One of the surprising hits of 2022 has been Scott Derrickson's 'The Black Phone' a new Blumhouse horror flick based on the short story with the same name written by Joe Hill. It follows Finney, a young teen who has been abducted by a serial child killer titled 'The Grabber'. Once he wakes up in … Continue reading ‘The Black Phone’ Could’ve Been Better.
Now I know, I preach about the theatrical experience and support your local theatres but I just couldn't muster up the energy to pay to see this final Jurassic entry and waste two and a half hours of my life... so I decided to do that at home! Considering how behind I currently am on … Continue reading ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’: A Vapidly Entertaining Disaster.
It comes as a surprise to nobody that after a fantastic streak of strikingly original movies that connected to the hearts of millions of people, Pixar would face their first true failure, critically and commercially in the form of 'Lightyear', a movie that struggles to justify its existence apart from how stunning it looks. It … Continue reading ‘Lightyear’: Pixar’s Infinite Search For A Franchise’s Significance.
Whenever a traditionally animated movie miraculously makes it's way to theatres, I will almost always check it out. There is an unbeatable satisfaction about watching 2D animation flourish on the big-screen that CG-animation could never achieve. That being said, CG-animation is obviously stunning in it's own way but it should go without saying that both … Continue reading ‘The Bob’s Burgers Movie’ Is A Sizzling Combo Of Laughs, Charm and Complete and Utter Joy.