The Golden Age of Streaming

As my couch can attest, we now have an insane amount of streaming material available to us on a bevy of devices from countless sources. As an avid consumer subscribed to a handful of services and the owner of several devices, I am livin’ the dream in regards to entertainment accessibility. Not only do we […]

Ouija: Origin of Evil Movie Review

I love horror movies, though I can’t help feeling like they chose me. Growing up named Jason, I never went too long without being asked something stupid about a hockey mask. Still, the feeble and frequent jokes piqued my curiosity. I saw good and bad slasher flicks younger than I probably should have (thanks, HBO). […]

Denial: Movie Review

The Holocaust is one if not the most well-known events in world history. Even those who would never consider themselves well versed in matters of history know what it is, and most would even offer up an opinion about its horrors and perverted psychology. No other historical event has produced as many books, inspired so […]

Operation Avalanche Movie Review

Conspiracy theories are stories we tell ourselves because we want to believe they’re true, from the grassy knoll to little green men at Area 51. These stories are modern fairy tales, letting us keep believing there’s a secret world where strange and fantastic things happen, where it’s dark and danger is everywhere. In an Internet-everywhere […]

The Dressmaker: Movie Review

Writer/director Jocelyn Moore’s return to filmmaking after more than two decades away was absolutely worth the wait. In The Dressmaker, Kate Winslet stars as scorned Myrtle “Tilly” Dunnage, who’s looking to exact some much due vengeance to her former townspeople whom she thinks have left her cursed. Tilly, a now glamorous designer, splashes onto the […]

Snowden: Movie Review

Secrecy = Security = Victory. It’s the mantra by which the CIA and NSA operate in Snowden, Oliver Stone’s latest film. There’s something deeper than paranoia or mistrust lurking within the walls of these American organizations. We get the sense this is the case from Corbin O’Brian, a senior officer in the CIA recruiting top-talent […]

Sully: Movie Review

I’m a nervous flyer. Every bump, clank, or bang I hear sounds like the plane will be crashing shortly. Of course, I’ve been wrong every time, but you never know… When bird strikes disabled both engines on U.S. Airways Flight 1549, Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger (Tom Hanks) made an emergency landing on the Hudson River, saving […]

Star Wars Superfans Revealed “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” Stop Animation

A team of Star Wars superfans today revealed the new toy line for the highly anticipated “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” movie via a series of fan-made animated shorts launching on the Star Wars YouTube channel. As part of a competition in collaboration with creative network Tongal, a team was assembled to write, direct and produce original, fan-made stop-motion shorts starring key […]
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Hands of Stone: Movie Review

Hands of Stone (Manos de Piedras) is a biopic of the great Panamanian boxer Roberto Duran (Édgar Ramirez) is the typical feel good film that shows life of any great athlete in a dramatic way. It was a celebration of his life and the people around him, in particular his trainer Ray Arcel (Robert De Niro) […]

Sausage Party: Movie Review

  What would you get if you had Seth Rogen write a Disney movie? The answer is Sausage Party, the newest movie from the mind of Seth Rogen. As I said this is, in terms of some sequences, reminiscent of a Disney movie, it is definitely NOT A DISNEY MOVIE. This is obvious simply with […]
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War Dogs: Movie Review

Some say that this war on terror is to fight against those who want to destroy our freedom and this great nation. Others will say this war on terror is to make those who have the power money these people are known as War Dogs. This is a movie based on a true story about […]
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Hell or High Water : Movie Review

Brothers Toby and Tanner Howard, set out to save the family homestead in David Mackenzie’s Hell or High Water. When their mother dies, the local bank that holds the mortgage to their Ranch is less than forgiving about the family’s financial situation and threatens to take the only asset that they have. Divorced father of […]
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Suicide Squad: Movie Review

What happens when you get bad people to do good things? You get a ragtag bunch of Meta Humans who are forced into the Suicide Squad. This movie comes to us in the midst of the aftermath that was Batman v Superman, and after the impressive DC panel at Comic-Con that showed us new footage […]
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Jason Bourne: Movie Review

Going into this movie I was very excited to see Matt Damon reprise his role, as Jason Bourne and I must say I was not disappointed. This is the fourth movie in the Bourne series, especially if you don’t count the Jeremy Renner offshoot. This is also the first Bourne film to not have the […]

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