The Death Cure is a good end to the series, with some great action setpieces and surprises along the way.
The End of the F***ing World is Netflix’s first talked-about series other than Devilman: Crybaby to grace the month of January. If you have watched the trailer you would know this show has a crazy […]
Highly lauded as one of cinema’s best films by directors such as Martin Scorsese, its status has only risen to these heights within the past few decades.
2018 comes out blasting with Masaaki’s Devilman Crybaby. The most ultra-violent, sexual, and demonic thing to ever touch Netflix. Devilman Crybaby is also the first of Netflix’s new anime push. Which is pretty insane given […]
I remembered staring at Columbus’s credit scene with a slight tinge of melancholy in my heart, but at the same time, I was at peace. Video essayist turned writer and director Kogonada’s first foray into […]
So far each entry into this series has gotten better and better. The story is actually honed to a fine degree and really mixes all the monsters and pieces of the prior works together into […]
This was made in the 60’s so apparently every country lost its mind to the free drugs of the era. To begin with, there is a set of twins that are like six inches tall […]
Jefferson Pierce is a hardened hero who has decided to hang up his costume, and better his community in different ways. He is the principal of an all-black high school in a mostly black community. The man […]
Let me start with Vince Vaughn. I remember seeing him for the first time in Swingers way back in the day. I would have never expected this kind of a performance from him. Much like […]
Jessica Chastain and Idris Elba headline a great Aaron Sorkin drama about the true story of Molly Bloom and her underground poker games.
Filmera takes you back to the beginning of Ken Cikas’s Godzilla marathon.
With a few great standout episodes, Electric Dreams is an interesting new series with some glaring issues along the way.
Finally, Guillermo Del Toro has delivered a film that reminds us why he has been held in such high regard over the years.
For the twenty-fourth adventure, Zatoichi in Desperation, the star in front of the camera also becomes the man behind the camera. So how did Katsu, the person who understood the title character better than anyone, decide to direct himself and weave the narrative for the character he had become so accustomed to? By sending Ichi straight to hell, of course.
P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman) had a dream: one day he would be more than the son of a poor tailor. The dream came in the form of a song, it wasn’t very specific, but he […]
The charming young bear returns with a wonderful but dangerous new chapter that finds him wrongfully imprisoned.