Movie Review

Chronicle Blu-ray review

Chronicle is one of those movies that completely took me by surprise. When I first saw the trailer, I thought it was going to be another teenage flick trying to

Blu-ray review – Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol

When I first heard that Brad Bird was going to be directing Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, a part of me was very excited. He directed some great animated films like

Documentary of AKB48 – To Be Continued DVD Review

I’ve been listening to J-pop for as long as I can remember. The bubbly happy tunes playing with cute girls dancing in the background in their often frilly-intricate wardrobes. The

Review: Morgan Spurlock’s Love Letter to San Diego Comic-Con

Word has spread about Morgan Spurlock‘s new documentary spotlighting Comic-Con, and much of it has been positive. For me, it did live up to the hype. Entitled Comic-Con Episode IV:

NR Review: Wrath of the Titans

Alright, I’m guilty of not having watched the original Clash of the Titans film and its remake. For the remake, everyone I know was telling me how much it sucked,

‘Immortals’ with Henry Cavill lacked punch: DVD review

When it comes to action movies, especially Greek mythology-related ones, it is pretty easy to please me. I love sword fighting just as much as a 10 year old boy,

Blu-ray Review: The Muppets – The Wocka Wocka Value Pack

As a fan of The Muppets growing up, I had lots of hope and expectations for this film – especially with Jason Segel co-writing. Luckily, this movie did bring me

Review: Silent House left me silent…

In Chris Kentis and Laura Lau’s Silent House (remake of the 2010 Uruguay horror film La Casa Muda), the audience is taken on an 85-minute, one camera point of view

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Dead’

The zombie culture continues to grow with another film, appropriately named, The Dead. The film follows the style of a zombie pace that is rarely seen these days in blockbuster

‘The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering.’ – I Am Bruce Lee review

  WARNING: **SLIGHT SPOILERS** Who was Bruce Lee? He was a martial artist. He was a movie star. He was a writer and director. He was a Cha Cha Cha

“In Time” Won’t Completely Waste Yours

There are few things more satisfying than being pleasantly surprised by something that you genuinely thought was going to suck. As I sat down to watch In Time, which comes

Blu-ray Review: Paranormal Activity 3 – When Kids Do Creepy Things

The found-footage style of movies are here to stay. The Blair Witch Project pioneered it, and it was a great new way to scare audiences. The found-footage style carried over

‘Beauty and the Beast’ in Theatrical 3D Review

‘Beauty and the Beast’ in Theatrical 3D Review – Pictures Included!

Don’t Go In The Woods Review

 There are two types of horror movies that are equally entertaining for different reasons: those that make you pee your pants with terror and those that make you pee your

Hostel: Part III Movie Review

The first Hostel was one of those horror movies that I really enjoyed. The premise may seem familiar; young group visits mysterious place, mysterious place holds dark secret, and dark

Blu-ray Review – Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

The copy we had for review is the Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 2-Disc Combo Pack. The Blu-ray is available today, October 18, 2011. A part of me

Blu-ray Review: Fast Five

The Fast and the Furious series has been a hit and miss for me. I enjoyed the first a lot, the second one was okay, the third one I really

Review: ‘Real Steel’ Rocks and Socks ‘Em

Ever since playing Wolverine in X-Men, Hugh Jackman quickly became one of my favorite actors. Looks like others agree too, as we can see him in every single X-Men movie,

Blu-ray Review: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Blu-ray release date: September 30, 2011 Talking about the Transformers movies bring a lot of mixed feelings. No other franchise for me brings this much heated debate, well, except for

Ryan Gosling in ‘Drive’ Delivered the Nostalgic, Artistic Goods

Ryan Gosling plays a lonely Hollywood stuntman driver (aptly named “Driver”) who at night dangerously works as a Los Angeles wheelman for hire. To clarify, local criminals hire him to