Sex Education – Review

Netflix’s Sex Education is off to a great start. It possesses is a quality that many American series’ don’t, namely despite having a shorter amount of episodes–a season consists of eight episodes, as opposed to thirteen– the character development is not only particularly strong, but you’re always left wanting more. This is opposite many American […]

Monsterland – Review

Yesterday I rented Monsterland on iTunes–it was on sale for 99 cents–and I’m glad I did because if I had paid more I’ve been really pissed. As it stands it wasn’t a terrible anthology–and far better than the truly horrendous Creepshow 3, which isn’t saying much–but too inconsistent (when it wasn’t being amateurish and badly […]

Escape Room – Review

This is an awesome movie! Now, by ‘awesome’ I mean ‘effective’ because the story is a mess an it has…problems. What makes Escape Room work is the actors. They’re no joke and buy into a bizarre scenario–that’s gets progressively more ridiculous the more you learn about it–with aplomb. Want more info, check out my review!

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch – Review

I like to reward innovation whenever I can, and it goes without saying that sometimes when you take a chance things don’t always work out as planned. Then again, it takes cojones to do something seemingly counterintuitive yet believe in it enough to see it through (that doesn’t apply to the DCEU under Zach Snyder […]

Bird Box – Review

2018’s A Quiet Place came in the nick of time because Paramount–the studio that released it–was on relatively shaky ground after the underwhelming response to Star Trek: Beyond (there’s no colon in the title but I’m adding one anyway). It certain didn’t hurt that A Quiet Place was budgeted at $17 million and earned just […]

Bumblebee – Review

Most of the Transformers movies are drek (the first gets a pass because it was new and as viewers we had no idea what to expect) and how they went on to be the successes they ended up being–prior to the franchise running out of steam in it’s later chapters–is virtually beyond comprehension. I blame […]

Bao – Review

This short caught me by surprise mainly because I’m not a huge fan of CGI-animated features though as a medium it has advanced exponentially since Tron in 1982 (in which only portions of the movie–like the light cycle races and the MCP–were actually computer generated). But it not only has it’s place, but as movies […]