Movie Reviews

DVD Review: ‘Let’s Scare Jessica to Death’

DVD Review: ‘Let’s Scare Jessica to Death’

I had never seen “Let’s Scare Jessica to Death” before so went in with no expectations. The 1971 film is the directorial debut of John D. Hancock who would go on to direct films like “Bang the Drum Slowly” (which had a cast that would go on to become hugely famous and...

DVD Review: ‘Body Parts’

DVD Review: ‘Body Parts’

In the late 80’s and early 90’s was an interesting time for horror movies. While there certainly a number of great movies from that era there were also a massive amount of movies that were trying something different that walked a fine line between serious horror and...

‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Review: What a Sequel Should Be

‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Review: What a Sequel Should Be

Sequels are tricky things, and rarely are they done right. That holds even more true for sequels to films that we grew up with and loved. Iconic films such as Terminator hold a fond place in our hearts (for many of us). A “true” sequel to that franchise...

‘Joker’ Review: Mental Illness Isn’t a Joke

‘Joker’ Review: Mental Illness Isn’t a Joke

I had so many thoughts I wanted to share after seeing the Joker. And being full of so much to say makes this one of the more difficult reviews I’ve written. But I feel passionate about what I have to say, and I feel like a lot of other critics are ignoring the...

‘Ad Astra’ Review: A Beautiful Yet Monotonous Film

‘Ad Astra’ Review: A Beautiful Yet Monotonous Film

I went into Ad Astra blind. I hadn’t seen the trailer, and I wasn’t familiar with the storyline. This is one of the first films in awhile I’ve approached without expectations. Did it make a difference for me? Not really. Perhaps, I’m less...

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