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It: Chapter Two

By |09/07/2019|

Two years ago, we experience one of the best adaptations of a work by legendary horror author Stephen King, It: Chapter One. Nobody expected the film to be as big [...]

The Nightingale

By |09/05/2019|

15 minutes into "The Nightingale" involves a brutal murder, two rapes and an infant baby being thrown into the walls of a cabin. It is completely horrifying to endure. In [...]

Good Boys

By |08/26/2019|

For as long as the genre has existed, comedies have attempted to test the limits of what can be shown on screen. Sure, their main goal is to make us [...]

The Angry Birds Movie 2

By |08/26/2019|

Now that superhero movies are no longer the bottom barrel genre of the film industry, one genre still holds that title: video game movies. This is still a tough subject [...]

The Art of Racing in the Rain

By |08/26/2019|

Thanks to the success of A Dog’s Purpose, movies about the inner thoughts of dogs are becoming very popular. There are a number of books written about the subject, and [...]

Where’d You Go, Bernadette

By |08/21/2019|

  About 15 mins through Richard Linklater's adaptation of Maria Semple's popular novel "Where'd You Go, Bernadette" you instantly know you are in for one painful ride. Everything from the [...]

47 Meters Down: Uncaged

By |08/18/2019|

The story of 2017's "47 Meters Down" is an interesting one to say the least. Initially titled "In the Deep", the original film was set straight to the DVD bin [...]

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

By |08/11/2019|

For many of us, the Scary Stories books were a critical stepping stone in our adolescence. Seen as the middle ground between Goosebumps and Stephen King, these books lit the [...]

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

By |08/09/2019|

Disney isn’t the only studio turning their beloved animated properties into live action. Nickelodeon is also getting in on that. The studio has made an entire industry out of people’s [...]

The Art of Self-Defense

By |08/08/2019|

Writer-director Riley Stearns is obviously an admirer of martial arts, and with his sophomore feature "The Art of Self-Defense" he could have showed how noble things like self-defense and martial [...]