Violent Night

Up on the housetop like John Wick, down came the chimney with Die Hard St. Nick. I skip such horror films like “Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey” and “The Mean One,” because they seem to be in a category… Read More ›


A decent action film with a lead who deserves another chance. As you know, at the Oscars when Chris Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith being cast in “G.I. Jane 2,” because of her shaved head, which resulted… Read More ›


Anna Diop shines as an immigrant nanny, but struggles to overcome the demons she sees. In the new psychological thriller “Nanny,” Anna Diop (“Us,” “Titans”) plays an undocumented Senegalese Immigrant nanny named Aisha, who adapts to life in New York… Read More ›

Decision to Leave

A riveting mystery about an insomniac detective and the woman who could be bad. I regret not reviewing the new South Korean opus “Decision to Leave” sooner, because like “Aftersun,” I wasn’t sure if I could squeeze it into my… Read More ›

The Menu

Tonight’s course is laughs with a side of blood. I can tell “The Menu” would be a gourmet cooking horror satire that requires people to be the main course. But maybe not in the way I’m describing it. Dinner is… Read More ›

The Wonder

Florence Pugh excels as a doctor trying to figure out this starving kid. “The Wonder” is an Irish-themed drama that isn’t at the pure authenticity of “The Banshees of Inisherin,” but it is well-acted by its leading lady Florence Pugh…. Read More ›

Halloween Ends

This Michael Myers franchise is officially over. The 2018 “Halloween” movie, directed by David Gordon Green, was able to continue the story of how Jamie Lee Curtis’s Laurie Strode wants to end Michael Myers’ reign of terror. That was an… Read More ›

Luckiest Girl Alive

If Mila Kunis doesn’t confront her past, she won’t have a future. Mila Kunis plays Ani FaNelli, a successful magazine editor in New York, who’s poised to getting the job of her dreams and marrying Luke Harrison (Finn Wittrock)-the man… Read More ›

Hellraiser (2022)

This remake raises some Hell. Before I watched the reboot of “Hellraiser,” I had to travel back in time to see the 1987 version, who was directed by Clive Barker, who adapted his own novella “The Hellbound Heart.” It’s an… Read More ›

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