Review: Halloween

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Halloween is an iconic franchise. From the original in 1978 to the Rob Zombie re-imagining, it'd be impossible to swing a dead teenager without hitting someone who hasn't seen at least one of the films. John Carpenter brought forth one of the greatest faces in horror 40 years ago and now that... Continue Reading →


Review: First Man

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Everyone knows of the moon landing. Whether you watched it happen or you saw the grainy pictures in textbooks, everyone knows the event. Everyone knows the names of the men and the famous "One small step" quote. But not everyone knows the story behind the landing. First Man gives a poignant, in-depth... Continue Reading →

Review: Bad Times at the El Royale

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Some questions don't have answers. Some people don't have reasons for their actions. Some things just come down to being at the wrong place at the wrong time. Thus is the experience for the characters in Drew Goddard's Bad Times at the El Royale. Situated on the border of California and Nevada,... Continue Reading →

Moomins See U.S. Theatrical Release for Christmas

Content Sponsored by myCinema Written by Aaron Radcliff: Starting December 7th, audiences can see an English release of the Moomin holiday film: Moomins and the Winter Wonderland. If your first thought is, "Who or what is a Moomin?" then congratulations, you aren't Scandinavian. They are a SUPER popular staple in children's entertainment across much of... Continue Reading →

Review: A Star is Born

Written by Aaron Radcliff: If a story is good, it won't matter if it's been told once, twice, or a million times. A Star is Born is on its fourth iteration and it could easily be argued that it holds its own with the classic versions, if not surpasses them. When alt-country singer Jackson Maine... Continue Reading →

Review: Venom

Written by Aaron Radcliff: The last time we saw Venom on the big screen was in 2007 in the absolutely abhorrent Spider-Man 3. Despite having never read the comics, I can understand the appeal of the character and, if done right, he could be a very interesting one to explore. Now he's got his own solo spin-off... Continue Reading →

Review: The Landing

This review is sponsored by myCinema Written by Aaron Radcliff: Everyone loves a good conspiracy. For as long as we can remember, conspiracies have found their way into public consciousness and lit a fire of curiosity among many. Besides the September 11th Attacks, there perhaps isn’t a more hotly debated subject than space. From aliens... Continue Reading →

Review: Mandy

Written by Aaron Radcliff: Have you ever watched something that left you thinking, "How and/or what the fuck am I going to tell people about this?" Sure you have and now you know the situation I find myself in with Mandy. Mandy is the second film by director Panos Cosmatos and stars Nicolas Cage as Red Miller,... Continue Reading →

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