For the uneducated, Star Trek: Discovery has been a thing on CBS All Access now for almost three years.…
Birds of Prey (Warner Bros. Pictures) is an absolute riot of a film, presenting an adrenaline-packed antidote to the setting superhero fatigue.
From the mind of The Safdie Brothers and starring Adam Sandler, Uncut Gems is a powerful, adrenaline pumping crime-thriller that is not for the faint of heart.
Ford v Ferrari – out November 15th via 20th Century Fox and starring Christian Bale and Matt Damon – is so much more than a sports flick about winning the big race; instead, it tells the tale of men who didn’t just dream of the future, they built it.
Proving once again that he remains at the top of his game, Martin Scorsese delivers a trailblazing saga about a dying hitman with The Irishman – starring Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, and Al Pacino – out November 27th on Netflix.
Rejuvenated by Joaquin Phoenix’s invigorating performance, Joker, released on October 4th via Warner Brothers Studios, is a powerful, unforgiving portrayal of an utterly merciless villain.
From writer/director Drew Goddard, Bad Times at the El Royale is a kick-ass Friday night popcorn thriller that’s splendidly entertaining. Pour yourself a cocktail and prepare for pure FUN!
Short film “Down Again” focuses on Mark Hunter (vocalist of Chimaira) and his experience of mental illness. Directed by Nick Cavalier, it’s a brilliant short film that manages to have as much aesthetic impact as it does insight.
Once in a blue moon, a film comes along that not only captures the spirit and vitality of youth, but it dives into the true nature of what it means to grow up.
Manchester by the Sea is a refreshing film for a multitude of reasons, the main one being that it’s incredibly rare to see movies about PEOPLE anymore.
The film divides the Fat Wreck Chords’ history into four generations of bands: 1990-1999, 2000-2009, 2006-2011, and 2012-2015. When it’s over, the film feels like a series of missed opportunities shrouded in self-congratulatory anecdotes.
I don’t really know these guys personally, and they are not related to me, but I can tell you that when the group finished their last rendition of “Home Sweet Home”, and the tears were welling up, I too felt it.