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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Promising Young Woman (2020)—Emerald Fennell’s Directorial Debut Is A Dark Thrill Ride Of Revenge

One of the films that I've been waiting to see since I saw its initial trailer is Promising Young Woman. From that first trailer, I knew that this film would be a fun ride from beginning to end, and I am happy to say my intuition was correct. Emerald Fennell, who has previously only acted …

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Antebellum—There’s a Reason This Scrapped Its Theatrical Run

Whenever I see "From the Producers of Get Out", I immediately get excited. Jordan Peele's team behind Get Out and Us did a phenomenal job with both of those films with their intersection of horror and race issues in America. So when those words came across my computer screen when I originally watched the trailer …

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Guns Akimbo—A Movie About Twitch Chat on Steroids

Most people, at some point or another, have come across some sort of internet troll. If you are anything like me, I often find myself wondering what spineless lowlifes are behind the malicious keyboard attacks and what would happen if they were found out. Well, Guns Akimbo is a movie from New Zealand that does …

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“The Boy at the Keyhole” by Stephen Giles—Adaptability Review

One of my favorite genres in any form of media is children's thriller/horror. From Courage the Cowardly Dog and Over the Garden Wall in television to Gremlins and Coraline in the movies, I thoroughly believe the most underrepresented genre that has the most potential is horror thrillers for children. The Boy at the Keyhole by …

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The Invisible Man: A Modern Rework of a Classic Monster That Needs to Be Seen

Back in 2016, Universal was hard at work creating their own Marvel-esque universe with their classic monsters which was set to debut with Tom Cruise’s The Mummy (2017). However, with The Mummy’s release came great critical and financial failure, and with that the scrapping of future films in that universe. One of those films was …

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