Babylon – 4K Ultra HD Steelbook Review

After fifteen years of research, Damien Chazelle’s Babylon finally comes to fruition. Unfortunately, the film is an eccentric mess that serves as a love letter to cinema and a harsh commentary on

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves Review – Rolling All Those Nat 20s

Back in 1974, when the closest things to fantasy were Tolkien novels and tales of explorations into wardrobes, Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson gave the world of nerds a new

John Wick: Chapter 4 Review – Baba Yaga Strikes Back

In 2014, John Wick was a franchise that nobody saw coming. Yet, with each subsequent film, the franchise’s popularity has grown with its penchant for entertaining balletic action sequences and compelling characters.

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish – Blu-ray Review

As someone who wasn’t a fan of the first Puss in Boots movie, I was skeptical about how good Puss in Boots: The Last Wish would be. After all, it took eleven years for

Devotion – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

In a year where we have two military aviation films featuring the charming Glen Powell, maybe Devotion would’ve fared better. Although comparisons between the two films shouldn’t be made (for obvious reasons),

Scream VI Review – A Bloody Good Time

With the lack of Neve Campbell’s Sidney Prescott and the death of a legacy character in Scream (2022), there has been some skepticism about the latest Scream film, Scream VI. Thankfully, despite the absence

Cocaine Bear Review – Coke is Bad but Not For Bears

If you’re judging the film from its title alone, it may or may not intrigue you. After all, the movie sounds like a straight-to-video B-movie flick that you find next

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Review – Kang’s Greatness Comes from Small Beginnings

The start of The Multiverse Saga is off to a rocky Phase 4. Although there have been several fantastic projects (Shang-Chi, No Way Home, WandaVision, and Loki), there have been

The Fabelmans – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Recently, several filmmakers have created films that took a close, personal look at their cinematic upbringings. For Kenneth Branagh, it was Belfast, and for Sam Mendes, it was Empire of Light. A

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When I reviewed Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in November, I said that “the most outstanding achievement of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is that it says something beautiful and meaningful through the themes

Mickey & Minnie: 10 Classic Shorts – Volume 1 – Blu-ray Review

To celebrate Walt Disney’s 100th-anniversary celebration, Disney has released the Mickey & Minnie: 10 Classic Shorts – Volume 1 collection. They include:  Instead of going with the standard collection of animated shorts,

Violent Night – Blu-ray Review

When I saw Violent Night in November, I said the film was “a very viscerally gratifying adventure that finds a seemingly endless array of gory ways for Santa to dispatch his

Knock at the Cabin Review – The Return of Good Shyamalan

A handful of directors have had a roller coaster of a career, but none wilder than M. Night Shyamalan. His first couple of films (rightfully) gave him a ton of

The Menu – Blu-ray Review

It’s best to go into The Menu without as much information as possible. With that, Mark Mylod’s The Menu is an intelligent and darkly humorous mystery thriller. Throughout the film, as it exposes each

The Banshees of Inisherin – Blu-ray Review

Generally speaking, The Banshees of Inisherin is a far richer emotional and intellectual film than Martin McDonagh’s past films. The rift between Colm and Pádraic symbolizes the split between the Provisional Government

M3GAN Is a Laugh Out Loud, Chilling Horror Film

Killer dolls have been popular in the horror genre with films like Chucky, Annabelle, and Puppet Master. Director Gerard Johnstone and his team have brought another doll to life with

Smile – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

From the outset, I thought Smile was going to be stupid. The premise seemed like a lame gimmick in the same vein as The Meg or Us. Yet, the film is scary… Really, really scary.

Avatar: The Way of Water Review – James Cameron is the Sequel King of the World

Avatar was a global phenomenon back in 2009 due to its stunning visuals and use of 3D. Although 3D has been played out since then, James Cameron continues to try and

Amsterdam – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

 Amsterdam shows that not every movie featuring a strong cast, Oscar-nominated director, and a “whodunit” mystery that’s based on a true story will automatically end up as a great movie. It

Reservoir Dogs – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

As far as fans of Tarantino are concerned, Reservoir Dogs hold a special place in their hearts. After all, it was his first film. Yet, their fondness for this film primarily comes