Survival Skills is a trippy new horror movie about what it takes to become a cop which is extremely important to the times. Shot it what seems to be on VHS to give it a retro feel and the filmmakers absolutely knock that out of the park.
Monster Seafood Wars, May be the worst movie playing at this years Fantasia Festival. I understand it may find it’s niche audience as it tries way too hard to be a meta comedy that also tries to be a mocumentary. This one for me just absolutely fell flat.
Tesla is a new” biopic” starring a phenomenal Ethan Hawke, other than his performance in this experimental film. That, in my opinion, is a strange piece of work… While watching Tesla throughout the film I couldn’t help to tho k of films I watched in class through grade school. When teachers just wanted to pop […]
I used to go here features a stellar cast with a fantastic Gillian Jacobs and a terrific Jermaine Clament. Even though I used to Go here may not be game-changing in any way shape or form it is worth watching on the effectiveness of its self-reflection. Especially with Gillian Jacobs’s character.
Red Penguins review Red Penguins is a masterful documentary that plays out like a real movie. It’s so batshit you have to watch it to believe it. It does unfold like a Coen-Brothers movie and fans of the surreal will be pleasantly surprised with how great this viewing experience is!
Yes, God, Yes is a very entertaining coming-of-age story. Yes, the story feels very familiar with the audience it goes for. However, the movie succeeds in finding a niche with the audience of the adolescent irrelevant comedy crowd.
The Painted Bird is a new WW2 epic as if we don’t have enough of those already. However, The Painted Bird is the best of it’s kind since Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line.
Babyteeth might be the most depressing film of the year when we really don’t need a depressing film at the time. However, the performances were all outstanding including Ben Mendelssohn who gave his strongest performance since Bloodline. Synopsis: BABYTEETH is Shannon Murphy’s (KILLING EVE) powerful, coming-of-age feature debut. When seriously ill teenager Milla (Eliza Scanlen) […]
The Truth is a little bit of an uneven effort from everyone involved. It tries a little too hard to mimic the works of Richard Linklater, which is why I suppose they cast Ethan Hawke(who is always charismatic). However, in this film, he falls a little flat, especially the supporting cast around him. I’m still […]
Synopsis:Volume 5 of the Universal Horror Collection includes four tales of terror from the archives of Universal Pictures, the true home of classic horror. A mobster’s brain is transplanted into an ape who carries out his revenge in The Monster And The Girl. A mad scientist turns an ape into a beautiful, but deadly woman […]