“The OA” Kicks The Bucket

Netflix’s The OA had been officially cancelled after two seasons and I’m oddly sanguine about it. The series is so odd and quirky that while I’ll miss it, I couldn’t imagine where it would go had there been a third season. And let’s be honest. I’d prefer The OA to end at the top of […]

REview – Splinter (2008)

I haven’t heard of Toby Wilkins’ Splinter before recently–despite the movie coming out in 2008–and found myself pleasantly surprised because it’s really good! The movie revolves around a group of people under siege by an alien entity –and while it may have received a theatrical release I don’t remember it–and while it wears it’s influences […]

REview: Another Life (2019)

Aaron Martin’s Another Life isn’t particularly good–it’s pretty ludicrous, in fact–but it is damn entertaining. And much of that is due to Katee Sackhoff, who’s just remarkable. She brings an intensity, a vitality to everything that she does that just by her being there she elevates everything around her. And you might be familiar with […]

REview – Crawl (2019)

I admit to choosing Midsommar over Alexandre’s Aja’s Crawl last weekend–after all, I’ve seen his best (which to my reckoning is his remake of Wes Craven’s 1977 movie, The Hills Have Eyes and his worst, which I think is Horns) and seeing the latter is more recent then the former I think I had a […]