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  • DeepStar Six

    DeepStar Six

    ★★★

    I'm going to preface this by saying my rating might be generous because this was the second of a double bill alongside one of the worst films I've seen in quite a long time, Hollywood High. So compared to that, this was genius. But that being said, DeepStar Six still surprised me. Going into this I figured with a poster like that and direction from Sean S. Cunningham, the director of the first Friday the 13th, this was going to…

  • Hollywood High

    Hollywood High

    ½

    The Amazon Prime synopsis for this “film” reads: 

    “Four high school girls at Hollywood High are looking for fun. Together they frolic on the beach and cavort with their guys. In their search for a little privacy they meet up with a retired movie star whose mammoth house offers 10 private bedrooms. But, there's a catch. Life is good at Hollywood High.”

    That last part about the retired movie star doesn’t come into play until ALMOST 50 MINUTES IN. And…

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  • St. Elmo's Fire

    St. Elmo's Fire

    Charade has often been called the greatest Alfred Hitchcock film NOT made by Alfred Hitchcock. Well I'm here to say that St. Elmo's Fire is the worst John Hughes movie John Hughes never made.

    St Elmo's Fire is supposed to be a coming-of-age film about the whirlwind drama and fear that comes with graduating from college and becoming an independent person. But I feel like Joel Schumacher (Batman & Robin) was way over his head when he made this. This felt…

  • Godzilla

    Godzilla

    ★★★½

    Well after a long ten year sleep, Godzilla has risen again for the sixtieth anniversary of the monster's inception. This marks the first Godzilla film made in America in sixteen years, and I'm here to ask the question, was it worth the wait?

    This time instead of an established director like Roland Emmerich (Independence Day), we get fresh blood in Gareth Edwards (Monsters) at the helm. The film starts off kind of rocky, with an unoriginal plot about a man…