REview – Don’t Hang Up (2016)

I have never heard of 2016’s Don’t Hang Up till a few days ago but having seen it I wonder how it is I haven’t heard of it. It’s a taut little thriller revolving around three guys who spend an inordinate amount of time making prank calls to people for clicks (it goes without saying […]

REview – Jacob’s Ladder (2019)

David Rosenthal’s reboot of 2009’s Jacob’s Ladder is not bad as far as remakes go, and while it’s pretty good in that direction and acting department, where it falters is the story. Which is the lynchpin which everything revolves around. I haven’t see the original in a decade or so, but I do recall it […]

REview – In The Shadow Of The Moon (2019)

Disappointed by Terminator: Dark Fate (apparently if the box office’s any indicator you wouldn’t be the only one) and have a Netflix subscription? Check out In The Shadow Of The Moon, Jim Mickle’s, thematically speaking, Terminator-like sci-fi movie because it’s really good. I could go into the plot–but I won’t because it’s integral to the […]

REview- Shadow (2018)

Yimou Zhang’s Shadow is a remarkable bit of filmmaking. The movie revolves around two kingdoms on the precipice of war, and the political intrigues that come about. That doesn’t sound like much, but as executed by Zhang, it’s pretty remarkable stuff. And did I mention the entire movie is rendered in shades of white, black […]

REview – The Pool (2018)

The Pool isn’t a bad film, but it’s isn’t terribly good either. Let me explain. Theeradej Wongpuapan (who carries most of the movie, along with a CGI–I think. For the most part it’s really good–crocodile) and Ratnamon Ratchiratham are both decent actors and give good performances. The movie is well shot and lit and the […]

REview – Polaroid (2019)

I went into Lars Klevberg’s Polaroid with relatively high expectations and, for the most part, they were squandered. It’s not by any means a terrible movie but is filled with so many questionable decisions–such as the blue tint much of the movie seems filmed in or the way characters all seemed to live in homes […]