About Noah Damron

Born and raised in St. Ignace, MI just across the Mackinac Bridge, A graduate of the Motion Picture Institute in Troy, Michigan, Noah has had a love for cinema since before he could remember. His favorite films include The Dark Knight, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Last Temptation of Christ, Halloween, 12 Angry Men, The Shining, Moonlight, Pulp Fiction, Do the Right Thing, The Devil's Rejects, Toy Story. American Psycho, To Kill A Mockingbird, Bram Stoker's Dracula

Scream (2022)

Wes Craven's original masterpiece, Scream was a true turning point for the horror genre. As the genre saw the fall of the once-mighty slasher, writer Kevin Williamson flipped the genre upside [...]

The 355

There’s the time old cliché that January is the unofficial dumping ground for major studios. Where all the unwanted, least desirable of studio releases go to die. The first major [...]

West Side Story

Steven Spielberg has previously dabbled in the visual rhythms of musical theater -- see the opening of Temple of Doom for a prime example -- but has never made a [...]

Bruised

Oscar-winner Halle Berry pulls double-duties as director/star in her directorial debut Bruised, a Rocky wannabe that struggles to offer much in terms of nuance or truth in a tired, overlong [...]

tick, tick…Boom!

Jonathan Larson quickly became one of the defining voices of his generation, and never even lived to witness it. Larson passed away suddenly from an aneurism from marfin’s syndrome the [...]

Eternals

What would a filmmaker like Chloe Zhao, coming off her much-deserved Oscar win(s) for her cinematic masterwork, Nomadland, and known for small, intimate character pieces set in the American west, [...]

Last Night in Soho

After years of making acclaimed genre comedies, filmmaker Edgar Wright finally struck commercial gold with his fifth feature film, Baby Driver, earning both universal critical acclaim and over $200 million [...]