REview: Fantasy Island (2020) | Sometimes Dead is Better

If you’ve seen any of the commercials promoting Sony’s Fantasy Island it could be understood if you mistook it for a horror movie. After all, it’s from Blumhouse Pictures, the studio that released movies like The Darkness (2016), Get Out (2017), Us (2019) and numerous others. And the adverts imply a lot of sinister goings […]

Trailer Into REaction – Fantasy Island (2020) | Official Trailer

Sony can’t get over their fetishization of nostalgia. First there was Charlie’s Angels–which according to the media isn’t doing all that well–now there’s Fantasy Island, which if this trailer is any indicator, looks really, really interesting. It–as in the trailer–plays like a horror movie (being produced via Blumhouse doesn’t hurt that association) and it looks […]

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 […]

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 […]

Trailer Into Reaction: Brightburn (2019) | Final Trailer

The final trailer for Brightburn dropped yesterday, and I’m genuinely curious about the movie because I get the feeling that Zach Snyder really wished he could have treated his version of Superman in a similar fashion. Though that’s not quite fair because hate isn’t the opposite of love, apathy is and that was the Snyder’s […]