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...

Avenged Sevenfold Explores Artificial Intelligence in Masterful New Album

Avenged Sevenfold surprised fans on October 28th by dropping a new album that nobody was expecting. According to wrestling superstar and friend of the...
Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange (2016) Review- Marvel Brings the Magic

Doctor Strange. Enter, The Sorcerer Supreme. Scott Derrickson: Director/co-writer. Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton, Mads Mikkelsen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong Released: November 4th (U.S.),...

‘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...

‘The Accountant’ (2016) Review: If John Wick Did Math

Despite the marketing department's excellent taste in song when choosing Radiohead's "Everything In Its Right Place" for the trailer, The Accountant simply didn't reflect what a...

Godzilla Returns in ‘Shin Gojira’ (2016): A Video Review

Shin Gojira (also known as Godzilla Resurgence) finally came slamming into select American theaters on October 11th, and Horror Geek Life made sure to...
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...

Baby-Making Has Never Been So Cute: Storks (2016) – Film Review

As kids, we always have questions - one of the biggest being, "how are babies made?" Parents approach this answer in different ways and...

Deepwater Horizon (2016) Review: BP Is Deeply Sorry

My familiarity on the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and subsequent 87-day oil spill extended no further than repeat viewings of the satirized, hilarious BP...

Marvel’s Luke Cage (Season One) – Spoiler Free Review

Marvel and Netflix have yet to collaborate on anything subpar. With two great seasons of Daredevil and an equally praiseworthy season of Jessica Jones...

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (2016) – Film Review

I'm a sucker for Tim Burton movies and Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children is no exception. I don't always go to the movies, but...

The Magnificent Seven (2016) Review: Empty Fun in the West

Legendary director Akira Kurosawa unveiled the epic team-up movie formula in 1954 with Seven Samurai. Then acclaimed director John Sturges remade that exact formula for a...
Speak No Evil

Speak No Evil Comic Review: A Fun Lovecraftian Tale!

Independent comic creators Gray Bear Comics has released the first title in their new series- Speak No Evil. Set in the 1930s, two mischievous...

Snowden (2016) Review: See Something, Say Something

Some stories are too compelling in reality to avoid telling in a Hollywood film. Last weekend, Clint Eastwood attempted this with Sully, to mixed results, which...

Sully (2016) – Film Review

I don't fault Hollywood for feeling inclined to tell Chesley Sullenberger's story. Performing a water landing of an airbus with no lives lost is...

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...