Review: ‘The Black Phone’ Dials H for Horror

None of the most terrifying and disturbing creations brought to life in books, movies, and other media, come close to the horrors our world offers. In Scott Derrickson’s The Black Phone, these real-world horrors are explored with a touch of the supernatural. Based on the short story of the same name by Joe Hill, a … Continue reading Review: ‘The Black Phone’ Dials H for Horror

Review: ‘You Won’t Be Alone’ – Something Wicked This Way Comes

What does it mean to be human? A question not too easily answered but definitely pondered throughout history. Perhaps an all-encompassing answer does not exist. From the onset of our existence until our passing, our lives are defined by experiences that shape who we are and how we perceive and react to the world around … Continue reading Review: ‘You Won’t Be Alone’ – Something Wicked This Way Comes

Inside the Mind of a Cat: Fluffiest Movie of the Year

According to Netflix’s new documentary Inside the Mind of a Cat, cats have overtaken dogs as the most popular pets in Japan. It is a wonder then that very little is known about these mysterious creatures when compared to dogs. Animal documentarian Andy Mitchell aims to shed some light on cats behavior with the help … Continue reading Inside the Mind of a Cat: Fluffiest Movie of the Year

2012 Retrospective: Abraham ‘Lincoln’ – Vote Hunter

Ten years ago, two movies about Abraham Lincoln were released. In Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Honest Abe hunts vampires, while in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln the President hunts for votes. Let’s revisit Spielberg’s movie, shall we? Lincoln takes place in 1865, near the end of the Civil War. President Abraham Lincoln must now find a way … Continue reading 2012 Retrospective: Abraham ‘Lincoln’ – Vote Hunter

Rewind: Before Oppenheimer detonates-revisit Christopher Nolan’s Following

With the teaser trailer release of Christopher Nolan’s new movie Oppenheimer set to arrive at movie theaters in the summer of 2023, we decided it was a good time to revisit Nolan’s first movie: Following. Back in 1998, armed with nothing more than a few dollars, a handheld camera, and an idea, Christopher Nolan tells … Continue reading Rewind: Before Oppenheimer detonates-revisit Christopher Nolan’s Following

Review: Thor: Love and Thunder, it’s hammerin’ time!

Back in 2011, Kenneth Branagh set out to make Shakespeare out of Thor. By 2017, Taika Waititi took over directing duties and understood it’s best not to take the Norse god too seriously. With Thor: Love and Thunder, Taika literally strips Thor of his seriousness and puts his signature brand of humor on full display. … Continue reading Review: Thor: Love and Thunder, it’s hammerin’ time!