Eviction Notice – For the Sake of Vicious (Film Review)

Posted by - April 22, 2021
I don’t know about you, but when I come home from a hard day working a job that is barely making ends meet to find my unconscious landlord in a bloody pulp lying in the floor, the last thing I want to do is keep him alive!  Oh yeah, and the guy that beat him

Tom and Jerry Take Manhattan – Tom & Jerry (Film Review)

Posted by - February 28, 2021
It’s tempting to be cynical about a movie that wasn’t made for you. Sure, plenty of movies categorized as kids films or family films manage to appease both child and parent. Disney and Pixar have pretty much nailed this formula, their movies often beloved by all ages. But when a film is clearly made to

Hero complex – Music (Film Review)

Posted by - February 15, 2021
Let us preface this review by saying that Music, whilst claiming to be a film giving a platform to autistic people, is not about autism. Music instead appears to be a rather self-indulgent film about drug addiction that Sia herself experienced. I will touch upon this later. Even before its release, Music has gathered an

Watch the Trailer for Viggo Mortensen’s Directorial Debut ‘Falling’

Posted by - November 24, 2020
Having quite the prolific acting career, Viggo Mortensen is expanding his creative horizons with his new film Falling. Along with starring and directing, Mortensen also wrote, produced, and composed the music for his directorial debut. Joined by Lance Henriksen and Laura Linney, Falling follows Willis (Henriksen), a father who moves from his rural farm to live

‘Halloween’: The Rise and Fall of Michael Myers

Posted by - October 30, 2020
John Carpenter’s Halloween will always be remembered as the quintessential movie of the season. Being one of the first popular and financially successful slasher films, Halloween introduced the world to the one and only Michael Myers. Sporting a William Shatner mask, Myers slowly walked into our lives, knife in hand, with one goal in mind: