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  • The Matrix Resurrections

    The Matrix Resurrections


    I have a confession to make...

    I rewatched all three of the previous Matrix movies over the last couple of weeks in the lead-up to this, and I didn't review them.

    These are the only movies I've watched but haven't reviewed since I've been on this site.

    I just couldn't be bothered...

    I really just don't care.

    The Matrix franchise is not something I've ever been all that jazzed on and didn't even pay attention to the first one till…

  • Antlers



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I almost didn't watch this movie...

    Everything I've heard has been mixed to negative, and I have precious little time to invest in movies right now...especially if they're shit.

    But, I love me some Wendigo, so I had to give'r a once over.

    I've heard tons of people complain about cultural appropriation when speaking about this movie… But, I guess that's to be expected, seeing as how we live in the Twilight Zone now.

    As you might have guessed, I…

Popular reviews

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch


    "Seeking something missing... Missing something left behind."

    I've seen a lot of polarization over this film in the past couple of months.

    Some people absolutely love this film; others are less than impressed.

    For me, I'm somewhat in the middle leaning towards love.

    On the one hand, the stories featured here are incredibly poetic, which doesn't jive with my sensibilities in the slightest.

    To be blunt. Poetry annoys me.

    As a writer (and all of us here are in some…

  • Malignant



    To get themselves into the headspace to write this movie, I'm confident James Wan and company headbutted the shit out of a giant bag of ketamine, then humped their way through a pile of half-assembled mannequins...

    Malignant is so beyond bizarre it's hard to wrap one's head around, let alone describe with coherent sentences.

    A tonal seesaw with half-baked characters who seem to have cut their teeth on shows like Guiding Light and a story so misguided, you'd be forgiven…