*ThrowBack* When a Stranger Calls

I wanted to find something cool to bring to you for Halloween. So I found this old-school horror and gave it a go! When a Stranger Calls falls off the traditional story The… Continue reading

Halloween *2018

For once a classic is done right with this continuation of the Micheal Myers horror Halloween. Watching this makes me really wish I had seen the original movie again as a refresher. If… Continue reading

Bad Times at the El Royale

So this weekend we had a few interesting movies. One of which was Bad Times at the El Royale starring Jeff Bridges (The Little Prince, Iron Man, The Men Who Stare at Goats),… Continue reading

My Hero Academia The Movie: Two Heroes

So I don’t know who here really watches anime. Or who all reads my blog at all now thanks to my random recent postings. Hello all! Let’s keep it really random, shall we?… Continue reading

Blindspotting

Wow. Just wow. This weekend doesn’t have too much happening in the way of movies but that’s quite alright because one of the new releases threw us a curveball in the best way… Continue reading

The First Purge

So, Fourth of July just passed by and people are still celebrating with The First Purge. The Purge series is phenomenal, one which I never thought would have amounted to anything after seeing… Continue reading

*Throwback* The Thing

So, I think I’m giving this update to Purple Films a throwback with a cult classic, John Carpenters The Thing. You know I’ve been itching for a good horror lately and you can’t… Continue reading

The Commuter

  Hey faithful movie goers! How’s it been?? I know, I know I’m in and out of it lately but I’m back now. With a decent enough action thriller starring Liam Neeson (A… Continue reading

Suburbicon

So Suburbicon comes a little as a surprise. Starring Matt Damon (Saving Private Ryan, We Bought a Zoo, Oceans Thirteen) and Julianne Moore (Crazy, Stupid, Love., The Forgotten) Suburbicon throws audiences into a… Continue reading

Happy Death Day

  Just in time for horror movie season! I’m so excited to come back with a good one. And from the unlikeliest candidate might I add. Happy Death Day staring Jessica Rothe (La… Continue reading

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