Wes Anderson has made a new film, just like the old films, and you will probably chuckle at it and be delighted like the smug little shit that you are. … [Read more...] about Asteroid City Review
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Which Final Destination you ask? Don't worry about it. Lets just say that it's mostly about the first one. … [Read more...] about Final Destination Review with Fart Simpson
In A24's newest horror movie, we get the expected mix of horror, dread, and emotion that you expect with the brand. Synopsis Talk to Me is about a young group of friends who get wrapped into the latest social media trend: demonic possession! An acquaintance came into possession of a creepy ceramic hand, and if they shake hands with it and say the magic words, they can see the dead, and even experience being possessed for a minute and a half. As you would expect, it’s a great time. That is until the Mia, played by Sophia Wilde, gets in contact with her dead mom, and can’t seem to shake of the visions of the dead, even when not using the hand. In the end we learn two things: Review of Talk To Me This is a really great movie. It is a rehashing of familiar demon possession tropes, but it has it’s own unique vibe. What hits hardest is the intense scenes of violence. I was squirming in my seat in a lot of scenes, and the movie holds on to those moments for a … [Read more...] about Talk To Me Review with Jordyn Wilson
Willy’s Wonderland can be found on Hulu right now, but who knows once this comes out. … [Read more...] about Willy’s Wonderland Review
Does this Shutter make you shudder? I'll see myself out... Synopsis After a night out with friends, a photographer named Tun and his girlfriend Jane are driving home when they accidentally hit a woman in the street. Instead of helping her, Tun convinces Jane to run to avoid responsibility. In the days after Tun starts to notice strange artifacts in his photos. They soon realize that this isn’t regular photography, its…G-G-G-Ghost photograph. As the photo ghost continues to haunt them, they try to unravel the mystery behind why she is haunting them. Review of Shutter (2004) This is a pretty ok movie. It’s pretty run of the mill formula of “here’s a paranormal phenomena thats talked about on Discovery channel, lets wrap a movie around it.” It loses points for relying way too much on ghost pikaboo and disorientating fakeouts. I think they would have done better trying to scare the audience with jumpscares, and focused on the drama/mystery more. The repetition of jump … [Read more...] about Shutter (2004) Review with Dustin Goebel
Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is a fun, action/comedy that makes you wonder why it took so long to get a decent D&D movie made. … [Read more...] about Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves Review
Come on Barbie let's go cry, oh oh no. … [Read more...] about Barbie Review
Is it a horror movie or an action movie? It doesn't matter, Nic Cage turns in one of the best performances of his career. … [Read more...] about Renfield Review with Guest Host Erin Hanson
The Village was voted on by our patrons who have very good taste, because this M. Night movie still works. … [Read more...] about The Village (2004) Review
Audition is just one of those movies, you know. … [Read more...] about Audition Review