Mike Flanagan is no stranger to adapting and reimagining iconic horror literature; previously tackling works by Stephen King and Shirley Jackson. Now, he returns to Netflix to reimagine another celebrated […]
The first two Bill and Ted films are relics of their time, encapsulating pop culture and America in the late 80s/ early 90s. The titular characters are subtly complex- bright-eyed […]
There’s been a lot of word-of-mouth hype going around online for Palm Springs. Besides achieving the honor of being the most expensive acquisition to come out of the Sundance Film […]
Similar to last year’s Honey Boy, which provided Shia Labeouf with some catharsis as he explored his tumultuous upbringing with his father, The King of Staten Island does the same […]
Greg Berlanti’s 2018 film Love, Simon was an enjoyable, although formulaic coming-of-age story based off of the novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli. The highlight of […]
Another reason to celebrate on May the 4th! The official Star Wars account confirmed on Monday that Taika Waititi, the filmmaker behind Academy Award-winning Jojo Rabbit and Thor: Ragnarok, is […]
It’s no secret that Amazon Prime is stacked when it comes to great movies- having past International picture Academy Award nominees, thought provoking science-fiction films, and character focused indies all available in one place to stream.
With the quarantine seemingly having no definitive end, it looks like we'll be glued to my TV with a snack in my lap for the foreseeable future.
I had the pleasure of speaking with Lamorne Morris about his supporting role as Wilfred Wigans in Bloodshot. We spoke about creating Wigans, his comedic inspirations, and live tweeting the […]
He’s anywhere, everywhere, and nowhere all at once. Leigh Whannell follows up the critical success of Upgrade with a well-crafted, paranoia inducing psychological horror film. A modern retelling based on […]