Horseshoe Theory

Horseshoe Theory (2017) Short Film Review

According to the horseshoe theory, the beliefs of the extreme left and the extreme right actually align, making the two sides closer than they may think....

See the Way Richard Turner Sees in ‘Dealt’ (DIFF 2017)

"Nobody sees the way I see," card mechanic Richard Turner says in a voiceover while the Dallas International Film Festival audience weeps during Dealt....

‘Jack Reacher Never Go Back’ (2016) Review: Seriously, Never Go Back

The appeal of Tom Cruise's titular character in the first Jack Reacher is his obligation to always be rightful. He saw a few injustices, rectified them...

Kung Fury (2015 Short Film) – Anniversary Review

It's hard to believe that it's already been a year since we were graced with the awesome pecs of Kung Fury. Crowdfunded through Kickstarter...
Logan Wolverine

Logan (2017) Review: Hugh Jackman’s Incredible Swan Song

This summer marks 17 years since the original X-Men was released and kicked off the comic book movie genre as we know it today....
The Girl on the Train

‘The Girl on the Train’ Review- Does the Film Live Up to the Hype?

Unless you were living under a rock last year, then you either read, or at the very least knew or saw someone reading the ultra-popular...
Berlin Syndrome

‘Berlin Syndrome’ Encourages Travelers to Stay Home (DIFF 2017)

A chance encounter could lead to the gravest of consequences. More specifically, you never know if a stranger is a controlling sociopath. Berlin Syndrome, screened at...

Sausage Party (2016) – Film Review

Co-written by voice stars Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill, along with Rogen's regular writing partner Evan Goldberg, Sausage Party had every reason to fail. On paper,...
before i fall

Before I Fall (2017) Spoiler-Free Film Review

Young Adult book film adaptations are all the craze these days. Some films are more noteworthy than others, and Before I Fall is one that shouldn't...
A Monster Calls

An Audience Cries: ‘A Monster Calls’ (2017) Review

True visionary directors are few and far between. Fortunately, Guillermo del Toro existed in our lifetime to impart his filmmaking knowledge to an ambitious...
Stranger Things

Stranger Things (2016) Review – An Amazing Sci-fi Series Not to Miss

If you're the social media type, you've likely seen a million posts about a series called Stranger Things over the last few days. Everyone...

Nocturnal Animals (2016) Review: Beautifully “Sad and Violent”

A frame of reference being absent can be a productive thing in the movie world. Without having seen fashion-designer-turned-director Tom Ford's debut film, the...
The Night Of

The Night Of: Climactic & Powerful New Series

A spoiler-free review of the first episode of The Night Of Part-one of the upcoming HBO mini-series The Night Of is exclusively available on demand...

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) – Movie Review

I'm just a wizard loving girl, living in a muggle world, waiting for the Hogwarts train to take me to a magical world. Yes,...
Score (DIFF 2017)

‘Score’ Gives “The Goosebumps” (DIFF 2017)

Efforts to feign an unbiased attitude towards the topic of Score: A Film Music Documentary come off as obvious lies...because they are. I'm deeply invested...

Can’t Stop The Feeling of Loving ‘Trolls’ (2016) – Movie Review

Animated films often have a way of bringing the whole family together as there is usually something in it for everyone. They used to...

Pete’s Dragon (2016) – Film Review

I have a confession: the 1977 musical, live-action/animated hybrid Pete's Dragon eluded me. Without a frame of reference, my expectations landed in the middle of the...

Hacksaw Ridge (2016) Review: “Help Me Get One More”

I constantly argue silently in my head over trivial topics, like what type of cheese to buy at the store, what color socks to...

‘Mister Marsh’ Issue #1 Comic Review

Mister Marsh is the debut comic from 819 Comics, owned and operated by husband and wife Nathan and Stacie Pinsoneault. Nathan explains at the...

Netflix’s ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ is Fortunately an Unmissable Series

When Netflix announced they would be having a go at adapting Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, fans of the original books held their...