Tag "Mark Pacis Movie Reviews"

Brightburn – Blu-ray Review

The idea of making Superman evil isn’t a new concept in the comic book world. We saw a glimpse of that in Mark Millar’s “Red Son” and more recently in

Blinded by the Light Review

If you’re a fan of films about music then 2019 has been a great year for you. First, we had the fantastic Wild Rose then we had the equally fantastic

The Kitchen Review

The Kitchen was an eight-issue series that ran on DC’s Vertigo comics line. It was a relatively unknown piece of property, but that didn’t stop Warner Bros. from adapting it

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Review

“Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” has been a staple for grade school kids since 1981. For over 35 years, the short stories have been terrifying children with stories

Avengers: Endgame – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When I first reviewed the film, I initially it a glowing review. Even after so many repeated viewings, my feelings are pretty much the same. After eleven years and twenty-two

Pokémon Detective Pikachu – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When I first reviewed the film, I initially gave it a decent review. The second time around, my feelings about the film didn’t really change. For its first-ever live-action film,

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review

Love him or hate him, Quentin Tarantino has put together a prolific resume of films. Seemingly every time he releases a film, it becomes an event for cinephiles, and now

Shazam! – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Although Shazam! isn’t the first superhero film to cater to families, it’s the first to actually feel like a family film. It has the feel of the family-friendly films back

The Lion King Review

Thanks to the success of Alice in Wonderland, Walt Disney Studios has been continually remaking their animated films into live-action films. Yet their latest remake might be their most important

The Art of Self-Defense Review

If there’s one thing that Hollywood has taught us is that you should never underestimate the power of the underdog. We’ve seen it in Disney films, but also seen the

Stuber Review

Buddy cop comedies always seem to make a comeback in Hollywood. After all, buddy cop comedies have it all: Action and laughs. Unfortunately, sometimes the results may vary. They can

Pet Sematary (2019) – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

For a remake of a Stephen King movie, Pet Sematary has a lot to live up to. After all, it’s the first theatrical remake to come out since It: Chapter

Wild Rose Review

“When you’re a little kid, you don’t see the future. If you have a good parent, your parent sees the future for you.” These were the words spoken by Giannis

Cinderella: The Signature Collection – Blu-ray Review

In terms of Walt Disney’s animated princess films, Cinderella is easily one of the most beloved. Then again, it’s easy to see why. Cinderella is the heroine who is kind,

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Michael Bay is a director that’s kind of a conundrum for audiences. On one hand, his films are thrilling and extremely entertaining and on the other hand, his films can

Child’s Play (2019) Review

Horror remakes are nothing new in Hollywood. In the early 2000s, we’ve had a kind of rebirth when it came to horror remakes. Films such as The Ring, The Grudge, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Friday

Batman & Robin – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Have you ever heard of the phrase, it’s so bad that it’s good? Well, in a way that kind of describes Batman & Robin. The film is so campy and

Batman Forever – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Batman Forever marked the first Batman film in the post-Tim Burton era. With it came the film’s return to the campy side of Batman that most fans wanted to forget.

Us – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Get Out was an incredible first outing for Jordan Peele. With his second directorial effort, Us kind of disappoints. To be fair, the bar was so incredibly high after Get

Toy Story 4 Review

I consider the Toy Story trilogy to be one of the best trilogies of all time. Practically, each and every Toy Story film is on a consistent level and still holds up