Head back this way on Monday for the start of the five part Halloween special! That’s five new episodes of scary seasonal flicks every Monday all October long!
I saw Kubo and the Two Strings on a whim and man, am I glad I did. I will sing its praises thusly: Read the rest of this entry
Here’s the first episode of Quick Reviews – these ramblings on Star Wars: The Force Awakens went on longer than I wanted, but hey, it’s Star Wars. I can talk about Star Wars all day long, never mind five minutes.
It’s movie awards season (though if you’re brave enough to sit through the Golden Globes or the Oscars, you’re tougher than I am), so I thought I’d drop a list of what films I liked and what made me wished I’d stayed home. Here’s my ranking breakdown of the movies I saw in 2015. (Keep in mind, I’m still playing catchup, so this post with probably get updated.) Read the rest of this entry
Deciding that one piece of art is better than another one is an arbitrary process. At best, one could call it a matter of opinion and at worst, a futile exercise. Since no one made me watch, I was able to bypass the 2016 Golden Globes all together and I’m better off for it. Here’s a few reasons why. Read the rest of this entry
If you’ve not familiar with the term, a ticking clock movie is when the heroes need to do X before the bad guys do Y because if they don’t, the good guys lose, and what fun is that? A good example of a ticking clock movie would be Speed, Back to the Future, Star Wars… Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and now Star Wars: The Force Awakens. I can see how this is both a good and bad thing. Read the rest of this entry