Review: On the Basis of Sex

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Biopics can be a tricky thing. If you decide to make it on someone not that interesting, finding enough things to focus on can be difficult. If you make it about someone larger than life, you run the risk of being overstuffed and convoluted (looking at you, Bohemian Rhapsody). What manages... Continue Reading →


Review: Escape Room

Written by Aaron Radcliff: With the beginning of a new year, everyone comes up with various resolutions that they inevitably fail. If Hollywood had a list of resolutions, I feel that one of them would be making better movies to come out in January. I get it. With everyone more concerned with catching up on... Continue Reading →

Top 20 Films of 2018

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Ho, ho, hopefully Santa brought you what you wanted. A shiny toy? Maybe a new book? Finally a muzzle to put on your annoying family members. Whatever it may be, I hope that you got it, but I have something for you that Santa doesn't have: A list. Ok, fine, he's... Continue Reading →

Review: Welcome to Marwen

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Have you ever looked at something and thought, "How the hell did this get made?" I tend to think that whenever I look at my siblings, but I also feel that way during certain movies and you can already see where I'm going with this. Let's not beat around the bush... Continue Reading →

Review: Aquaman

Written by Aaron Radcliff: I hate to get into the fish jokes immediately, but the DCEU has been floundering a bit recently. Maybe not entirely from a financial standpoint, but definitely from a critical one and it's getting to the point where the money could soon dry up. Wonder Woman gave the DCEU some color and a... Continue Reading →

Review: Mary Poppins Returns

Written by Aaron Radcliff: When Mary Poppins Returns was announced, I could only think of one quote that was befitting of the occasion: “That is not dead which can eternal lie, and with strange aeons even death may die." Maybe it's on account of the 54-year gap between the first Mary Poppins and the sequel, but whatever the reason, here... Continue Reading →

Review: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Written by Aaron Radcliff: It’s undeniable that superhero movies have become the new westerns in the modern cinema landscape. With some questioning when the trend will stop, it’s worth noting that even the disliked hero movies are still likely to bring in $300 million at a minimum. They aren’t going anywhere, and of all the... Continue Reading →

Review: The House That Jack Built

Written by Aaron Radcliff: When we last left Lars von Trier, he was continuing his legacy as a provocateur by following up his infamous Hitler comments with a five and a half hour-long uncut version of ‘Nymphomaniac.’ To some, von Trier is a boundary-pushing visionary who’s a bit of an acquired taste. For others, he’s... Continue Reading →

Review: Creed 2

Written by Aaron Radcliff: In 2015, Ryan Coogler brought his second team-up with actor Michael B. Jordan for a Rocky spinoff that defied expectations and ended up being one of the best films of the year. Now, Steven Caple Jr. steps into the director's chair to give an updated look at one of the pinnacle moments in... Continue Reading →

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