Disney+ Star International Announcements

For those of not in the US we have Star for the adult entertainment side of Disney+ as we don’t have Hulu. As part of Disney+ Day the folks over at 20th Century Fox, a division of Disney, announced the following films. From the Disney press release: A fresh comedic twist on Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet” in which the classic love story is told from the perspective of Juliet’s cousin Rosa...[Read More]

Red Notice – Review

If you thought the pairing of Ryan Reynold and Dwayne Johnson was a match made in heaven… add Gal Gadot and you have nirvana. Red Notice is one of the best films of 2021. It’s a popcorn flick that will make you want to go back for seconds, even thirds. Only 15-minutes in and these were the comments heard from my family that joined me on this ride: “This reminds me of a Bond movie.” “Ryan Reynolds ...[Read More]

Ready or Not – 31 Nights of Halloween

I am going to be brutally honest here, and tell you that when I went to go see Ready or Not in theatres opening week I thought I was going to be in for a mildly amusing schlocky gory comedy, and boy was I wrong. It was absolutely nothing I expected and in the best way possible. It was charming, funny, enlightening, bloody, and packed a wicked punch. Here I was expecting a middle of the road movie,...[Read More]

King Knight – Toronto After Dark Review

If you told me going into King Knight that it was going to star Matthew Gray Gubler as a charming hippie witch in a movie about self-discovery I wouldn’t have entirely known what to think. The movie is a hippie witch soul searching vibe, that makes the audience think back to their high school days and how far or how not far they’ve come since leaving that depth of personal hell. King Knight certai...[Read More]

Prevenge – 31 Nights of Halloween

Tonight’s 31 nights of Halloween watch was a revisit to a movie I saw in 2016 at the Toronto International Film Festival, and thought it was one of the funniest, wildest, craziest things I ever saw at the time, Prevenge written directed and starring Alice Lowe. When I revisited Prevenge tonight on Shudder, I saw a movie that definitely did not bring back the memories of five years ago, it feels he...[Read More]

Slaxx – 31 Nights of Halloween Review

I was talking to some friends, and they asked if I ever saw a movie called Slaxx, and then pitched me the plot. After hearing what this madness was about, I didn’t believe them, there was no way that this movie was real, then I remembered that Rubber was a real movie so why can’t Slaxx be. So I sat down, turned on Amazon Prime sat down and had the time of my life watching Slaxx. I can’t tell you t...[Read More]

Mayhem – 31 Nights of Halloween Review

2017, what a year for cinema, Shape of Water won best picture, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri won a ton as well, and Jordan Peele won best original screenplay for Get Out and all was right in the world for once. However, another movie that went unrecognized and under the radar seems to have predicted the future? Mayhem brings together the incredible forces of Samara Weaving and Steven Y...[Read More]

What We Do In The Shadows – 31 Nights of Halloween Review

For the fifth night of Shocktober, after covering Fantastic Fest and seeing endless horror movies, it was time to see something light and hilarious, so I decided to revisit my favourite New Zealanders. If somehow, you’ve never seen the film What we do in the Shadows or the TV show, obviously watch the movie first, then you’re truly missing out. This is one of the funniest, most original movies I’v...[Read More]

Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes – Fantastic Fest Review

Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes is one of the rare instances when the time travelling comedy gets it right and makes it even more impressive that the movie is one shot. Delicately balancing that thin line between outrageous comedy and believable comedy, while doing a sci-fi comedy is a very tough act, but the story and performances certainly help carry this very well-crafted film. The film focuses...[Read More]

VAL – Review

Val directed by Aaron Fradkin and written by Victoria Fratz and Aaron Fradkin is the perfect combination of Under the Skin and Psycho Goramen that brings an absolute insane level of comedy, horror, and twists that solidify Val as one hell of an adventure. With the action, twists that continuously keep popping up, and complete insanity that packs the film to the brim, there will be plenty of fun to...[Read More]

Let the Wrong One In – Fantastic Fest Review

What happens when you discover that your brother is a vampire? What is your moral obligation to your family at that point, do you save your brother and help him safely quench his thirst or do you slay him to protect society? Let The Wrong One In is the right amount of vampire, comedy, and absolute over the top gore that brings together this hilarious film to a tightly packed film. The film focuses...[Read More]

Ryan Reynolds confirms Free Guy Sequel

If you haven’t seen Free Guy (2021) yet, I hear good things about it and if the premise of a bank teller named Guy (Ryan Reynolds) discovering that he’s actually an NPC inside a brutal, open world video game sounds like fun, as it apparently is, then a sequel is a no-brainer really. I can already see it… “Free Guy 2- Albuquerque Boiled Turkey” (2023). Source: Twitter

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