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...
White Rabbit Project

Netflix’s ‘White Rabbit Project’ Season One Review

As a massive fan of Mythbusters, I was sorry to see the end of the show. Not only did it entertain me, it taught...
Assassin's Creed

Assassin’s Creed (2016) is a Worthy Adaptation of the Popular Game

We've had mainstream media trying, and failing, to make successful movie franchises based on hit video games for years. It's understandable, as loads of...
Jake The Snake

Who Said Wrestling Isn’t Real? ‘The Resurrection Of Jake The Snake’

The first time I ever laid eyes upon Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts, he was feeding the “Macho Man” Randy Savage to his ever-present pet...
Passengers

Passengers (2016) is an Unsettling Sci-fi Film for all the Wrong Reasons

Passengers is a modern disaster movie set in a fascinating future where humans have begun to successfully migrate to other Earth-like planets. The film...
La La Land

La La Land (2016) Review: An Homage to the Golden Age

I couldn't ever guess that the same talented director who gave us 2014's Whiplash, a Full Metal Jacket-style film about jazz, would deliver a traditional musical...
Rogue One

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) Review: An Old New Hope

Approaching a Star Wars film as if it's not a Star Wars film is dangerous territory for a studio. Even a juggernaut like Disney isn't immune...
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‘Surviving Indie’ (2016) Film Shows Sweat and Tears Behind Indie Games

Although the gaming industry has been dominated by massive budgets and AAA titles, indie games have finally started to get some much deserved love...

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...

Moonlight (2016) Review: More Boyhood Than ‘Boyhood’

Moonlight has swept 2016's cinematic landscape by storm. As wider audiences gain exposure to the film, word of mouth travels from the speed of smell...

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,...

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...

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...

‘Arrival’ (2016) Review: “What Is Your Purpose on Earth?”

If you're uneducated on director Denis Villeneuve's filmography, I highly suggest you inform yourself sooner rather than later. After Arrival, it's abundantly clear that this...