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  • The Top 5 Car Movies on Netflix August 17, 2017
    Car movies: many of us love them, and love watching them do what they do best in our action films. Whether it’s stunts like drifting and taking a jump, or outright car chases along a huge stretch of highway or through labyrinthine city streets, we love watching cars just go. ... [Read More] The post […]
    Elliot Hopper
  • REVIEW: Logan Lucky Is Good At What Makes Movies Great August 17, 2017
    I honestly had no idea what to expect when going into this perfectly scored on Rotten Tomatoes movie. All I knew is that it had an interesting cast, and some pretty quirky looking trailers, that for some reason seemed intriguing enough to go and see. THE GOOD: The Logan Lucky trailers ... [Read More] The post […]
    Matthew Dandridge
  • The Horrors of Film Pre-Production! August 15, 2017
    A look behind the scenes of an indie production, by David Black Have you ever been curious about what goes into the making of an indie TV show pilot?  Well, a few months back, an enthusiastic group of talented people from the local movie industry gathered at my small flat ... [Read More] The post […]
    David Black
  • An Instant Classic: It Stains the Sands Red August 14, 2017
    It Stains The Sands Red The Good I had seen the trailer for It Stains The Sands Red a few weeks back and thought it looked interesting and unique.  Once I found out It Stains The Sands Red was on video on demand I had a quiet evening one day ... [Read More] The post […]
    Sonia Rosario
  • Annabelle: Creation Review – It Will Make You Buy New Underwear August 14, 2017
    Annabelle: Creation Annabelle: Creation caught me completely off guard. The previous Annabelle film felt a bit lackluster in terms of how scary it was. However, this next chapter took it up a notch. Video Review: THE GOOD: I have to start off by giving a lot of props to director ... [Read More] The post […]
    Emmanuel "Eman" Noisette
  • 3 Casino Documentaries You Should Watch Right Now August 9, 2017
    Casino games have been romanticized in movies. From action-packed scenes complete with lazing guns and a sour deal, to the moving scenario of the gambler who wins it all and then loses, the world of gambling has provided fodder for the movie industry. While motion pictures may embellish the life ... [Read More] The post […]
    Elliot Hopper
  • Detroit Review: Good Movie That Leaves You With Mixed Emotions August 8, 2017
    Detroit Detroit was a film that I had to brace myself for before the film even began. As with any film that involves racism and social issues, Detroit did not disappoint in delivering some really tough situations that eerily seem familiar to our current social climate. THE GOOD: As you’ll ... [Read More] The post […]
    Emmanuel "Eman" Noisette
  • Spider-Man: A Homecoming in Pop Culture August 7, 2017
      Over the years, many characters have entered into popular culture. These heroes of legend, books, poems, films, plays, and more have become ingrained into our conscious and are very identifiable. They are recognised worldwide by people of different ages and backgrounds, and can become even archetypical. Think of characters ... [Read More] The post […]
    Elliot Hopper
  • Netflix acquires Mark Millar’s Millarworld August 7, 2017
    This guy is a real businessman. I’ve been following the career of Mark Millar for some time now and I have to admit that the guys wisely posits himself, and his properties, as “for sale”. All of his creations in Millarworld imprint have been not-so-subteltly targeted as potential film/tv properties ... [Read More] The post […]
    Anthony Whyte
  • Review: Halle Berry REALLY TRIES to make Kidnap interesting August 7, 2017
    Kidnap Kidnap is a movie I was already apprehensive to watch in the first place. Halle Berry is now what I consider an “acquired taste” as she’s gone into a realm of making her movies a genre unto themselves. You don’t watch a Halle Berry movie to see the movie, ... [Read More] The post […]
    Anthony Whyte
  • “Wind River” Gives Us Jeremy Renner in “Hurt Locker” Form August 7, 2017
    Wind River “Wind River” opens with a young Indian girl running barefoot across snow with a mountainous landscape in the background. We soon learn that the mountains are (supposedly) in Wyoming on the Wind River Indian Reservation,  a reservation established for the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes in western ... [Read More] The post […]
    Connie Wilson
  • Evolution of Movies August 7, 2017
    Over the decades movies have changed. We talk of Oscar winnings against box office hits and the declining revenues being experienced at the movies. These changes, however, come along with the films/movies industry other than the movies themselves. James Cutting a Cornell University Psychologist looked over the years of movie ... [Read More] The post […]
    Elliot Hopper