“Annihilation” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Annihilation finally allows me to say what's been on the tip of

“Samson” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Samson presents an intriguing diversion for Pure Flix, the faith-based studio that

“Black Panther” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Black Panther is a rousing good time at the movies, visually intoxicating,

“The 15:17 to Paris” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Every few years, a big studio decides to roll the dice

“Fifty Shades Freed” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski When the credits of Fifty Shades Freed rolled, concluding a film that only

“Winchester” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski The last four months have not been kind to the Spierig

’85: The Greatest Team in Football History (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski As I settled in to watch '85: The Greatest Team in Football

Forever My Girl (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Alongside love stories, you could argue that stories about redemption are

12 Strong (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski In the wake of the September 11th terrorist attacks, when most

Phantom Thread (2017) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Eight films into what has been an accomplished career, Paul Thomas

“Call Me by Your Name” (2017) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Elio is a 17-year-old Jewish boy, soaking up all the rays

Proud Mary (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Proud Mary is as bland as gas station coffee and as generic

Paddington 2 (2017) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Paddington Bear is like the Curious George for advanced pupils. His

I, Tonya (2017) Review

By: Steve Pulaski When it comes to a popular story, be it one revolving

Bright (2017) Review

By: Steve Pulaski David Ayer's Bright has been marketed as Netflix's first foray into blockbusters or

The Shape of Water (2017) Review

By: Steve Pulaski One could make the argument The Shape of Water is this year's La La

The Evolution of Film Noir: A Look at Mood in “The Maltese Falcon” (1941) and “Touch of Evil” (1958)

By: Randy Krinsky Filmmaker Paul Schrader once said that film noir is not a

“Downsizing” (2017) Review

"Downsizing is an unfortunate bait-and-switch" By: Steve Pulaski Alexander Payne is second only to Woody

Father Figures (2017) Review

"J. K. Simmons, Terry Bradshaw save "Father Figures" with charismatic performances" By: Steve Pulaski

Pitch Perfect 3 (2017) Review

"Pitch Perfect 3" hits several wrong notes with a brutal encore By: Steve Pulaski

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review (2017)

"Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" is lame proof that Hollywood will gamble on any

The Disaster Artist (2017)

"The Disaster Artist is worthy of some 'hi marks' By: Steve Pulaski Tommy Wiseau's famous

Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) Review

"The Last Jedi dares to take the iconic Star Wars franchise to new, riskier heights"

Darken (2017) Review

A well made sci-fi with a sense of something more. by C. Rachel Katz

The Light of the Moon (2017) Review

Dangerous, beautiful and alive. by Randy Krinsky Recently, I had the pleasure of attending a

Buckout Road (2017) Review

A film without proper direction. by C. Rachel Katz Blood in the Snow Film

Once Upon a Time at Christmas (2017) Review

Shines as a slasher movie. by C. Rachel Katz On the first day of

Fake Blood (2017) Review

Everything about this movie is good! by C. Rachel Katz I'm here faced with

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