Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know Were in Blair Witch (2016)

I gave Blair Witch (2016) a standard review, but there’s a lot of other things going on in that movie I didn’t give it credit for.  I guess that’s my fault in trying… Continue reading

Magnificent Seven (2016) forgets the obvious

Magnificent Seven (2016) forgets the most obvious things about the Magnificent Seven.  This movie touts its connection to The Seven Samurai, and it’s pretty much the same story.  Still, the 1960 version is… Continue reading

Please rent For the Love of Spock (2016)

For the Love of Spock (2016) is a great documentary and a good experience.  It’s the usual documentary of interviews and behind-the-scenes information, but the background information about Leonard Nimoy is really moving.… Continue reading

Blair Witch (2016) Doesn’t Have the Patience

You can see the promise of something good in Blair Witch (2016), but it never develops.  It’s a tall order to live up to The Blair Witch Project (1999), and you can see… Continue reading

SHIN Godzilla (2016) Trailer

The Japanese Godzilla movies by Toho are getting a reboot in October and the trailer looks pretty darn good to be honest.  The movie looks like it centers around the Godzilla attack from… Continue reading

It’s Time for a flashback, Sully (2016)

2009 spoiler:  Everything turns out alright and everybody’s okay on Flight 1549, even though Tom Hanks crashes a plane into a river.  But that’s no surprise, because Sully (2016) depicts a real story… Continue reading

Top Ten Road Movies

Road Movies usually have a road, but more importantly, they’re all-about cruising, driving, or chasing.  I’m not sure when this kind of movie first started, but I think the most important has to be… Continue reading

The Slowass Movie Week of 9/2

This week is not only the last week of the summer movie season, but it could be the slowest and crapiest one of the whole year.  Most of the box office is going… Continue reading

31 Days of Halloween 2016 LineUp Announced!

This year, we’re once again reviewing one horror movie everyday in October leading up to Halloween.  This will be the third straight year for the marathon and it’s been interesting getting a line-up… Continue reading

The Ring AND The Blair Witch Project RETURN

So I just learned that The Ring AND Blair Witch sequels are both getting 2016 releases.  They are both pseudo-sequels to popular movies from a while back, The Ring in 2002 and The… Continue reading

How bad is Star Trek V? Where are the good parts?

Okay, so Star Trek V is a bad movie.  We know that already.  It’s got stupid and corny acting and the effects stink, but are there any good parts?  So begins The Search for… Continue reading

The Lobster (2015) has satire, a confusing ending, and metaphors – GOOD STUFF

The Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos has given us a droll satire criticizing relationships and the black and white world in which we live.  It’s extremely smart and very funny.  It’s not funny in… Continue reading

Blood Father (2016) Review

A father helping a daughter in trouble is a cliché, but Blood Father (2016) does it right.   I think Mel Gibson knew everybody was going to watch how well he performed in this movie,… Continue reading

Opening This Week 8/11

I actually watched some movie trailers this week since I missed Suicide Squad, and I think this week’s prospects might have a couple of surprises. 5.  Ben-Hur = This crappy movie has been hyped… Continue reading

Summing Fears #sumofallfears

Is a nuclear bomb more scary than Ben Affleck’s acting?  It could be, because The Sum of All Fears is one movie where Affleck isn’t all bad.  Unfortunately, the bomb nukes some people to… Continue reading

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