other countries are not as widely known. One of those

LAFF: False Confessions Review

Would you ever confess to a crime that you didn’t commit? It might be easy to say no but unfortunately for you, you just made a confession to these crimes.

Suspiria Review

The original Suspiria became a cult classic because of the dichotomy between the beautiful and horrifying imagery. In other words, it’s like a beautiful fairy tale from hell. To this

LAFF: Tower. A Bright Day. Review

At seemingly most every film festival, there comes a film from Europe that is so eerie and so weird that you can’t help but curious about it. After all, the

LAFF: Funke Review

Food documentaries have gone through a boom recently in the television world. Series like Netflix’s “Chef’s Table” and CNN’s “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” have captivated passionate foodies from all over

Sicario: Day of the Soldado – Blu-ray Review

Sicario was one of the biggest surprises of 2015 because of its intense storyline and incredible characters. So it’s only natural to create a sequel featuring these incredible characters. Unfortunately,

LAFF: Softness of Bodies Review

People are a funny thing. In a lifetime, you’ll probably meet a wide variety of people with a wide array of personalities. Yet we all know someone who has a

The First Purge – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

The Purge franchise is kind of a conundrum. The premise for The Purge has always been interesting but they’ve always been a hit or miss in terms of quality. Sadly,

LAFF: Nomis Review

Mystery crime thrillers have become a rarity in Hollywood these days. Today’s audiences focus more on event films than they do with original films. It’s a sad reality but it

LAFF: Banana Split Review

Coming-of-age films have been the rage for as long as Hollywood has been around. There was the John Hughes era and then there was the American Pie era. Nowadays, this

LAFF: Ashes in the Snow Review

World War II has been such a black mark in human history. It has given us so many inspiring tales but it has also given us some of the biggest

LAFF: Spell Review

With as much media that’s been out there, it’s almost impossible for a film to surprise you. There’s a constant barrage of trailers, clips, and TV spots out there to

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