Demolition – Movie Review

Jake Gyllenhaal is slowly building up his repertoire as one of the finest actors in Hollywood. However, not even his best efforts can save Demolition, a tedious character study that
By Jarrod Saunders on 30 Aug 2016

Dope – Movie Review

Dope is a film that straddles the line between satire and serious slice-of-life problems that affect a troubled community and the youth in it. The result is jarring rather than
By Daniel Rom on 29 Jul 2016

Carol – Movie Review

It’s upsetting how easily films with so-called “niche appeal” get ignored by the general public when they get a quick summary of its subject matter. In today’s world of 140
By Daniel Rom on 29 Jul 2016

The Night Before – Movie Review

50/50 director Jonathan Levine reunites Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen for a raunchy and chaotic Christmas Carol for stoners. Anthony Mackie joins them in The Night Before, a bizarre but
By Jarrod Saunders on 30 May 2016

The Loft – Movie Review

Plausibility isn’t high on the list of priorities for The Loft, a sleek and sleazy locked-room erotic thriller that suffers from too much mystery and too many story complications. Those
By Jarrod Saunders on 16 May 2016

The Guest Review

There seems to be an emerging wave of movies that throwback to ’70s and ’80s horror films. The Guest is one of those. It’s a colorful, brave, campy, bloody and
By Jarrod Saunders on 02 Dec 2015

Wild Card Review

Wild Card is an odd movie. Not a good movie, but odd. It’s the second adaptation of a novel made into a film, and it’s also the second of those
By Daniel Rom on 05 Oct 2015

Straight Outta Compton Review

John Singleton produces Straight Outta Compton, a biopic about one of the most influential groups in hip-hop history. N.W.A. changed the genre by producing music about the harshness of the
By Byron Hendricks on 05 Oct 2015

Sin City – A Dame to Kill For Review

Fans and newbies alike should enjoy the two old comic stories retold and the two new stories written for this entertaining film sequel. It looks and feels exactly like the
By Guest on 21 Aug 2014

That Awkward Moment Review

Have you ever wondered, “Is this a relationship or it just friends with benefits?” Well, according to single stud Jason (Zac Efron), that wondering thought leads up to ‘That Awkward
By Meagan Taylor on 13 Aug 2014

12 Years a Slave Review

When you calculate it, approximately 11 million Africans were forcibly removed from their continent and homeland, shipped off to be slaves of other countries under the most horrid conditions. Thousands
By Sarah Xena Lee on 19 May 2014

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa Review

Jackass will always have a special place in my heart. Something about the antics of a bunch of skater/slackers just fooling around will always fill some of my fondest teenage
By Daniel Rom on 09 Apr 2014

The Paperboy Review

Set in the 1960’s, with the backdrop of violent alligator swamplands in South Florida, The Paperboy revolves around a team of people working to free a man wrongly prosecuted. Nothing
By Christine Tesco on 01 Apr 2014