The Season Two Premiere of ‘Harley Quinn’ Keeps the Laughs Coming – Review

With Gotham dealing with anarchy will Harley take full control of the city? Will the Caped Crusader ever return? Did King Shark actually see Beyonce, or is it just Mr. Freeze?

'Inside the Rain' is a Hopeful Step For Mental Awareness in Film – Review

Aaron Fisher's Inside the Rain comes at an interesting time for the entertainment industry. Marginalized groups are seeing a surge in representation like never before - although, the progress, is just beginning. Roughly half of the content that thrives on highlighting marginalized communities, such as people of color or the LGBTQ community, actually comes from … Continue reading 'Inside the Rain' is a Hopeful Step For Mental Awareness in Film – Review

'The Invisible Man' is an Expertly Crafted Psychological Thrill Ride – Review

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 the classic character of The Invisible Man, this version is a spine-tingling look into the trauma one endures even once they’re finally free from their … Continue reading 'The Invisible Man' is an Expertly Crafted Psychological Thrill Ride – Review

The ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Season 2 Premiere Gave Us A Lot of Heart and Haunting – Review

The first season of Roswell, New Mexico was exciting and addictive. In just 13 episodes, the new CW show proved itself by recreating a familiar world with new elements to make for a truly heartfelt drama. So far, season two doesn’t stray from this. This article won’t spoil the season two premiere from last night, … Continue reading The ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Season 2 Premiere Gave Us A Lot of Heart and Haunting – Review

The Rules of the Game Change in John Leguizamo’s ‘Critical Thinking’ – Review

One will probably never see chess reach nail-biting velocity outside of Critical Thinking. Even if they do, it will be without the authenticity that John Leguizamo pumps into this directorial debut. The Colombian born and New York raised actor is well known for being in front of the camera in esteemed work such as When … Continue reading The Rules of the Game Change in John Leguizamo’s ‘Critical Thinking’ – Review

‘Onward’ is a Heartfelt Film for the Entire Family – Review

The latest Disney/Pixar collaboration is upon us with the mystical movie, Onward. Set in a land filled with various mythical creatures like elves, centaurs, unicorns, the manticore (Octavia Spencer) and much more, the notion of magic has long faded. With magic being difficult to wield for many of the land’s inhabitants, modern conveniences have taken … Continue reading ‘Onward’ is a Heartfelt Film for the Entire Family – Review

Jayro Bustamante’s ‘La Llorona’ is Quintessential Latinx Horror – Review

Guatemalan director and writer Jayro Bustamante has just delivered one of the most unique horror films of not only the decade, but of the 21st century so far. The tale of La Llorona is the most famous Latin urban legend on earth. By now, the female phantom who cries out for her drowned children needs … Continue reading Jayro Bustamante’s ‘La Llorona’ is Quintessential Latinx Horror – Review

‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’ is a Charming Sequel – Review

The sequel to Netflix's To All the Boys I've Loved Before is finally out and I have been waiting since I finished the first movie to see Lara Jean Covey on my screen again. Based on the young adult book trilogy written by Jenny Han, the To All the Boys I've Loved Before series follows … Continue reading ‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’ is a Charming Sequel – Review