Finch – Review

Finch is a master class in acting from Tom Hanks. Unlike his last solo film, Castaway, Hanks has someone, or rather, something, to play off of with his robot creation… Jeff. Jeff is voiced by Caleb Landry Jones with so much gravitas you actually start to believe that he has a human mind. I wasn’t expecting Finch to be such a dramatic film. While it was listed as a dramatic film, I was expecting a ...[Read More]

Silence of the Lambs – 31 Nights of Halloween

I mean, if you haven’t seen this genuine classic before I couldn’t possibly fathom why. Moving on though, if you have 4k capabilities the Kino Lorber release of Silence of the Lambs is the best the movie has ever looked. The colour grading, the erasing of the pixilation and grain, just everything about this new 4K release is exquisite and absolutely gorgeous. The Johnathan Demme movie The Silence ...[Read More]

Poser – Nightstream Review

Man, I really wanted to love this hybrid of Diary of a Teenage Girl and How to Build a Girl, but something in Noah Dixon’s script and direction along with Ori Segev just didn’t hit me the way I wanted it to in Poser. Maybe it’s the title of the movie itself that bleeds into their main character to a predictable turn of events that didn’t hit the right way for me, but it had so much potential to be...[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]

Homebound – Fantastic Fest Review

Sebastian Godwin delivers a terrifying, horrifying, almost too realistic thriller in his first feature Homebound which uncovers a tale of lies, deceit, and genuine horror. What could possibly be more terrifying than bringing your new fiancé to your ex-wife’s house to meet your children? Arriving and having your ex-wife not be there, and your children not having the slightest idea where their mothe...[Read More]

Nr. 10 – Fantastic Fest Review

Alex Van Wamerdam has a following for his work, and anyone who is a fan of his work or is used to his style of storytelling will most likely be satisfied with his newest outing, Nr. 10. The film mainly focuses on Gunter played by Tom Dewispelaere, as he is leading a life as a stage actor, raising a daughter, and having an affair. Gunter, never cared about his past or wanted to know about his past ...[Read More]

Dear Evan Hansen – TIFF 21 Review

Since late 2016, audiences have indulged in and mostly fell in love with stage musical Dear Evan Hansen. Now if you know absolutely nothing about the show, which the movie is 95% replicating, then let me tell you the titular character is incredibly flawed. However, there is something about the character, despite his very questionable choices, can resonate with audiences. There is no denying that t...[Read More]

Mogul Mowgli Review

Mogul Mowgli starts in medias res on stage with Zed, a Brit-Pakistani Rapper (Riz Ahmed) enthralling his audience with his rap verse. The choice of camerawork and the full frame aspect ratio gives it this raw authentic feel that not everyone will like and hits you hard right off the bat. It is clear that this is not a comfortable film to watch, is it a good film, though? I would argue that it is a...[Read More]

The Ten Commandments (1956) 4KUltraHD Blu-Ray Steelbook

Paramount Home Entertainment will be releasing the 1956 epic The Ten Commandments by director Cecil B. DeMille as a gorgeous exclusive 4kUltraHD Blu-Ray 65th Anniversary Steelbook on November 9, 2021. Release Date: November 9th, 2021 Includes 1923 Film on Blu-ray Pre-order from: Amazon.com

Naked Singularity – Trailer

Synopsis: Naked Singularity tells the story of Casi (John Boyega), a promising young NYC public defender whose idealism is beginning to crack under the daily injustices of the very justice system he’s trying to make right. Doubting all he has worked for and seeing signs of the universe collapsing all around him, he is pulled into a dangerous high-stakes drug heist by an unpredictable former client...[Read More]

Fatherhood – Review

When you hear the name Kevin Hart your mind instantly goes to comedy. That is what he is known for. That is what he does, and he is good at it. When Netflix (and Sony Pictures) released the trailer for Fatherhood, a drama with Hart as the lead, I was a little surprised. I love when actors known for a certain genre branch outside of their norms, and this was a reminder why. Fatherhood is based on t...[Read More]

Little Fish – Review

When I first heard the title “Little Fish” I thought “little” of it. Nomen est Omen as the saying goes. I then watched it, expecting a sad love story, which is essentially what this movie is. It’s a very sad Little Fish. I liked it, though. However, in a time of a real pandemic, watching a sad movie about a fictional pandemic that causes memory loss and ultimately los...[Read More]

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