Okay. It’s late night and I’m in the beginning of an insomnia stretch. After a few viewings of the new film adaptation of Frank Herbert’s DUNE directed by Denis Villeneuve on HBO MAX, I can finally sit here and review this bittersweet, epic of
So many things to say about the current climate of today's Pop-Culture. There just isn't enough space on any word processor that can keep up with my brain and how it works. So I will just give you a quick rundown of things from Ridley
Retro Movie Review: Splendor (1990)
Greg Araki was a key contributor to the buzzing New Queer Cinema movement of the 1990s.
Born in Los Angeles and raised within the Santa Barbara city limits, Araki after completing college with a MFA began his film journey with the
Seems like the people that brought us Atomic Blonde (2017) teamed up with some other folks and dipped their hands into buckets of Netflix cash to give us – KATE.
A one word title for a simple story that could be wrapped up in just
Around the corner, moments before Chauncey was Hit by that car. Jimmy was just entering his tenement building.
"Late night coming home from a temp job for some automotive corporation.
I was expecting the usual greeting and shaking of the hands with every graveyard shift
Time for a free writtten review of the new SUICIDE SQUAD film.
Free writing has traditionally been seen as a prewriting technique in academic environments, in which a person writes continuously for a set period of time without worrying about rhetorical concerns or conventions and
This movie is painfully entertaining.
The basic formula for cheesy 90’s cinema; if you didn’t see it in a matinee then you probably rented it from the local video store. Schlocky leftover clichés from the previous decade: firearms that sound like explosions, urban cowboy boots, duster
Naked Lunch is the live-action adaptation of the infamous William Burroughs 1959 novel of the same name, directed by David Cronenberg and distributed by 20 Century Fox.
The book was banned in Boston in 1962 due to obscenity (notably child murder and acts of pedophilia), making
Only a month or two after forcing myself through the Snyder Cut of Justice League, I tuned into Netflix to watch the latest Zack Snyder film.
It must be an exciting time to be a subscriber to Netflix, right? After working all night and to be
Netflix – love it or hate it, has given us some pretty good content the past few years, from original content like the Haunting of Hill House, Castlevania and the Dark Crystal but, Netflix is also notorious for padding their selection with dogshit as well
Well if you're reading this - you survived 2020.
Congratulations. 2021 is finally here and it's gonna be a circus.
Now in my opinion, movie theaters are "done" indefinitely until further notice and streaming will be the future. I understand Hollyweird doesn't see it this
“Decent (Good) but, could be better” is a quote that could justifiably summarize this film. Wonder Woman 84 just premiered on HBO Max to polarizing reactions. Some say it was good and fun and others say it was a disappointment and some say its convoluted