The Surprising Faces of Uma Thurman

I was in the mood for something corny and nostalgic this weekend so I watched 1997’s Batman and Robin you know with Mr. Freeze, Poison Ivy, and the introduction of Batgirl. Seeing this… Continue reading

Sinister 2

  Sinister 2, how I waited on pins and needles for the second chapter of the infamous Sinister, which freaked the crap out of everyone back in 2012. The first film was creepy,… Continue reading

The Man from U.N.C.L.E

  So far I am loving the month of August movie releases! We’re going into the second week of this month and I have yet to be disappointed…although it is only the second… Continue reading

The Gift

  So I was finally able to sneak a review for you this week and man am I excited to give you the new release of The Gift starring Jason Bateman (Juno, Horrible… Continue reading

Trainwreck

This weekend we have two promising releases, but since pint-sized super heroes just don’t do it for me I bring to you Trainwreck. Starring Amy Schumer (Price Check, Inside Amy Schumer *Series) and… Continue reading

The Gallows

Does anyone remember the last time we saw a found-footage film that was actually good? Seriously can you remember? The Gallows reminds us that even though Hollywood loves making found footage movies they… Continue reading

*Throwback* National Lampoon’s Vacation

It’s about time for another throwback. Which of course means this weekend’s releases just weren’t up to par with getting me to the movies. But that’s alright because I love skipping back in… Continue reading

Inside Out

Another Pixar release! Who’s excited? Cause I’m excited! Mainly because I’ve been aware of Inside Out for a long time, but never quite understood what was the plot based on the trailers I’d… Continue reading

Jurassic World

  This week we get the release of Jurassic World and might I say it’s about time! Growing up with the Jurassic Park franchise I’d been on pin’s and needles waiting for this… Continue reading

Love & Mercy

Another musical movie that dictates a well-known band from our past and encourages us to look up their music and download it because until we heard it on the big screen we forgot… Continue reading

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