Tag "Mark Pacis Movie Reviews"

Crimson Peak – Blu-ray Review

Crimson Peak is a return to form for the horror maestro. The film is an eerie tale of intrigue, secrets, and Gothic romance. While current horror audiences will be put off

How to Be Single Review

The dating game has changed significantly for millennials. Romantic comedies haven’t really caught up with the changing times. When most romantic comedies rush towards a happy ending, it fails to

Deadpool Review

Deadpool has had a very weird and tumultuous path to the big screen. The illegitimate faux-Deadpool first appeared on the big screen in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Ryan Reynolds has spent

The Forest Review

At the base of Mount Fuji is Japan’s Aokigahara Forest or as it’s alternatively called, the Suicide Forest. It’s a location that’s infamously known for the inordinate number of people

The Green Inferno – Blu-ray Review

Eli Roth is the master of the “torture porn” subgenre of horror films. When it was announced that Eli Roth would be creating a film around college students being eaten

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation – Blu-ray Review

2015 should be known as the year of the spy film. Along with Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, there’s Kingsman: The Secret Service, SPECTRE, Spy, and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. That’s five spy films that came

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

After Disney announced Episode VII back in 2012, many fans were clearly excited about the prospect of the original stars coming back for the next chapter in the Star Wars

In the Heart of the Sea Review

Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick” is one of the most iconic American novels ever written. Although the true story that inspired “Moby-Dick” is just as awe-inspiring as the book itself. In the

Aladdin Diamond Edition – Blu-ray Review

To say that people in North America have been patiently waiting for a Blu-ray release of Aladdin would be a huge understatement. Many people have resorted to purchasing the region-free UK

Creed Review

The Rocky franchise has been through a funk recently with its past two films, Rocky V and Rocky Balboa. It’s a franchise that should’ve thrown in the towel after V

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Extended Edition – Blu-ray Review

Peter Jackson gained a lot of criticism for splitting The Hobbit into three films instead of two. Although the split wasn’t necessary, it seemed to help Five Armies the most.

Terminator Genisys – Blu-ray Review

When Arnold was slated to return to the Terminator franchise, there was a lot riding on it becoming a hit. The last two films, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and Terminator

SPECTRE Review

To say that Bond fans have been patiently waiting for EON Productions to regain the rights to SPECTRE would be an understatement. The nefarious rival organization hasn’t been seen on

Crimson Peak Review

Much of Guillermo del Toro’s filmography is revolved around horror, yet his best work in horror has been his films done in Spanish. Cronos and The Devil’s Backbone are all incredible films that

Ryuzo and His Seven Henchmen – LA Eigafest Review

Early in his career, Kitano took part in a lot of comedies and variety shows such as “Sekai Marumie” or “Takeshi’s Castle” – the footage used for the show “MXC: Most Extreme

Maestro! – LA EigaFest Review

There’s something about films that inspires people. Top Gun inspired a generation of fighter pilots, Chef did the same for culinary chefs. Shotaro Kobayashi’s Maestro! is the type of film

Monkey Kingdom – Blu-ray Review

Set in the majestic country of Sri Lanka, Monkey Kingdom follows the macaque, Maya, as she goes through an underdog story of forbidden love and social climbing. Yes, you read

Cinderella – Blu-ray Review

“Have courage and be kind.” It’s a saying that perfectly describes Disney’s approach to their beloved animated film, Cinderella. Disney’s courage to create a live-action adaptation while being respectful to

LEGO Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom! – Blu-ray Review

The DC animated multiverses continue to create a myriad of films that caters to both kids and adults. Along with Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem, LEGO Justice League: Attack of the Legion

Sinister 2 Review

When the first Sinister came out in 2012, both critics and audiences liked the film for its uniqueness. The film had a superb mix of jump scares and uneasiness. It