Movie Reviews Archive

Movie Review: ‘The Aftermath’ Blu-ray

Greetings again from the darkness. It’s 1945 on the heels of the Allied forces victory in WWII. British officer Lewis Morgan is charged with overseeing the military’s role in beginning the process of returning a sense of normalcy back to Hamburg (and assisting with ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘The Quiet One’

Greetings again from the darkness. Very few rock stars would be content having the nickname “Stoneface”, or having a documentary on their life titled “The Quiet One”, but then Bill Wyman is not a typical rock star. Having quit The Rolling Stones after being ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Burn Your Maps’

Review by James Lindorf In Burn Your Maps Hollywood it-kid, Jacob Tremblay, is Wes, an 8-year-old from a nondescript American city whose heart lies, not at home with his family, but on the plains of Mongolia. After discovering an old picture stuck in the ...Read More

DIFF Movie Review: ‘Ophelia’

Review by Jacqueline Hipes Women don’t often fare well in Shakespeare’s plays. Although written with as much dimension as the men, they rarely find themselves in a better position at the end of the play than the one they held at the start. At ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Deep Murder’

Review by James Lindorf Deep Murder is a horror comedy by Director Nick Corirossi, who is known for his work on Funny or Die, most notably the “Don Cheadle Is Captain Planet” episode. Written by Quinn Beswick, Josh Margolin, Benjamin Smolen, and Nikolai von ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Vault’

Review by Bradley Smith Theo Rossi (Luke Cage) and Clive Standen (Vikings, Doctor Who) star in Vault, the latest “based on true events” mafia thriller/heist movie. I have spoken before about how dull “based on true events” movies come across to me and this ...Read More