Movie Reviews

‘Playing With Fire’ Unveils the Mysteries of Baroque Music Conducting

The documentary directed by Allan Miller explores the role of the conductor through a vivid portrait of Jeanette Sorrell

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Ends The Series On a High Note

I know, you're all here to read what we thought of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. And that's absolutely coming up next. But...

‘Organ Trail’ Review: A Gritty Western with Some Ouches Acquired

Organ Trail is a film about survival against bandits in the old frontier. A Review

Hell’s Half Acre Goes Through the Standard Horror Strokes, But Lacks Originality

Though I'm definitely a fan of all sorts of movies, I have mostly watched big budget affairs in theaters. So when the chance came...

‘Evil Dead Rise’ (Spoiler-Free) Review: Good but Mostly a Reboot for The Next Generation

In Evil Dead Rise, brilliant cinematography, casting, and scares elevate a somewhat lackluster story.

Renfield Review: Dracula Take Doesn’t Suck, But Does Lack Bite

In Renfield, The hilarity of a fun premise and absurdly gory action scenes are diluted by a lazy mob plot and rote storytelling.

The Super Mario Bros. Movie Will Charm Longtime Fans

It's odd to say this, but I've actually been waiting most of my life for a true Mario Bros. movie experience. Don't get me...

‘Hunt Club’ Review: An Ambitious Film Hampered By Messy Execution

It’s a feminist rendition of The Most Dangerous Game whose message misses the mark. A review of Hunt Club.

John Wick: Chapter 4 Review: A Symphony of Shootouts in Three Acts

John Wick: Chapter 4 goes all-in on operatic action excess and delivers a sequel that maintains and expands the worldbuilding that's made the films...

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