REview: There’s Someone Inside Your House (2021) | Murder by Politics

Having just watched There’s Someone Inside Your House made me realize how clever John Hughes’ The Breakfast Club (1985) was because it managed to create a realistic scenario revolving around a group of people interacting with each other that under virtually any other circumstances would have nothing to do with each other. Someone ought to […]

REview: The New Mutants (2020) | It’s Watchable

Josh Boone’s The New Mutants may have had a horrific, bloody path to cinemas but that has little to do with the movie itself, which is…okay. The story opens with Dani Moonstar (Blu Hunt, who incidentally happens to look just like Rose Salazar from Battle Angel Alita minus the anime-style eyes) who’s sleeping when a […]