Movie Review

AFI FEST 2020: Sound of Metal Review – Silence is Golden

Imagine living out your dreams, only for it to derail in a blink of an eye. It’s a concept that’s not that difficult to imagine. It’s this idea that’s the

AFI FEST 2020: Belushi Review – Everybody Needs Somebody to Love

R.J. Cutler’s Belushi approaches John Belushi with loving affection for him and his wild comedic talent. Although the film doesn’t have many surprises in store for you, Cutler’s film tells Belushi’s story

Back to the Future: The Ultimate Trilogy – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Back to the Future Back to the Future is one of those pop-culture films that is so beloved by so many people that it feels like a warm blanket whenever you

The Trial of the Chicago 7 Review – A Timely History Lesson

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” This quote from George Santayana is something Aaron Sorkin took to heart as he was creating his new film, The

AFI FEST 2020: The Boy Behind the Door Review – Leave No Boy Behind

The less known about The Boy Behind the Door going in, the better it is for you. The film is an anxiety-fueled, wild spin on the home invasion genre. The Boy Behind the

The Haunting – Blu-ray Review

Unbeknownst to anyone but Hollywood executives, the 90s were full of remakes. Some were great (1991’s Cape Fear), and some were not so great (1998’s Psycho). Jan de Bont’s Haunting of Hill House remake

Over the Moon Review – When You Wish Upon a Moon

Over the Moon isn’t the first time that an animated film has adapted a Chinese fable for the masses. Last year, we saw the release of Amp Wong and Ji

Yellow Rose Review – A Country Musical Remix

In the world of creating music, sampling is “the reuse of a portion of a sound recording in another recording.” Yellow Rose is similar to a musician sampling from a tried and

Black Box Review – All Problems are Illusions of the Mind

Frightmaster Jason Blum has teamed up with Amazon Studios to produce an anthology of films titled, Welcome to the Blumhouse. One of the first to be released is Emmanuel Osei-Kuffour’s Black Box.

Charm City Kings Review – Growing Up is Just Dreams and Nightmares

Taking a lot of inspiration from Lotfy Nathan’s 12 O’Clock Boys documentary, Charm City Kings showcases the different sides of growing up as a poor African-American teenager in America. These kids either rise

Tenet Review

Christopher Nolan loves to mess with the minds of moviegoers with films like Memento and Inception. He took a break with the WWII film, Dunkirk, but now he’s back at

Little Monsters (Vestron Video Collector’s Series) – Blu-ray Review

Like most 80s movies, Little Monsters relies heavily on nostalgia than being an actual good movie. Of course, I’m one of those people with fond memories of watching Little Monsters as a kid.

Stephen King 5-Movie Collection – Blu-ray Review

The Dead Zone Although The Dead Zone sounds like a scary supernatural thriller, the film is not that at all. As you watch it, you tend to forget that it’s a supernatural

The Eight Hundred Review

Guan Hu’s The Eight Hundred has gone through a myriad of problems on its way to its August release this year. The film was mysteriously yanked from its opening-night slot at last

The King of Staten Island – Blu-ray Review

Judd Apatow has built a career on creating films about broken people or loveable stoners. His latest creation, The King of Staten Island, is a culmination of all of the films

Ghost in the Shell – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

NOTE: This release is the original theatrical version of the film and not the Ghost in the Shell 2.0 version that came out in 2008. Before Blade Runner 2049 became the sequel

Fantasia Film Festival: Legally Declared Dead Review

Based on the Yusuke Kishi’s novel titled “The Black House,” Yuen Kim-wai’s Legally Declared Dead is the third adaptation of Kishi’s novel. The film follows Sean, a righteous and kind-hearted insurance agent

Fantasia Film Festival: The Paper Tigers Review

Zero-to-hero films have been a staple of the film industry for as long as the industry has been around. Filmmakers used this cinematic trope to help inspire us or tell

Review: Mulan doesn’t have the strength of a raging fire

Disney has been tapping into its animated classics and remaking them into live-action films, and they have been making the studio a lot of money. The next live-action remake out

Fantasia Film Festival: The Travelling Cat Chronicles Review

Film industries around the world have designed animal films to be emotionally manipulative, and Koichiro Miki’s The Travelling Cat Chronicles is no exception. The film follows Satoru and his cat, Nana, as