Written by Alexander Reams "Any semblance of hope for Michael Chaves to be the successor to James Wan in the “Conjuring” universe died in the first five minutes of the shamefully poor “The Nun II.” Chaves employed wonderfully lit camerawork … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "Although The Further continues to be the most interesting element of this franchise, I’m wondering how far it can carry it. Previously, the execution of the concept brought something entirely new to the..."… Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "While I find Wan overrated, he surely isn’t talentless. There’s one scene where Renai is hunting around her house after she spots a ghost lurking down the hall. When she turns the corner there’s an open … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "“M3GAN” is too tame, a movie that is made to be appropriate for teenagers as opposed to a movie made for teenagers to sneak into. Like the eponymous hero, the film is too perfectly calibrated..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 73/100 I can see a young James Wan watching a Giallo film, and thinking “Oh I’m gonna make some weird shit” (kudos to James Gunn and Chris Pratt for giving us that line). Throughout his career, … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 56/100 The laws of physics have unknowingly or knowingly been the backbone of the human race since the dawn of time. Countless times films have tried to disregard those laws, with some succeeding even without them, … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams What started out as a glorified Point Break ripoff has snowballed into one of the biggest action franchises of all time and also one of the biggest soap operas in history. A series spanning 20 years, … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 59/100 Some will always say that the third film in a trilogy is the weakest, sometimes that is true, and sometimes it isn't. This is the unfortunate instance where that rule is true. In the past … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 94/100 Spiral is the newest entry in the long-running, and presumably exhausted, Saw franchise. In preparation for this film I finally trekked through the franchise and fell into a weird appreciation and borderline love for this … Continue reading.