Film Review- Happy Death Day (2017)

Into the realm of fun slasher films comes HAPPY DEATH DAY, a film that shoots its way into box office mayhem, but doesn’t take itself too seriously. Christopher B. Landon, the ‘Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse’ director helmed this thriller and gave it a new direction in fear we haven’t been given before. It … Continue reading Film Review- Happy Death Day (2017)

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Film Review- Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

In a way, it feels like BATMAN VS SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE is a filler film for more to come. The substance of the film was more dull than it was gripping, but it manages to keep our attention, nonetheless. As someone who was never deep into the comics, seeing the film was a bittersweet … Continue reading Film Review- Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

Film Review- Let Us Prey (2014)

Brian O'Malley brings us a sick British-Irish horror  that centers around the sins of humans to its core with the slim hope of redemption. In LET US PREY, a rookie police cadet, Rachel Heggie (Pollyanna McIntosh), awakens from a nightmare about her past before heading out to start her work at a remote and eerie … Continue reading Film Review- Let Us Prey (2014)

Film Review- Gerald’s Game (2017)

I'm kicking off my venture into horror this month with the latest Stephen King adaptation, GERALD'S GAME. A Netflix original film, GERALD'S GAME is a rock solid psychological thriller. The worst kind of horror has to be when your fears and deep troubles begin to manifest themselves into what seems like reality. In the film, … Continue reading Film Review- Gerald’s Game (2017)

THE DARK TOWER: A Comparison and Review with Friends

Stephen King's magnum opus series The Dark Tower was given the big screen treatment last month when it was unveiled to fans and non fans alike. I'll be honest, I have no interest in seeing the film, much less dusting off books from a shelf to get into the series. So instead I decided to sit … Continue reading THE DARK TOWER: A Comparison and Review with Friends

Film Review – Death Note (2017)

Netflix has finally unveiled to us its live-action adaptation of the super famous Japanese manga written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. I'll try to keep this short and sweet. You can look at Netflix's DEATH NOTE in one of two ways: viewing it as merely a film with no attachment whatsoever to its source, … Continue reading Film Review – Death Note (2017)

Film Review – Before Sunrise (1995)

Finally, a romance film up for discussion! Truthfully, I'm a hopeless romantic, haha. I dabble with the rom-coms from time to time and more so the critically romantic classics. Others I like are those "in between" movies. They're not the masterpiece classics, but they're not sappy, cheesy comedies... It's that blissful balance of a conversation … Continue reading Film Review – Before Sunrise (1995)