Rock star Glenn Danzig makes his film directorial debut with Verotika; a film even worse than “Manos” The Hands Of Fate.
While nominally one of the many post-apocalyptic movies made in the 80’s, She stands out as something special; not necessarily good, but definitely memorable.
In time, The Invisible Man will be viewed as being to Leigh Whannell what The Fly is to David Cronenberg or The Thing is to John Carpenter.
Sarah and Matt team up to discuss why Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is so flipping good in our latest Hangout.
The Rise of Skywalker is a mess, leaving this Star Wars fan confused, disappointed, and yet still hopeful that next time will be better.
With questionable performances and design issues paired with abominable CGI, “Cats” is a cinematic experience that will haunt your nightmares. Now and Forever.
Frozen 2 is unlikely to reach the same heights as its predecessor, but the spectacular songs and moving story make for a satisfying experience all the same.
Joker is not a rallying cry for the repressed. It is not a tribute to the kind of movies that aren’t made anymore. It’s just plain dull and predictable.