3 out of 5 stars (average) Thank you to Ross Munro and Maria Munro for reaching out to me for this review. European Tour ’73 is an interesting short. The film is a 15-minute documentary and travelogue detailing one family’s trek across Europe in 1973 and the deeper meaning it had for the patriarch of… Continue Reading
After College Years: 2017-Present
Reviews posted here were written after I graduated from college in 2017. They are the most analytical of my reviews, but still have my sprinkles of humor. I feel that I have finally hit my stride here, but, as any good writer, am always looking for ways to improve. Enjoy!
Come Play may have the dumbest-sounding horror premise I’ve seen this year: A supernatural creature haunts an unstable family via an iPad (truly the most terrifying creation in existence). However, as with an ever-increasing number of films with dumb-sounding conceits, Come Play makes the most out of its premise and provides a creepy creature flick… Continue Reading
2.5 out of 5 stars (Decent) Thank you to writer/director George Loomis for reaching out to me for this review. Unthinkable is now available on Video on Demand with iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, FandagoNow, Redbox TVOD, Movie Spree, Comcast and Charter cable companies. Unthinkable is the kind of movie best described as “Genre confused”. Its… Continue Reading
4 out of 5 stars (one of the best of the year) The Broken Hearts Gallery is one of the best films I’ve seen this year. It’s not headlined by big stars, approaches its story and characters with refreshing believability, and overcomes its few flaws with wit and cleverness. Most surprisingly, it comes from first… Continue Reading
2.5 out of 5 stars (decent) Thank you to Bride Cameron for reaching out to me for this review. Alien Addiction is now available on Demand, DVD, and Blu-Ray. We’ve seen aliens come to earth for a multitude of reasons throughout film history. Some want to kill us, some want to enslave us, and some… Continue Reading
3 out of 5 stars (average) Thank you to Alejandro Montoya Marin for reaching out to me for this review. Thank goodness for Alejandro Montoya Marin’s new YTK dramedy Millennium Bugs. In 2020, Marin’s film is both a nostalgic time capsule and a reminder that the world’s reaction to uncertainty hasn’t changed much in 20… Continue Reading