(Minor Spoilers) Earlier this week I was fortunate enough to catch one of the greatest examples of comedy and action cinema has to offer. That movie is 1997’s Face/Off. It stars two of Hollywood’s national treasures, John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, and its directed by the legendary John Woo. It’s truly a Woo classic too, there’s […]
(Minor spoilers) As Whoopi puts it… “People be cray cray” and that statement holds true in a world where superheroes & villains have roamed around for decades. Now I never really watched the old The Tick show so I wasn’t really sure on what I’d be getting into. I knew the old one was kind […]
(Spoiler Free) Red Oaks is comedy series about a college kid who works as a tennis instructor during the summer in 1980’s New Jersey. It’s got a Caddyshack vibe only with less gophers, and a little less slapstick. It truly does the 80’s well, its got big hair, loud music, and plenty of drugs. It hilarious […]
So… I saw Suicide Squad. Like many of you I was seriously disappointed. I really expected and wanted it to be good. I stayed away from reviews and social media bashing until I saw it and I expected more… we all did. Those trailers promised us some justice for BvS but what we got was […]
As I’ve been trying to compare horror movies to one another lately, I realized something: The problem with comparing horror movies is that there are so many different kinds of horror movie sub-genres, that each sub-genre has its own advantages and caveats.
So this Friday, Thursday for some lucky fans, Suicide Squad hits the theaters. Many people like myself have mixed feelings about BvS and are hoping this will alleviate some unneeded angst. Luckily Suicide Squad looks pretty solid and on top of that its got a crazy cast. I’ve seen the trailers and the TV spots […]
Its time for another Double Feature Suggestion. This time we’ll be looking at the classic western genre through the lens of two fantastic films known as Bone Tomahawk and Tombstone. Both of which star the legendary Kurt Russell, who starred in a recent western called The Hateful Eight, a somewhat divisive Tarantino film that I […]