I can remember when I saw The Lego Movie in theaters. I was a lot less selective when it came to the films I sat through, (a double-movie night with Fifty Shades of Grey and SpongeBob: Sponge Out of Water? Sign me up!) and even though I’ve never liked the Lego video-games […]
The Conjuring Universe has taken the world by storm, becoming one of the highest-grossing horror series’ of all-time. As a matter of fact, the only franchise with more bragging rights is the Godzilla series, and despite the upcoming crossover between the large-lizard and King Kong, with all the films Warner […]
It has become a tale as old as time in Hollywood, studio bigwigs stumble across an untapped prospect that was successful in a different country or, perhaps, in a different medium, and decide they want to adapt it on the big-screen. This isn’t inherently a bad idea and it isn’t […]
The How to Train Your Dragon series has been a beacon of light for Dreamworks Animation and has become one of my all-time favorite animated series’. In the early 2000s, Dreamworks Animation started the millennium my introducing us to Shrek, an enjoyable and creative animation that showed what Dreamworks was capable of with the right idea. […]
The latest outing for The Caped Crusader pits him against the Pizza obsessed Turtles in a Half Shell! Does it deliver the goods? Here’s my thoughts!
Aquaman became the highest-grossing film in the polarizing DC Extended Universe, but does it truly right the ship?
Toy Story 4 is a polarizing film, with many believing it didn’t need to be made. Still, does Pixar’s latest outing earns its keep in the classic series?
I’ll be honest with you; Jordan Peele was never on my radar as a movie fan. I knew of him, as in, I knew of his Comedy Central show Keene & Peele and I knew of his comedy film Keanu, but I never expected he’d be someone to watch […]
Note: This review was written December 19th, 2015. When I watched All Hallows’ Eve, the film brought a disturbed, little anthology that left me wanting more from Damien Leone and Art the Clown. However, I discovered the sequel would not be the film to answer that call. Leone is developing a full-fledged feature film about Art the Clown […]
Note: This review was written December 17th, 2015. All Hallows’ Eve is a 2013 anthology horror film directed and written by Damien Leone in his feature-film debut. The director since went to work on Frankenstein vs. The Mummy, and according to his IMDb page, is filming a spin-off of All Hallows’ Evecalled Terrifier. The film stars Katie Maguire in the […]