The Innocents

The connection of telekinetic powers threatens these kids, one of whom is autistic. Its not often we get to see a foreign film with an autistic character. We’ve mostly seen them in American movies like “Rain Man” or “Come Play,”… Read More ›

The Batman

Riddle me this, riddle me that, who won’t enjoy this big, black, bat? From Adam West to Michael Keaton to Val Kilmer to George Clooney to Christian Bale to Ben Affleck, Batman has been an iconic DC hero finding himself… Read More ›

No Exit

This chilling thriller threatens to get overshadowed by weak dialogue. I caught a glimpse of Hulu’s new thriller “No Exit” last week before the review embargo lifted, and I needed time to make sure I wasn’t blinded by the movie’s… Read More ›

The Cursed

Sean Ellis’ chilling horror flick shows greed who’s boss. I seriously doubt that both “Dog” and “The Cursed” will beat “Uncharted” at the weekend box office, because, as far as I’m concerned, big studios with major actors have their ways… Read More ›

Death on the Nile

Kenneth Branagh gives Hercule Poirot a second time around, and he improves. Kenneth Branagh’s take on “Death on the Nile,” which is finally showing its face in theaters this week, is better than his take on Agatha Christie’s “Murder on… Read More ›


A 2020s sequel that knows the rules and follows well. You have to begin the new “Scream” with the famous “What’s your favorite scary movie” question, and you have to be on a timely fashion when Tara’s (Jenna Ortega) response… Read More ›


Renner and Steinfeld spread some holiday cheer and bow and arrows before the New Year. I was only given a 2-episode sneak preview of Disney+ and Marvel Studios’ new series “Hawkeye,” but I already know I want to see more…. Read More ›


This supernatural horror film becomes scarier and deeper than you’d expect. The more “Antlers” got delayed, the less anticipated I became. Like most movies, it was supposed to come out last year, but it got delayed, because of the outbreak,… Read More ›

Last Night in Soho

Edgar Wright’s electrifying vision of spirits, 60s music, evil, and mystery. Edgar Wright’s latest entry “Last Night in Soho” plays like a darker version of Woody Allen’s “Midnight in Paris” from a decade ago. Except, the story is set in… Read More ›


A strange movie that will leave ewe curious and stunned at the same time. I wasn’t exactly sure how the set-up of “Lamb” was gonna go down. The trailers made it look like childless parents finally having a child with… Read More ›

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