Movie Review

JAWS – 45th Anniversary 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

 For modern-day audiences, JAWS might not necessarily live up to the hype that you’ll end up being “afraid to go into the ocean.” Yet what makes JAWS so scary is the same

The Invisible Man – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

The Invisible Man is one of those films that’s made to be socially relevant to today’s social climate. Thanks to “The Handmaiden’s Tale,” Elisabeth Moss has a knack for getting

Brahms: The Boy II – Blu-ray Review

If you’ve seen the first film then chances are you’re curious about the sequel. However, Brahms: The Boy II isn’t necessarily a film that requires you to have seen the

Emma – Blu-ray Review

If you’re unfamiliar with the novel as I am then the story might be a bit confusing to follow. To an outsider, there isn’t an overall story arc to follow.

Scoob! Review: The origin of the Mystery gang

The last theatrical Scooby-Doo film was the live-action sequel, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, and that was back in 2004. 16 years later, we finally get another theatrical film titled Scoob!,

Top Gun – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Top Gun, to this day, features some of the best dogfighting scenes in Hollywood history. It’s fast, hectic, and most of all thrilling. It feels as if you’re a part

Underwater – Digital HD Review

  As a whole, Underwater takes inspiration from a variety of genres. It’s partially a race-against-the-clock thriller, a survival horror, and finally—a kaiju film. On paper, the concept is intriguing.

Braveheart sequel, Robert the Bruce, is way less epic and heroic (Review)

Mel Gibson’s Braveheart is a “historical” film that follows William Wallace’s journey from a Scottish commoner to a leader fighting for his country’s freedom. Robert the Bruce was featured in

The Gentlemen – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Since the film has a lot of characters, The Gentlemen takes a bit of time setting up the players on Guy Ritchie’s game board—so expect to hear a lot of

We Summon the Darkness Review

In these modern times, audiences have been blessed with a wide variety of fantastic horror films. In some ways, you can say that we’re in a horror movie Renaissance of

Little Women – Blu-ray Review

When I originally reviewed the film back in November, I gave it a middle-of-the-road review. Upon a secondary viewing, my thoughts on the film have changed. When Louisa May Alcott’s

Spies in Disguise – Blu-ray Review

Spies in Disguise isn’t the best-animated film but it’s still a light-hearted and entertaining film. A lot of the jokes are stupid but they’re still super hilarious thanks to an

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When I originally reviewed the film in December, I initially gave it a great review. Upon a secondary viewing, my thoughts on the film have changed slightly. The final chapter

Jumanji: The Next Level – Blu-ray Review

The filmmakers behind Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle could’ve easily rehashed the same concept for its sequel Jumanji: The Next Level (see: The Hangover). Luckily, The Next Level tries to

The Climb Review

When it comes to buddy comedies, you don’t necessarily think of dramedies. You might think of slapstick comedies like Dumb and Dumber or action-comedies like Lethal Weapon. But The Climb

1917 – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When I originally reviewed the film back in November, I gave 1917 a glowing review. After several viewings, my thoughts on the film stayed the same. That’s because 1917 is

Knives Out – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When I originally reviewed the film in October, I initially gave it a great review. Upon multiple viewings, my thoughts on the film have changed for the better. Despite what

Bombshell – Blu-ray Review

When I reviewed the film in December, I initially gave it a great review. Upon a secondary viewing, my thoughts on the film have changed. Bombshell had all the ingredients

A Quiet Place – 4K Ultra HD Mondo x Steelbook Blu-ray Review

Who knew that being a comedic actor would make you into an effective director of the horror genre? Well, if you’re Jordan Peele and John Krasinski then you proved that

The Ten Commandments (1923 & 1956) – Blu-ray DigiBook Review

The Ten Commandments (1923) Silent films—especially ones made in the early 20th-century—are difficult films to watch for modern audiences. The off-putting eye makeup, the grand gestures, and jittery frame rates