Thursday, December 17, 2020
'Max Cloud' (2020) Movie Review
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
'Skylines' (2020) Movie Review
Thursday, December 10, 2020
'Nobody' Trailer: Bob Odenkirk Goes On A Rampage, And Yes, He Could Beat You Up
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
'Koko-Di Koko-Da' (2018) Movie Review
Monday, December 7, 2020
'Archenemy' (2020) Movie Review
Superhero films are massive at the moment. You probably noticed that. They’re so ubiquitous they’ve even spawned a veritable cottage industry of dark, gritty indie takes on the genre. Not necessarily a new phenomenon—this has been going on for some time—films like Boy Wonder, Freaks, Chronicle, and others put their own spin on the material, viewing heroes through different lenses, approaching the topic from unusual perspectives. The latest entry into this fray is Archenemy from director Adam Egypt Mortimer (Daniel isn’t Real).
Thursday, December 3, 2020
'Exiled: The Chosen Ones' Trailer: Hannah Al-Rashid, Sunny Pang, And A Brutal Dystopian Game Show
A corrupt dystopian future, a world ravaged by a man-made virus, a popular game show where contestants fight to the death in an effort to cull the global population. Stop, Exiled: The Chosen Ones, I’m in. So very, very in. Check out this quick teaser trailer and you may well join me.
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
'Minor Premise' (2020) Movie Review
The easiest, most obvious comparison point for Eric Schultz’s Minor Premise is Shane Carruth’s Primer. Both deliver complex, intricate lo-fi science fiction that rely more on heady ideas and creativity than spectacle and budget. While the resemblance is there and there are definite similarities, this isn’t simply one filmmaker aping another. Shultz creates a tight, clever genre thriller that continually peels back layer after layer to reveal what lies beneath.
Tuesday, December 1, 2020
'Anything For Jackson' (2020) Movie Review