It’s an isolation movie and isolation movies are a great way to dive deep into a character and make the audience live and die with their every move. IO did not do that and by the end I really didn’t care what happened to either of our two characters. The “twists” were obvious and held no weight. I don’t know what I was supposed to get from it. Continue reading Netflix Review: IO
Down is a movie that does a good job of not being cheesy or making you question its characters decisions often. The shifting power dynamic between the two main characters is what stood out the most. I definitely enjoyed this one. Continue reading Hulu Review: Down
I am a huge Jake Gyllenhaal fan and supporter so when I saw he had a movie coming out on Netflix I marked my calendar. I’m also a horror fan so combining these two worlds meant Velvet Buzzsaw was sure to be a big hit for me.
19 years ago M. Night Shyamalan set out to create a superhero universe that was grounded in reality. He finally finished the series and the critics were not impressed. Typical. Continue reading Glass Review: Critics gon’ critic
Coming soon from Film Mode Entertainment is the supernatural horror film Blood Bound. A well scored and cast indie horror film that is one to look out for if you’re a horror film fanatic. Continue reading Blood Bound (trailer and release date)
Tragedy Girls is a Horror Comedy crossed with a high school drama. The chemistry between the two main characters was amazing and worth the price of admission on it’s own, but the way the horror and comedy are woven together are what truly make this movie great. It is gory, and typically I don’t like gore, but the director did an amazing job of making me not feel it’s impact. This is a must see for anyone not immediately put off by gore. Continue reading Film Review: Tragedy Girls
The Book of Henry was an interesting movie. It was not what I expected at all but that was a good thing. Early on in the movie I got a “Pay it Forward” vibe and that is probably the best comparison I could give. It was an emotional movie but does have some fun elements sprinkled in. It’s a good one-time watch. Continue reading Film Review: The Book of Henry
Sleight is yet another in the run of films that depict black males in a way not commonly portrayed in media. I loved the story and I related to the characters. The independent nature of the film made the events feel more real which I also loved. However, because of the pacing I will say that this movie is not for everyone. Continue reading Film Review: Sleight