“Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales” (2017)

Yo-ho, Yo-ho a pirates life for me! Everyone who knows the Pirates of the Caribbean movie franchise should know that song. But I have to say I was deeply satisfied with this 5th film of the movie franchise. I will get to in a moment of why I was so deeply satisfied with this new…

Baywatch (2017)

This movie I will have to admit it had its moments, but if your a fan of the old television series which this series is based off of. I would have to say at least give the film a chance, one thing from always looking at the trailers to this film I was hoping for…

Alien: Covenant

Prometheus divided fans of the Alien franchise because of its notorious lack of “xenomorphs,” the iconic, penis-headed movie monsters that we first encountered in 1979’s Alien. But the prequel’s fatal flaw was a lack of focus. Was it an Alien movie? Something else entirely? The film had big ideas and profound questions, but the spotty…

Alien: Resurrection

WARNING: FULL SPOILERS Many fans of the Alien Franchise looked at Alien 3 as the abomination of the series. That’s probably the Newt-Hicks-Bishop fanboys talking…and I should know, I was one of them. But while Alien 3 had it’s problems, it had some intriguing aspects and it was clearly an Alien film. There was absolutely…

Alien 3

WARNING: FULL SPOILERS My previous nostalgic reviews were about movies and shows that I loved when I was younger.  I thought it would be a nice change to tackle a film that I absolutely hated…Alien 3. If you have read my article about Aliens, you know about my love for that film and its characters….

Alien (1979)

Alien was the film that launched the career of Sigourney Weaver, Scott and a thousand face huggers. Beyond its legendary reputation was a truly great film. Alien is a brilliant atmospheric science fiction horror film that terrifies on several levels. The film’s cast, realistic world, and infamous creature make this much more than its seemingly B-movie…

“King Arthur Legend Of The Sword” (2017)

Earlier in the month of April, I was honored to go to a free movie screening of this film. I have to admit I did have doubts that this film would be any good. However, those doubts were also lifted with every trailer I watched, and knowing that Guy Ritchie directed the film gave me…

The Control Group (2014)

Writers: Logan Gion, Peter Hurd    Director: Peter Hurd   Starring: Brad Dourif, Taso Stavrakis, Ross Deitiche, Jenna Enemy, Justen Jones, Emily Soto This is the true definition of an indie film done well. Is it perfect? No, of course, it isn’t. But it’s good. The story is well written; the actors are great, not…

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)

Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 has a mammoth task. It’s the follow up to one of the most successful comic book movies of the past few years. Could the highly anticipated sequel ever live up to the hype? Unfortunately, the film never reaches the lofty heights of the original. The plot is too busy…

Ex Machina (2014)

The best science fiction creates an idea that crawls into your head, takes a bat to your most cherished beliefs, and leaves you a wreck that questions everything you believe. If it can entertain you while destroying everything you hold dear, even better. Ex Machina follows young coder Caleb Smith (Domhnall Gleeson) as he goes…

Colossal (2017)

Colossal’s premise catches your attention, for better or worse. Gloria (Anne Hathaway) returns to her hometown after boyfriend Tim (Dan Stevens), frustrated with her drinking and listlessness, throws her out. Gloria tries to get her life together with the help of childhood friend Oscar (Jason Sudeikis). However, after a drunken night, Gloria discovers that she…