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Eddie Lopez

Eduardo Lopez grew up in the hot deserts of the Imperial Valley (El Centro, CA) but now resides in San Diego. Eddie is a recent graduate from San Diego State University with a degree in Television, Film, and New Media. He grew up on classic horror movies but loves movies of every genre and every decade. Aside from talking about movies, Eddie enjoys writing screenplays and hopes to one day have one of his scripts made into an actual film.
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Widows 2018 Movie Review. Directed by Steve McQueen

After Steve McQueen’s historic Best Picture Oscar win for 12 Years a Slave, McQueen solidified his status as one of the very best directors working today. The win was a gigantic milestone that would seem to enable McQueen to take on any project of his choosing. Instead, he disappeared from the film world for almost […]

Suspiria 2018 Movie Review

We live in an age of remakes and reboots, and that is especially true in the horror genre. In the past 10 years alone, we have seen reboots of horror classics such as Halloween, Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Evil Dead, Carrie, Fright Night and many more. Next up in the long […]

5 Horror Movies For The True Horror Fans

For as long as I can remember, horror films have been a part of my life. I was exposed to iconic horror franchises such as A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th so early in my life that I can’t actually remember a time when I didn’t know what those movies were. I […]

Halloween – 2018 Movie Review. Michael Myers Is Back

In 1978, director John Carpenter revolutionized the horror genre when he released the indie mega-hit, Halloween. Although the film spawned off a a series of highly successful sequels, they never garnered anything even close to the critical success that the original had. Forty years after its release, however, director David Gordon Green was compelled to […]

Ant-Man And The Wasp Movie Review

Peyton Reed is back to direct Ant-Man and the Wasp, the sequel to his 2015 surprise hit, Ant-Man. The film takes place roughly two years after the events of Captain America: Civil War, which saw Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) get arrested for helping Captain America during the airport battle in Germany. Lang, who has been […]

10 Outstanding Foreign Films Made Outside Of The United States

For decades, Hollywood has been synonymous with film. Since most major films come from the Hollywood studio system, it is easy to forget that there are plenty of amazing stories that are made in other parts around the globe. Below is a list of 10 outstanding foreign films that represent some of the finest films […]
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The Seagull Movie Review

The Seagull Movie Review: When it comes to film, only a few things are worse than completely wasting an incredible cast. The Seagull features a cast that includes the likes of Saoirse Ronan, Annette Benning, Elisabeth Moss and Corey Stoll. It is an adaptation of what appears to be a fantastic play. Despite its incredible […]

Solo: A Star Wars Story Movie Review

Solo: A Star Wars Story Movie Review: When it was announced that the second Star Wars spin-off film would revolve around a young Han Solo, the overall reaction was mixed. There were some who loved the idea, but there were many others who were completely against it because we already had a young Han Solo […]
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Deadpool 2 Movie Review Starring Ryan Reynolds

Deadpool 2 Movie Review: When the first Deadpool film came out in 2016, it revolutionized the superhero genre. For the first time, mainstream audiences were treated to a major R-rated superhero film. It proved that the superhero genre could be successful with an R-rating and still paved the way for the Academy award-nominated film “Logan“, […]

I Feel Pretty Movie Review

I Feel Pretty: Writing-directing duo Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein make their feature film debut with the Amy Schumer-led film, I Feel Pretty. The film sees Schumer as Renee, an insecure woman who gains an extreme boost in her confidence after hitting herself in the head. Joining Schumer is Rory Scovel as Renee’s love interest, […]

Blumhouse Horror Truth Or Dare Movie Review

Truth Or Dare: Imagine that you could take the concepts of Final Destination and It Follows, blend them together and then aim the end product at millennials. Make that film PG-13 and you basically get Truth or Dare. Truth or Dare is the latest film to come out of the Blumhouse production company, which is […]

A Quiet Place Movie Review

It’s no secret that 2017 was an outstanding year for horror and genre films, a year which culminated in Academy awards for genre films Get Out and The Shape of Water. A Quiet Place looks to keep that momentum going as it is the first truly great horror film of 2018. Packed with as much […]