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  • Day of the Dead

    Day of the Dead


    George A. Romero's Day of the Dead was largely misunderstood when it was first released in 1985, and that's a real shame. In my opinion, this is Romero's masterpiece. Day is his tour de force.

    Everything about this film is wonderful. Our main protagonist, Sarah (Lori Cardille), is a strong and intelligent character on par with the Alien franchise's Ripley. The supporting cast around her all turn in excellent performances as well, but the most notable one is definitely Joseph…

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


    Look, I was becoming one of those people who is experiencing mad superhero fatigue.

    It’s hard saying that because I grew up DEVOURING comic books, drawing superhero coloring pages, and dressing up in cheap polyester costumes and pretending to fight crime in friend’s back yards.

    However, with the deluge of visually (and, often, thematically) similar superhero films pouring into theaters bi-monthly the last 5 years, the excitement for the genre has really waned for me. I’ve become numb to them…

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  • Hannie Caulder

    Hannie Caulder


    Even better the second time.

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp

    Ant-Man and the Wasp


    Every time I try to watch a MCU movie.

    “Well, that was kind of fun but it’s starting to drag a little bit. Wonder how much time is left?”


    “Oh... 1h 23 minutes remaining. Great.”

    I LOVE the first Ant-Man film. It’s funny, the action is incredible, the casting is perfect, and it has a ton of heart.

    This film just feels like another bland copy paste post-Avengers MCU script. Almost everything after Joss Whedon’s film feels neutered and unoriginal (with the exception of Ant-Man and the Guardian films.)

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  • Halloween



    Michael Myers is back.

    The Halloween franchise has had its incredible ups and it’s severe downs. This is definitely an up.

    Halloween will satisfy hardcore fans with its callbacks and rich connections to the original, but certainly stands on its own as a potent horror experience in its own right. It’s expertly crafted, exceptionally brutal, and sharply written. David Gordon Green and Danny McBride’s script was spot-on, and, with Green’s direction, took this film exactly where it needed to go. I had…

  • Halloween



    This is the most I’ve connected with Halloween during a viewing so far. Such incredible atmosphere.