Octavia Spencer is fine on almost every level, but the third act loses The Help. “Ma” is a horror movie that only works in its first two acts and then loses its way towards the end. It doesn’t follow the… Read More ›


We can’t always assume that babies that crash-land on Earth are from Krypton. The superhero genre is given a sinister twist in “Brightburn,” by allowing us to acknowledge that not every baby that crash-lands on Earth is from Krypton. This… Read More ›

The Curse of La Llorona

Avoid this loud, bombastic, and idiotic Conjuring-type nightmare while you can I’m having trouble saying “La Llorona” the correct way, although I remember hearing the deceased great grandmother singing the song in Disney/Pixar’s “Coco.” So, that’s how I’m familiar with… Read More ›

Hellboy (2019)

Bloody Hell, is this reboot violent and loud? I was having a small discussion the other day with a friend of my uncle’s. He was saying that he barely goes to the movies anymore, because of how everything has to… Read More ›

High Life

Inspiration from the best Space Operas leads to an erotic drama. The best word to describe “High Life” is interesting. It’s a Sci-Fi Indie that has been inspired by “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “The Martian,” and “Interstellar,” but is given… Read More ›


Jordan Peele’s latest nightmare is a masterpiece Jordan Peele has proven himself to be not only a comedy star, but also a profound filmmaker. His directorial debut of the horror hit “Get Out” has given him the Oscar, and he… Read More ›


Huppert and Mortez thriller starts off fine and ends up predictable What you can expect in “Greta” are the fine performances from Isabelle Huppert and Chloe Grace Moretz. They’re both fine actresses who manage to adapt to any dramatic situation,… Read More ›

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