Review By: Christy Jedigoddess It’s been 40 years since Michael Myers first donned the mask that would usher in a new wave of terror into the hearts of audiences. For 1978, Halloween set the bar for the horror film genre. John Carpenter as a director takes a different approach to his horror films. He is more suspense driven with long lingering scenes filled with atmosphere … Continue reading REVIEW: Halloween (2018), How The Legacy Of Michael Myers still endures
Our EP, Michael Lagocki gives his 2 cents on why seeing The Revenant on the big screen VS your TV is like watching an entirely different film… “THE REVENANT was really intense. …. If you’re a film buff, I really recommend you see this one on the big screen. We saw it, sitting pretty close to the screen, and then later watched scenes … Continue reading REVIEW Why Seeing The Revenant On the Big Screen is Worth Your Time
“Tomorrowland” tells the story of Frank Walker (George Clooney) and Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) . The film begins when we see a young Frank heading to the New York World’s Fair in 1964 to present his invention, a jet pack. While his presentation for his invention does not go off quite as planned, he meets a young girl named Athena who convinces him that his invention is worthy of … Continue reading REVIEW: Tomorrowland Brings Us A Vision For The Future and It’s Bright!
What is it with October and November being such great months to open suspense thrillers about outer space astronaut missions? By my count, that’s three in a row with Gravity, Interstellar, and now, The Martian. Three excellent films with three very different ideas and approaches to delivering memorable experiences about astronauts, and prizing imagination as part of the human spirit. Here’s the thing, though: The … Continue reading REVIEW: Matt Damon Proves That He is Worth Saving Once Again In, The Martian
THE SOUNDS OF SUMMER 2015 The Best Soundtracks from the Season’s Blockbusters There’s always something special to take from the season into the rest of the year. But as time moves on, it’s not a bad idea to reflect on what the season brought us. For me, that always comes with the special music that can only come from blockbuster, and here are a few … Continue reading REVIEW: The Sounds of Summer 2015, Best Soundtracks from the Season’s Blockbusters
While I prefer the title songs like “A View to A Kill”, “You Know My Name” from Casino Royale, “Licence to Kill” with a TKO vocal performance by Gladys Night, and hold these in as high regard as “You Only Live Twice” and “Goldfinger”, I’m not averse to hearing new dimensions on a Bond title song. The trick to Bond title songs isn’t whether they can live outside the … Continue reading REVIEW: Why Sam Smith’s 007 Theme Song Completely Works…
Let’s not make this a big deal. Ant-Man is witty and entertaining despite some inherent curiosities and a lethargic response to the marketing. Actually, let’s make this a small thing and then enlarge the review by saying that Ant-Man is a lot better than people will ultimately give it credit for. The problem is that Ant-Man shares a lot of similarities with the first Iron … Continue reading REVIEW: Ant-Man Brings FUN to the Marvel Franchise *spoilers*