Movie Review

Pacific Rim review: The Kaijus and Jaegers collide

When I was a kid, whenever I’d feel small or lonely, I’d look up at the stars and wonder if there was life up there. Turns out, I was looking

Before Midnight review

Most romance films have no sequels. The man and woman meet, fall in love, and we hope that it lasts forever. When Before Sunrise premiered in 1995, viewers were left

Hello Herman movie review starring Norman Reedus

With school shootings on the rise in the United States, it’s no wonder someone finally created the film Hello Herman, which looks at the psychology behind a shooter and shows the

A review of World War Z

I remember when I met Max Brooks at Comic-Con a few years back and told him how excited I was that World War Z was being turned into a movie.

After Earth review

Examining director M. Night Shyamalan’s career, I find myself pondering whether there’s something more behind the confusing path it’s taken. From the iconic The Sixth Sense to the critically brutalized

21 & Over – Blu-ray Review

Now I can get pretty skeptical when it comes to college comedies. It can be either a hit or a miss, and from some of the footage I’ve seen I

Detention of the Dead review

The nerd, the jock, the cheerleader, the bad-ass, the other nerd, and the outcast are all part of the diverse cast of The Breakfast Club no wait, I mean Detention of

A fanboy Man of Steel review

* Review contains SPOILERS* So I have been seeing these reviews on Man of Steel that say it is only “OK” and “not the greatest” film. These are from websites

Movie review: Man of Steel

*Spoiler-Free: but it will mention the stuff that has been shown in all trailers, teasers, all 200 TV Spots and what is known about Superman (Ahh, Clark Kent is Superman)*

Enter The Dragon Ultimate Collector’s Edition – Blu-ray Review

Forty years after his untimely death, Bruce Lee remains one of the best martial artists in all of film history. His final film Enter the Dragon has stood the test of time as

Movie review: This Is the End

This Is the End is the story of what happens when James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson, and Danny Mcbride (who all play themselves) are partying

Mad Max Trilogy Blu-ray review

Oh, Mel Gibson. I remembered a time when he was box office gold and a kick-ass action hero in movies like Lethal Weapon. He also had some solid flicks as

Star Trek Into Darkness review #2

For those who are ignorant with respect to “Star Wars” and “Star Trek”, there are a few major differences. “Star Wars” is a space opera, primarily concerned with the struggle

A Trekkie review of Star Trek Into Darkness (with spoilers)

*This review contains spoilers, if you would like a spoiler-free review, click here* JJ Abrams has quoted that this movie is not for the Star Trek fan (Trekkies) but for

A Trekkie review of Star Trek Into Darkness

*Spoiler Free, for a spoiler-filled review, click here* JJ Abrams has quoted that this movie is not for the Star Trek fan (Trekkies) but for movie fans. I took that

Blu-ray review: Cloud Atlas

Blu-ray release date: May 14th, 2013 I have to admit that I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect with this film. I haven’t read the book and I did not

Iron Man 3 review #2

By Glen Ilnicki If you haven’t yet, check out Mark Pacis’s positive review of Iron Man 3. Possibly the only bad thing to come out of The Avengers is the

Superman: Unbound Review

  [WARNING SOME SPOILERS MAY BE INCLUDED] Superman: Unbound is DC’s latest full length animated feature release where Superman and Supergirl take on Brainiac to save the Earth. Superman is

Iron Man 3 Review

Tony Stark is back and better than ever! Well no, not really, not in Shane Black’s Iron Man 3 anyways. Tony Stark goes through the ringer in the third installment

Iron Man: Rise of Technovore – DVD Review

In the 50 years of Iron Man’s existence there have been times that the armored avenger’s storyline can be at its peak or at it’s lowest. Iron Man for the