Kevin Smith returns with his long-awaited Clerks 3. The story centers around Randal(Jeff Anderson) who has a heart in the film and now wants to do his movie about his life in a convenience store from his youth days with Dante or based on the first Clerks film. Minor Spoilers! PROS I loved all the […]Read More Clerks 3 Will make you laugh and Cry
Prey is a prequel Film from the Predator franchise. As it goes back to basic and brings a story that audience will love and talk about for years to come. The film stars Amber Midthunder (Roswell) and is directed by Dan Trachtenberg who is best known for 10 Cloverfield Lane. Minor Spoilers. PROS This film […]Read More Prey is in the same League as the OG Predator film!
The Matrix Resurrections is the forth installment of The Matrix franchise. Keanu Reeves, and Carrie Ann Moss return as Neo and Trinity. With Jada Pinkett Smith, Jonathan Groll, Yahya Abdul-Marteen 2nd, Jessica Hedwick, and Neil Patrick Harris. PROS I enjoyed the story as it felt fresh and rejuvenating for the franchise. Keanu Reeve is always […]Read More The Matrix Resurrection is the Best of the Sequels to The Matrix
Hello everyone check out our full review of Ghostbusters Afterlife. The first 10 minutes it is spoiler free and we go full spoiler after the 10 minute mark. Please like and Subscribe to my channel on the link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEDah7jd2KsfefGpqyENrSARead More REVIEW Ghostbuster Afterlife
Dune part one is a remake of the sci-fi 1984 film Dune by David Lynch and base of the hit book series by Frank Herbert. The remake is an epic sci-fi film split into two parts directed and co written by Denise Villeneuve. The film stars Timothee Chalametas the lead star Pual, Rebecca Ferguson, Jason […]Read More Dune Part One is Worth the Watch!
Halloween Kills is the recent reboot sequel to the original Halloween film of 1978. Halloween Kills take place immediately after Halloween 2018 series. The film stars Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, Anthony Michael Hall as Tommy Doyle, and Judy Greer as Karen Nelson. Does the sequel film live up to expectations? NO SPOILERS! PROS […]Read More Halloween Kills the Franchise Again!
The 5th and final outing of Daniel Craig’s James Bond series was released over the weekend in the US. This film wraps up this version of James Bond with 007 recruited by old fried Felix who needs his help which leads to trying to stop a global threat from new villain Safin played by Rami […]Read More No Time to Die Gives us Plenty of Time Not to Die
James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad film follows a new group of Task Force X on a suicide mission that’s balls to wall entertaining, and ambitious. MINOR SPOILERS. PROS If you love Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn you will love her in this film. James Gunn brings out the Harley Quinn we are familiar with compared to […]Read More REVIEW: The Suicide Squad
A Quiet Place Part Two, continues the story of the Abbot family, who are traveling a post-apocalyptic world with blind monters with super hearing have taken over the world. The film stars returning actress Emily Blunt, with new co stars Cillian Murphy, and Djimon Hounsou. MINOR SPOILERS. PROS I loved the opening of the film, […]Read More REVIEW: A Quiet Place Part 2
Netflix’s Army of the Dead is the newest film by direct Zack Snyder. It stars Dave Batista, Ella Purnell, Ana De La Reguera, Hiroyuki Sanada, Theo Rossi, and Omar Hardwick. This is a Zombie heist horror film about a group of soldiers who are hired by a billionaire to get 200 million dollars out of […]Read More REVIEW: Army of the Dead
Justice League Dark Apokolips War is the 15th and final chapter of this version of the DCAU direct to Digital and DVD animated movie series. This is the most violent, gruesome and darkest of the DC Universe we have seen outside of the DC Comic books, and it’s DC’s respond to Marvel Studios Infinity War […]Read More Justice League Dark Apokolips War Review
The Invisible Man is a classic horror film from 1933 by Universal Pictures and is base on the H.G. Wells classic novel The Invisible Man. With many serial of Invisible Man movies since 1933, and reboots. Comes a new modern take of the Invisible Man, that is written and directed by Leigh Whannell. Leigh Whannell […]Read More The Invisible Man 2020 Movie Review
The Joker Movie is finally released early on Thursday evening east cost time. I’ve been waiting to see this movie when it was in development going back since fall of 2017. The Joker movie staring Joaquin Phoenix is going to be a one of kind comic book movie that audience will be talking about for […]Read More Joker Movie: Review
Batman: Hush is base on one of the best selling Batman books and Batman stories of all time. DC Comics and WarnerMedia finally brings the popular Batman story as a animated movie base on the Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee story. Batman Hush animated movie is one of my anticipated animated movies to watch because […]Read More Batman: Hush Movie: Review
With The Averngers End Game movie as the most anticipated movie of the 2019 year. The second most anticipated movie of this year in my opinion is Spider-Man Far from Home, because of the fallout conclusion to End Game. Does Spider-Man Far from Home live up to the hype after End Game and is it […]Read More Spider-Man Far from Home Movie: Review