CLASSIC MOVIE REVIEW: THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (1955)

“What religion do you profess, preacher?” “The religion the Almighty and me worked out betwixt us.” Set during the depression, The Night of the Hunter tells the story of a preacher, Harry Powell, who deems himself as doing “the work of God.” Thus, giving him the opportunity to take advantage of young women who let…

REVIEW: THE LIGHTHOUSE (2019)

“How long have we been on this rock? Five weeks? Two Days? Help me to recollect.” The Lighthouse tells the story of two men, working as lighthouse keepers off the coast of Maine in the 1890s. But when a terrible storm hits their shores, the two men fight to keep their sanity intact as they…

REVIEW: ALIEN (1979)

“Ash, that transmission… Mother’s deciphered part of it. It doesn’t look like an S.O.S.” “What is it, then?” “Well, I… it looks like a warning.” Alien tells the story of the starship Nostromo, and its crew, who after finding what they believe to be a distress signal far out in space, proceed to the unknown…

REVIEW: THE LAUNDROMAT (2019)

“Think of this as fairytale that actually happened.”  The Laundromat tells several stories, narrated by two extravagant looking men, following the aftermath of a boating accident and those who were directly affected. But after finding out the insurance company –not only– wasn’t covering the boat, but also run by a company who scammed thousands of…

REVIEW: ZOMBIELAND – DOUBLE TAP (2019)

“When you love something, you shoot it in the face, so it doesn’t become a flesh eating monster.” Zombieland: Double Tap continues 10 years after the original Zombieland, and tells the story of Tallahassee, Columbus, Wichita, and Little Rock on their journey through the zombie apocalypse. But as relationships begin to crumble, and their now…

REVIEW: JEXI (2019)

“What does this bitch have that I don’t?” “Well, a soul, for one.” “Does she have Google maps?” “No!” Jexi tells the story of Phil, a young man who’s obsessed with his cell phone. I mean, he takes it EVERYWHERE. But when an accident forces him to get a new phone with the newest operating…

REVIEW: THE ADDAMS FAMILY (2019)

“Pink is a gateway color!” The Addams Family, based on the cartoons by Charles Addams, follows Gomez and Morticia Addams, and their two children Wednesday and Pugsley, as their dark and ghoulish lives are disrupted by the start of a new and flashy housing development. But when the Addams family tries to be welcoming of…

REVIEW: GEMINI MAN (2019)

“When I saw him, it was like I was seeing a ghost. Like every trigger I’ve ever pulled.” Gemini Man tells the story of Henry, an all-star hitman for a CIA-like government entity, who after his retirement, leaves this government entity out a marksman. But when Henry begins to find out about the behind the…