Night Monkey (2019) | Official Trailer

When I caught Spider-Man: Far From Home in theaters I admit that I was in it primarily for Mysterio, one of my favorite villains. That being said, I didn’t expect to be introduced to the latest Sony/Marvel superhero sensation, Night Monkey! Easily the best thing about the movie, Night Monkey may not be a name […]

Watchmen (2019) | Official Trailer

I’m assuming that this is the last trailer for HBO’s upcoming Watchmen series (especially when it premieres this year) but I’m liking what I’ve seen thus far. And while that’s been damn little at this point, it at least looks like it’s striking new territory, as opposed to just repeating what Alan Moore did with […]

Doctor Sleep (2019) | Final Trailer

I didn’t see IT: Chapter 2 in theaters this weekend because I saw IT: Chapter 1 and was thoroughly underwhelmed. Doctor Sleep, like IT, is a Stephen King adaptation so I’m hoping that it’s worthwhile to see in theaters. What it has in it’s favor is that it’s directed by Mike Flanagan (The Haunting Of […]

REview – Spectre (2015)

I enjoy James Bond movies, though I wouldn’t call myself a ‘superfan’ by any stretch of the imagination–which you could probably tell from me getting around to seeing Spectre only four years after it’s initial release. And I think I dodged a bullet because while it’s not a terrible movie, it is a bloated one […]

Bad Boys For Life (2020) | Official Trailer

Michael Bay, as much as I don’t want to admit it typically, is a pretty talented director. He has an eye for camera angles and can assemble talented people like no one’s business. Which is why when you take into account that he’s seemed to havededicated a career toward making–for the most part–schlock is pretty […]

The Mandalorian (2019) | Official Trailer

Let’s be clear: I think Disney+ is a terrible idea from a business perspective. They’re literally paying billions to establish a streaming service–keep in mind they already own Hulu–when sans the streaming network, they could be selling their content to whomever was willing to pay for it. And EVERYONE would be willing to pay for […]