Reviews for everything!
Review | For the Love of the Boogeyman: 40 Years of Halloween
Although it clearly comes from a place of love, For the Love of the Boogeyman is a shallow documentary that has little new to offer.
Review | Eighth Grade
Jack finds something in a time capsule. A rather embarrasing, yet optimistic, review.
Review | Upgrade
Whannel demonstrates that a low-budget needn’t be an obstacle to creativity
Review | The Meg
That's one bad film Harry
Review | Extinction
A tragic case study in offering ''too little too late''.
Review | Friday the 13th: The Game- Single Player Update
At its best, it successfully taps into the sinister, power fantasy of Friday the 13th... but the fun rapidly dissipates.
Review | Gehenna: Where Death Live
"There are some fates worse than death" is more than a tagline, it's this films goal.
Review | Deadpool 2
Deadpool returns with... well it's more Deadpool.
Review | Mary and the Witches Flower (メアリと魔女の花)
Mary leans on the Ghibli tradition moreso than Ponoc say, but without the sheer charm and joy that made those films so loved to begin with.
Podcast | The Reset Button
The guys discuss the end of Infinity War and the storytelling behind it.
Review | A Quiet Place
While A Quiet Place manages to captivate with it's intriguing concept, it ultimately comes across as slightly toothless.
Review | Avengers: Infinity War (Spoiler free!)
Does the biggest film of the year live up to the hype?
Review | My Hero Academia (僕のヒーローアカデミア)
With season three now starting Jack takes a look at the series with enough charm to counter superhero-fatigue
Review | Ghost Stories
By embracing old-fashioned creepiness and witty plotting, Ghost Stories distinguishes itself from the typical Blumhouse fare.
Mini-Review | I Kill Giants
While earnest I Kill Giants may be remembered as nothing more than a doppelgänger film.