Movie Reviews Archive

Movie Review: ‘Green Rush’

Review by Bradley Smith Green Rush tells the story of a family farm in California struggling for survival against increased legal and illegal forces in the wake of California legalizing recreational marijuana. Inspired by true events, this harrowing story, chillingly encapsulated in a film ...Read More

Movie Short Review: ‘A Better You’

Review by James Lindorf Writer and Director Eamonn Murphy’s “A Better You” is a steampunk Irish fantasy/drama about a man discovering the best version of himself. Douglas is a thirty-something programmer with few prospects in the way of friends and even less in love. ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Braking For Whales’

Greetings again from the darkness. Their mother amassed quite the collection of whale-related items from eBay prior to her recent passing. The brother needs the inheritance to continue his self-discovery course, which may or may not answer the question of whether or not he ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Penance Lane’

Review by James Lindorf Seeking a little honest work on his road to redemption, Crimson Matthews takes on the task of cleaning up a dilapidated house owned by the small town’s preacher. Crimson has had a lot of things to fear in his life, ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Gentlemen’ Blu-ray

Greetings again from the darkness. Let’s get this out of the way upfront. Filmmaker Guy Ritchie’s return to London crime-comedy is most assuredly a bit too far removed from today’s acceptable Politically Correct line. It features mostly male characters and far too many stereotypes ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘The Booksellers’

Greetings again from the darkness. One might think that the only thing less interesting than watching someone read a book would be watching them talk about a book they are buying and not intending to read. Director-Editor-Producer DW Young somehow manages to make the ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Selah And The Spades’

Review by James Lindorf Haldwell is an elite boarding school in an unnamed part of Pennsylvania. On its private grounds, all debaucherous activities are controlled by one of five student-led factions. Seventeen-year-old Selah Summers (Lovie Simone) runs the Spades, the most respected and feared ...Read More