Movie Reviews Archive

Movie Review: ‘Django’

Greetings again from the darkness. Don’t mistake this for either the Franco Nero (1966) or Jamie Foxx (2012) movie. This latest from writer/director Etienne Comar centers on Django Reinhardt, one of the most talented and influential musicians of the twentieth century. Based on the ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Dare To Be Wild’

The release date of this movie could not be any more perfect, as this inspirational piece pours energy, enthusiasm and motivation for a fresh start in the New Year. Slated to release on January 9th, ‘Dare to be wild’ is based on a true ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Strange Ones’

Greetings again from the darkness. Having been well received at film festivals throughout 2017, this film is journey of patience for both the characters and its viewers. Co-directors Christopher Radcliff and Lauren Wolkstein have expanded their 2011 short film into their first feature length ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Blame’

Review by Jacquelin Hipes With all its inherent drama, high school has proven a popular setting for the reimagining of classic literature. Some popular examples include Emma (Clueless), The Scarlet Letter (Easy A), and Twelfth Night (She’s the Man). On the decidedly darker—but no ...Read More

David’s Top Movies Of 2017

Greetings again from the darkness. The final Box Office numbers for 2017 show the top eleven highest grossing films were some mixture of sequel, remake, and/or superhero movie. With that level of ticket sales, is there any wonder why the studios continue to focus ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Devil’s Gate’

Review by Caitlin Zeigler FBI Special Agent Daria Francis (Amanda Schull) looks into the disappearance of a woman, Maria Pritchard (Bridget Regan) and her child Jonah (Spencer Drever), after all signs point to the husband as being the only suspect. Jackson Pritchard (Milo Ventimiglia) ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Hostiles’

Greetings again from the darkness. When a filmmaker is influenced by one of the all-time classics, that filmmaker best deliver a movie that not only stands up to inevitable comparisons, but also one that has its own identity, playing as more than a copy. ...Read More