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...

Disney’s Moana (2016) Review: A Tale of Adventure, Beauty, and Girl Empowerment

Unlike the rest of the world, despite my eagerness to watch Disney's Moana, I was late to the game. So many movies, so little...

Sh*t Gets Real: A ‘Bad Milo’ Review (2013)

Full disclosure – we’ve all had to take a shit that felt like we were giving birth, right? Well, in Bad Milo!, Jacob Vaughan’s...

What’s Old Is New Again: ‘The New 8-Bit Heroes’ (2016)

When I was a kid I was convinced I would grow up to become a Ghostbuster. Later, I created my own wrestling persona, convinced...
Hi Stranger

SXSW 2017: ‘Hi Stranger’ is the Bizarre Short Film the Worlds Needs

Hi Stranger is a short film that had its world premiere at SXSW Conferences and Festivals on March 10, 2017. The film was directed by Kirsten...

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (2017): A Tale As Old As Time That Everyone...

I'm a huge fan of classic Disney tales and Beauty and the Beast is within my top 3. When I heard Disney was making...
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...
Kong: Skull Island

‘Kong: Skull Island’ (2017) Video Review

It's been 12 years since Peter Jackson's King Kong graced theaters with a new movie, but now Kong has been rebooted as part of...

‘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...
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 edge of seventeen

The Edge of Seventeen (2016) is Hilarious, Relatable and Important

Part of the magic of cinema is the notion that a film can relate to an audience through fictional characters, performances, and a story...

Michael Keaton Excels as Hamburglar in ‘The Founder’

I might be alone here, but when I heard there was going to be a film about the origins of the McDonald’s brand I...
the space between us

The Space Between Us (2017): When Two Worlds Collide

I think most of us, at one point or another, have thought about what it would be like to live on a different planet....

Something is afoot in CW’s Riverdale Pilot “The Rivers Edge”

Whether it’s battling The Predator, being punished by The Punisher, or tackling issues of sexuality and gun control laws, Archie has been a melting...

Travelers (2016) Netflix Review: An Old Trope With a Fresh Twist

Netflix's new show 'Travelers' takes an old trope and gives it a fresh new twist. The premise of Travelers is one you may have heard...

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...
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....
Trollhunters

Guillermo del Toro Brings ‘Trollhunters’ To Life on Netflix

Best known in the filmmaking community for Pan's Labyrinth (2006), the Hellboy franchise and The Devil's Backbone (2001), Guillermo del Toro has now teamed up with...
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...
Silence

Silence (2016) Review: Another Classic From Martin Scorsese

Based on the 1966 novel of the same name, Silence is truly one of Martin Scorsese’s greatest movies. This was the first film I...