Re-Animator: A Unique Film From a Forgotten Era

Director Stuart Gordon, known for his work in experimental theater and horror films, passed away earlier this year. When he passed, I decided to look into some of his...

The KFC Detective: A Review of Rian Johnson’s Knives Out

As a reader who’s unfamiliar with most of Agatha Christie’s novels, I didn’t come into Rian Johnson’s Knives Out with any expectations. I admired Johnson’s previous projects, including Looper and even parts of The...

Energy Somewhere Else: A Review of ‘The Way Back’

Going into dir. Gavin O’ Connor’s The Way Back, I was expecting a typical sports movie with the addition of character drama focusing on a man’s battle with alcoholism. While the Way...
The Invisible Man Movie Review

Always in Control: A Review of ‘The Invisible Man’

Horror movies always have a moment where someone looks around a space or is startled by a sound in the basement. The lighting in these scenes is often dark,...
Call of the Wild Movie Review

Beaten but Not Broken: A Review of ‘Call of the Wild’

Call of the Wild is a fine film that fits into more of the era when Disney was making films such as 2005’s The Country Bears. It mixes both...

A Review of Greta Gerwig’s Little Women

If by any chance, you’ve never read the classic tale written by Louisa May Alcott from the 1800’s, or seen any of its prior film adaptations, last year’s 2019...
Killing Jokes and Taking Names: A Review of Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

Killing Jokes and Taking Names: A Review of Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous...

Birds of Prey is a wonderful yet shockingly violent comic book film from the world of D.C. The film shows what happened after the unpredictable Harley Quinn broke up...
'Watch Where You’re Going’: A Review of Sam Mendes’ 1917

‘Watch Where You’re Going’: A Review of Sam Mendes’ 1917

Within the first twenty minutes of 1917, I’ve noticed that there was hardly any dialogue in the film. I was also enraptured by the horrific landscapes and overwhelming wide...

Indie Spotlight

Hi everyone! I’m Roesha’ Godbolt and this is Indie Spotlight. Once again I’m going to pick out some indie films that are: 1. Not romantic comedies that fit with...
Poetry Rhymes: A Review of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Poetry Rhymes: A Review of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Ever since 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi, many Star Wars fans have lamented the creators working at Disney for “ruining” the franchise they have grown up with. Some...