Fist Fight (2017) Review

"Fist Fight is nothing more than an assembly of comic dead-ends" by Steve Pulaski

A Cure for Wellness (2016) Review

"A Cure for Wellness nonetheless entertains the viewer as much as it haunts them"

Fifty Shades Darker (2017) Review

"Dramatically flaccid and thoroughly offensive" by Steve Pulaski Watch Steve's supplemental video review at

I Am Not Your Negro (2016) Review

"Provides compelling insights from a brilliant mind" by Steve Pulaski Watch Steve's supplemental video

Oscar-Nominated Live Action Shorts – 2017

The Oscar-nominated live action shorts are here once again… by Martin Hafer I fully

The LEGO Batman Movie (2017) Review

"The Lego Batman Movie is spirited and limitless" by Steve Pulaski Watch Steve's supplemental

The Comedian (2016) Review

"The Comedian is effective on various and difficult cylinders" by Steve Pulaski Watch Steve's

The Space Between Us (2017) Review

"The Space Between Us is overly long for what little of a concept it

Rings (2017) Review

"Some of the film works, some of it doesn't, even if the conclusion inspires

INFLUXPalooza Presents “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”

"A classic tale uniquely brought to life" by Gordon Shelly  On January 31, 2017,

Mia Madre (2015) Review

Very un-Hollywood but very, very satisfying to watch. by Martin Hafer Mia Madre (My

Silicon Cowboys (2016) Review

A great documentary for the history lover and the geek…and I just happen to

A look at the William Randolph Hearst mansion

…And I thought Xanadu was just a terrible musical! by Martin Hafer This is

Lion (2016) Review

"Lion isn't too far beyond the usual sentimental affair we get during the Oscar

Gold (2016) Review

A great performance at its center let down by a terribly lopsided story by

The Horror Genre Today

Renaissance or Repeating Greatness? by Bethany Rose Saving Private Ryan, The Godfather, and The

A Dog’s Purpose (2017) Review

"A Dog's Purpose is slight in every regard" by Steve Pulaski Watch Steve's supplemental

10 Things We’d Love to See in Future Star Wars Films (But Probably Won’t)

10 Things We’d Love to See in Future Star Wars Films by Randy Krinsky

The Vessel (2016) Review

Good but not for everyone. by Martin Hafer When I checked up on the

The Bride (2015) Review

Lovely to look at but ultimately not all that satisfying. by Martin Hafer The

20th Century Women (2016) Review

"It's a lovely ensemble by three talented actresses showcasing their prowess" by Steve Pulaski

Max Rose (2013) Review

Slow and deliberate, yet marvelous. by Martin Hafer Back in 2013, Jerry Lewis did

The Founder (2016) Review

"The Founder is a very good movie, entertaining as it is incorrigible." by Steve

Split (2016) Review

"The film should be seen by those who have tried to breathlessly defend Shyamalan

Silence (2016) Review

"Thematically rich, character-driven while concerned with a larger culture and picture" by Steve Pulaski

The Bye Bye Man (2016) Review

"[The Bye Bye Man] works more commendably and entertainingly than it should." by Steve

Monster Trucks (2016) Review

"An engaging romp in a class all on its own" by Steve Pulaski Watch

Live by Night (2016) Review

"Affleck gives a stunningly vanilla performance" by Steve Pulaski Ben Affleck's Live by Night

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