Review – Gringo

Admittedly, movies in the vein of Nash Edgerton's Gringo aren't always my cup of tea. I can't really explain why, outside of possibly my difficulty in relating to and empathizing with criminals that are also ostensibly the protagonist(s) of the film. I took a chance on this one, anyway, due to the strong cast and... Continue Reading →

Review – Red Sparrow

There are movies for adult audiences and then there are movies for Adult Audiences.  In every way imaginable, Francis Lawrence's Red Sparrow is a movie for Adult Audiences and, after a delay, it has finally made its way into theaters.  Originally scheduled to open in November of 2017, Fox delayed the film in an effort... Continue Reading →

Review – It Comes at Night

From fledgling director Trey Edward Shults and burgeoning studio A24 comes the horror film that seemingly everyone has been talking about, It Comes at Night.  A24 has quietly become one of the three most consistent and reliable studios out there, churning out quality films like they have an assembly line, while covering all genres and all... Continue Reading →

24. Midnight Special

Being a movie lover, I make an effort to see both mass-market, big-budget films and smaller, independent movies.  I, personally, would love to be able to see more low-budget independent films in the theater.  But it's tough.  My local movie theater almost never gets them, so I'm usually required to drive an hour or more in... Continue Reading →

4. Jane Got A Gun

I'm not sure if there has ever been a movie plagued by more production troubles than this one that actually ended up getting made.  Three years ago, the problems started and they almost never stopped.  I won't get into those details (here you go) but I applaud everyone involved for seeing it through and getting... Continue Reading →

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