Elvis (2022) Review: An Outstanding Performance Outweighs Clunky Writing And Tom Hanks

There is nothing more depressing than listening to music from the 1950s. Not because 50s music is bad, its because nothing exposes the societal rot of the United States of America more than looking at what was considered music 70 years ago versus what is considered music in 2022. From Ray Charles, Little Richard, Pasty … More Elvis (2022) Review: An Outstanding Performance Outweighs Clunky Writing And Tom Hanks

The Black Phone Review: Derrickson & Cargill Proves Disney Made The Wrong Choice

Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill were supposed to work on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness but after a creative fallout with Disney, both men left the project and went their separate ways. Derrickson wanted the sequel to be the first scary Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) film and explore more of the gothic … More The Black Phone Review: Derrickson & Cargill Proves Disney Made The Wrong Choice

Spiderhead Review: A Solid Sci-Fi That Is Missing Some Parts

Spiderhead sure is an odd name for the movie and when you see it, that doesn’t make it any less confusing. A story about an evil pharmaceutical company running dangerous experiments on people against their will? This is a film that was written before everything in the world was brought to you by Pfizer. Considering … More Spiderhead Review: A Solid Sci-Fi That Is Missing Some Parts

The Witch Part 2 The Other One Review: Crazy, Brutal, Bloody, and Stellar

A ‘girl’ who survives alone in the devastated secret laboratory ‘Ark’ takes first step in the world. Kyung-hee and Dae-gil, two siblings meet the ‘girl’ and become the only friends. Characters with different purposes appear, one after another, and start chasing the ‘girl’. It is the beginning of everything, as another witch wakes up! … More The Witch Part 2 The Other One Review: Crazy, Brutal, Bloody, and Stellar

Jurassic World Dominion Review: At Least It Isn’t As Bad As The Last One

Four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar, dinosaurs now live–and hunt–alongside humans all over the world. This fragile balance will reshape the future and determine, once and for all, whether human beings are to remain the apex predators on a planet they now share with history’s most fearsome creatures in a new Era. … More Jurassic World Dominion Review: At Least It Isn’t As Bad As The Last One