Review: Early Man

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Aardman Animations is no stranger to the realm of claymation and the famed studio is back once again with their latest outing, Early Man. When a tribe of cavemen is driven out of their valley by the dastardly Lord Nooth (Tom Hiddleston), the tribe, led by simple but idealistic Dug (Eddie Redmayne)... Continue Reading →


Review: Black Panther

Written by Aaron Radcliff: If you remember back a few months to my review of Thor: Ragnarok, I made it known I wasn't terribly high on the MCU. That's not to say they aren't good, but I don't get bent out of shape over them an illicit opinions that would cause people to think I somehow... Continue Reading →

Review: The 15:17 to Paris

Written by Aaron Radcliff: I'm just gonna come out and say it because there's no way I can sugarcoat this: This wasn't a good movie. I may be cutting to the chase but sometimes it has to be done for the good of everyone involved, which is a philosophy that should've applied to this movie.... Continue Reading →

Review: The Cloverfield Paradox

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Picture it, readers: I was watching yet another Super Bowl between two teams I don't root for (mark my words, the Rams will be back someday). I had my food and I had football. How could it get better? Well imagine my surprise when Netflix dropped a trailer for the latest... Continue Reading →

Review: Winchester

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Believe it or not but I love horror movies. There's something strangely enjoyable about sitting down to a movie and getting spooked. Nothing can top the feeling of anxiety and the rush of getting scared from a good horror flick. Too bad the genre has sucked for a good while and Winchester doesn't... Continue Reading →

Review: Hostiles

Written by Aaron Radcliff: It's hard to believe that it's almost the end of January already. The end of the month signals the coming finality of the bland, start-of-year release schedule. That's not to say February releases are great or January ones are complete dross, but there's a reason the first twelfth of the year... Continue Reading →

2018 Oscar Nomination Takeaways

Written by Aaron Radcliff: The time has come once again, dear readers. Lines are being drawn and sides picked. Homes are on a crash course with disaster as the coming conflict will result in shattered lives, divided communities, and will pit brother against brother. That's right: The Academy Award nominees were announced. I'd be lying... Continue Reading →

Review: 12 Strong

Written by Aaron Radcliff: If I were to make a list of my ten favorite movies, there's at least three spots guaranteed to go to war movies with Black Hawk Down and We Were Soldiers taking up two of the top three. What can I say? I really love war movies. I love the action, the comradery shown, and... Continue Reading →

Review: The Commuter

Written by Aaron Radcliff: There's something enjoyable about watching the recent string of Liam Neeson action movies. Maybe it's his smooth, authoritative tones talking us through a life-or-death situation. Maybe it's because I start picturing him as Oskar Schindler halfway through and I develop a severe case of the giggles. Or maybe it's because this... Continue Reading →

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