Be warned: This will be a long post. By Individual Franchise IRON MAN (89%) People (83%) Acting (83%) Characters (83%) … Continue reading Universe Review – Marvel Cinematic Universe (2008-2018)| 20 Films
Over the course of the last few weeks, I’ve watched and re-reviewed each film in the Maze Runner trilogy – and I … Continue reading Reviews – The Maze Runner Trilogy (2014-2018)
Below is an auto-updated playlist found on my YouTube Channel for video reviews from this decade (2010-2019), but if you … Continue reading 2010’s Video Reviews
Welcome to Mind Control Month | Possession Week – Day 2. We’re moving right along with the demonic possession films … Continue reading Review – The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)
Welcome to Genius Week: Day 3. What better film to review on genius week other than a film about one … Continue reading Review – The Theory of Everything (2014)
Kirk Cameron is an interesting actor whose career has consistently spiraled out of control ever since he put his devotion … Continue reading Review – Saving Christmas (2014)
It’s becoming increasingly clear that cyber thrillers are a tough genre to pull off. I can’t say I’ve seen many films with a vantage point from within the computer desktop itself, but from what I’ve seen, it’s an interesting but imperfect idea. As far as imperfections go, I still find myself interested enough to see another one, which is why we’re here today with Open Windows. Surely I’ll eventually run into a winner, right? Well, as for now, we discuss Open Windows – a movie that has so many windows open that it gives itself a dang virus. Let’s get into it.