Review: The Meg

Written by Aaron Radcliff: As we reach the end of the first full week of August, parents and kids alike will no doubt want to take in one last summer flick before classes start. And boy-howdy are there some good ones like...like...ok, fine. Unless your theater is still showing Sorry to Bother You or Eighth Grade or you manage... Continue Reading →

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Review: Eighth Grade

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Everyone remembers eighth grade. It's the weird, complicated time in our lives where we start moving on from being a kid but we aren't quite ready to take the first steps on the road to adulthood. Add on the freight train wallop of puberty and you've got a perfect hormonal storm... Continue Reading →

Review: Mission: Impossible – Fallout

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Maintaining a standard of quality across a film franchise can be hard. Some might even say it's impossible. Despite the misstep of the first sequel, the Mission: Impossible franchise has managed to raise the bar when it comes to action. As the series has continued to improve and garner more praise, it's easy to assume... Continue Reading →

Review: Unfriended: Dark Web

Written by Aaron Radcliff: I have a love-hate relationship with Blumhouse Productions. Actually, 'love-hate' might not be the best way to describe it. For the most part, most movies put out by this production company suck, but they manage to hit it out of the park every once in a while with movies like Upgrade, Whiplash, or Get... Continue Reading →

Review: Skyscraper

Written by Aaron Radcliff: If I asked you to write me an action movie with nothing else to go off of other than than, what would you write? I can assume it would have action and peril, maybe some explosions and gunfire. Gotta have a little of that Die Hard aesthetic while you're at it. When it... Continue Reading →

Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp

Written by Aaron Radcliff: With everything that's been going on in the MCU over the last couple movies, it's easy to overlook certain characters and stories. Especially if they're the size of an ant. After the success of Guardians of the Galaxy in 2014, Marvel decided to bring the humor and obscurity to non-comic readers once again... Continue Reading →

Best Movies of 2018 (So Far)

Written by Aaron Radcliff: 2018 is already halfway over and cinema has, admittedly, been a tad underwhelming in comparison to last year. However, that's a bit of an unfair statement because most of the "best" movies come out toward Oscar season and taste is subjective. Despite how we may feel about what has/what will come... Continue Reading →

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