Category Archive: Drama

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

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 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

Get Out

Hey peoples! So, tell me what have you heard about this movie?  Because apparently, everyone has heard of it! Get out staring Daniel Kaluuya (Welcome to the Punch, Kick-Ass 2) and Allison Williams (College Musical, Girls *Series) restores… Continue reading

A Cure for Wellness

Okay. Last week we had some interesting new releases one of them being A Cure for Wellness starring Dane DeHaan (Life After Beth, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Kill Your Darlings), Mia Goth (Everest,… Continue reading

Fifty Shades Darker

I know what you’re thinking: If you must wait this long for an updated review it had better be a good one! Well I’m back and just in time to tell you that… Continue reading

The Darkness

I don’t feel like The Darkness is my first horror movie review this year, but it certainly feels like it’s been a while. Too bad there’s not much to show for it. The… Continue reading

*Throwback* Psycho

I had a strong urge to do a Throwback because it seems like forever since I last did one. So this week we’re going back a way to take a look into one… Continue reading

10 Cloverfield Lane

The upcoming movie trailers we get before the start of every feature can either be a great advantage or a great disadvantage. I have complained more than once about how the trailer ruined… Continue reading

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      By the early 1970s, as the counterculture was dissolving and reconfiguring, there were new pop-star archetypes on the horizon that we still tend to think of — the glam rocker, the sensitive singer-songwriter, the hair-band metal strutter, the prog-rock wizard, the belting pop chanteuse, the punk rocker. But there was another figure of the era […]
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