Reviewing and Ranking 2022 Halloween Movies (Part 2)

Well, after my part 1 went up I went on a long spree of watching more Halloween/Horror films from this year, and it would appear that I saved the worst for last. There were definitely a few that I really enjoyed, but I must admit, half of this list leaves a lot to be desired. …

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Reviewing and Ranking 2022 Horror Films (Part I)

My long hiatus from writing reviews came after last October, where I reviewed a horror film, show, or book everyday within the month. The massive amount of work I put into that, mixed with the increased toxicity towards film reviews (more on that after Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022) releases next month), caused me to …

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A Quiet Place Part II (2021)—Review

One of my favorite films of 2018 was John Krasinski's theatrical directorial debut, A Quiet Place. With fantastic characters, an incredible premise, and some of the most suspenseful sound design ever presented in film, A Quiet Place blew audiences away and was a true "must see in a theater" event. When A Quiet Place Part …

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Sonic the Hedgehog: The First Decent Children’s Movie of the Year

When the first trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog hit the web, the entire world cried out in horror at the terrible design, and it was relieving to see the studio listen to the outcry and redesign the character. The new design gave fans of the franchise high hopes that the studio will do a good …

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The Rhythm Section: A Film That Couldn’t Decide What Tempo to Follow

When you hear that the producers of the Bond films are adapting a well-regarded, female-led spy novel series for the big screen with none other than Blake Lively tapped to star, one can’t help but to get excited. Unfortunately, The Rhythm Section falls on the offbeat too many times and manages to disappoint audiences despite …

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Like a Boss: Proof That Stars Alone Do Not Make A Movie Shine

Tiffany Haddish has recently burst onto the movie scene over the past few years, and normally she is hilarious with her loud, bombastic balls-to-the-wall attitude. So, one would think that a comedy with her, the lovely Rose Byrne, and the screen-grabbing Salma Hayek would be good time, right? The movie is 1-hour and 23-minutes of …

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