Review – Thoroughbreds

Thoroughbreds is a buzzy little independent film from first-time writer and director Cory Finley.  Catching my attention, however, is the one-two punch of the headlining duo consisting of Anya Taylor-Joy and Olivia Cooke.  Since her first feature film role in 2016's The Witch, Taylor-Joy has been a lead in every film in which she has appeared,... Continue Reading →

Review – Split

Once upon a time, M. Night Shyamalan was my favorite director.  The Sixth Sense was a work of genius and an instant classic.  Shyamalan's follow-up to that one wasn't quite at the same level, but Unbreakable was quality filmmaking.  Signs was tremendous.  Then, things slacked off.  I liked The Village more than most others did.  And I... Continue Reading →

71. Morgan

Earlier this year, I bragged on The Witch star Anya Taylor-Joy, hoping to see her get a chance in the industry.  So, I'm obviously pleased to see her attain another starring role on a slightly larger scale with Morgan.  I've enjoyed much of Kate Mara's work, as well, so if nothing else, I was interested... Continue Reading →

10. The Witch

"The Witch" is one of those movies.  It's one of those movies that divides audiences.  It divides the group who actually enjoy seeing something different from the group who only say they do (this phenomenon will be the subject of a column, sometime in the future).  And make no mistake, "The Witch" is not your... Continue Reading →

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