Three Thousand Years Of Longing Review – Miller Moves To Tell-Showing

George Miller's is a strange career as directors go, mostly because despite Mad Max coming out in 1979, he only has a dozen or so credits, and for every...

My Old School Review – Wild Doc Effort Delivers

I have to confess that documentaries aren't my favorite genre of film, despite the fact that documentaries manage to be some of my overall favorites. Generally, the ones made...

Thor: Love and Thunder Review – The Cartoonification – With Podcast Review

Just as Marvel lays out its Phase 5 slate at SDCC, Thor: Love and Thunder is vying for your dollars in theaters and while many of those Phase 5...

Top Gun: Maverick Review – Popcorn Recrowns A King. With Podcast Review

It goes without saying that Top Gun: Maverick is a risky film to make. The odds are perhaps in favor of turning a profit, but after 30 years you...

Morbius Review – Comic Mayhem Straddles Cartoon Line – With Podcast Review

Buried somewhere in Morbius there is an interesting exploration of character, and certain moments struggle through the morass of cartoon gimmick and special effects obligation, but the film ends...