movie reviews

“Solo: A Star Wars Story” (2018) Review

“…an action thrill-ride in a galaxy far, far away” By: Randy Krinsky One thing

Junk Head (2017) Review

By: C. Rachel Katz Directed by Takahide Hori Junk Head closed out the 2018

The Laplace’s Demon (2017) Review

By: C. Rachel Katz Directed by Giordano Giulivi Starring: Brian May, Monica May, Kass

“Django” (2017) Review

By: Martin Hafer Debuting on Netflix on March 18th...and it's well worth your time!

5 Predictions for the Final Season of Game of Thrones

With Season 6 of GoT having ended, we're ready to make some predictions for

Time Traveller (2015) Review

Entertaining epic time travel romance. by Nav Qateel Time Traveller spans centuries and continents,

Galavant: Season 2

This just seems too entertaining, original and fun to be on network television! by

Friday the 13th: Ranking and Rating the Franchise

Friday the 13th: Ranking and Rating the Franchise by Bethany Rose If you're like

Better Call Saul: Season 1 (Review)

A glorious homecoming or an ill-conceived second chance? It's hard to go back sometimes.

Oscar-Nominated Documentary Shorts 2015

A look at the Nominated Documentary Shorts for 2015. by Martin Hafer Of all

Fifty Shades of Grey (Review)

Fifty Shades of Grey is a horribly mediocre film. by Steve Pulaski The film

Drunktown’s Finest (Review)

Drunktown's Finest is a compelling tale. by Martin Hafer Drunktown's Finest is a film

Death to Jar-Jar, Long Live Star Wars! (Opinion)

For Pete's sake, kill Jar-Jar already! by Martin Hafer A while back, the Disney

Seventh Son (Review)

For the average filmgoer, more than entertaining. by Randy Krinsky Seventh Son is the

Greatful Dead (2013) Review

A wonderfully twisted Japanese affair. by Nav Qateel Nami (Kumi Takiuchi) and her big

Radio America (Review)

Considering the lack of experience by everyone in the film, it does bode well

Julia (Review)

Above average tale of reinvention and revenge. by Nav Qateel Julia is invited to

Jupiter Ascending (Review)

Jupiter Ascending is an interesting anomaly of a film. by Steve Pulaski Just two

The Loft (Review)

A lustful thriller with plenty of payoff! by Kasey Green What a ride! Erik

Mad As Hell (Review)

Mad as Hell takes a look at internet news realist, The Young Turks' Cenk

Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts 2015 – Part 2

A look at the commended animated shorts for 2015. by Martin Hafer Each year

Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts 2015

A look at the Oscar-nominated animated shorts for 2015. by Martin Hafer Each year

The Gambler (Review)

The Gambler is a bet that lost. by Kristina Aiad-Toss The danger laced, high-risk

The Voices (Review)

Is Ryan Reynolds trying to dethrone Dexter Morgan? by Nav Qateel The ever-smiling, always

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (Review)

Time to soak up a Spongbob review. by Steve Pulaski If you were born

Jupiter Ascending (Review) (II)

A twisted tale with stunning visuals. by Randy Krinsky Jupiter Ascending is the latest

Last Days in Vietnam (Review)

Oscar contender Last Days in Vietnam certainly has what it takes to win. by

The Burning Dead (Review)

Danny Trejo hacks his way through zombies that are a lot hotter than the

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