Dog Days (2018) - Movie ReviewWith a paper thin plot, erratic tone, and humor that rarely elicits so much as a slight chuckle, Dog Days, the latest from TV funnyman Ken Marino, is a film that should not work. But it does. Thanks to the furry faces, sloppy tongues, and wagging tails of its canine stars ...

The Meg (2018) - Movie ReviewThe end of the summer season is upon us, Moviegoers.  What better way to celebrate the last hurrah of silliness then with a mega-sized shark causing all sorts of chaos at the cinema?  True, The Meg – about a 75-foot-long prehistoric shark known as the Megalodon ...

The Spy Who Dumped Me - Movie ReviewIn Hollywood they say that timing is everything. And in the case of The Spy Who Dumped Me, the timing – whether intentional or otherwise – couldn’t have been any worse. The film releases on the heels of the Tom Cruise action juggernaut, Mission: Impossible – Fallout ...

Mission: Impossible - Fallout - Movie ReviewIf there’s anything to be said about the Mission: Impossible franchise it is that it lives up to its name by continuing to defy the odds with its little game of self oneupmanship – each new installment seemingly doing the impossible by keeping the franchise alive, viable, and  ...

The Devil's Doorway (2018) - Movie ReviewJumpin’ Jesus on a pogo stick! The Devil’s Doorway, released by IFC Midnight, is all sorts of intense. If Satan made 16mm home movies in 1960, then this 76-minute flick is probably what it would look like. The Devil’s Doorway is disturbing as it tells the story of two priests  ...

BlacKkKlansman (2018) - Movie ReviewSpike Lee follows up his keenly poignant comedy/drama/musical Chi-Raq with BlacKkKlansman, another film that shares the same frustratingly uneven tone and disjointed structure yet always manages to slap its intended target squarely upside the head. And that target is ...

The Incantation (2018) - Movie ReviewSometimes fairy tales can be very real.  Even the most terrifying ones.  The Incantation, starring Dean Cain and Sam Valentine, dusts off the idea of the power of fairy tales with a horrific look at just how demented they actually are.  Page by page, inspired by a child’s story  ...

Sorry to Bother You - Movie ReviewIn spite of its title, Sorry to Bother You is indeed out to bother you. But sorry about it? Not hardly. The film marks the directorial debut of Oakland-based rapper-turned-filmmaker Boots Riley, and what a debut it is. It is a weird and bizarre film, yet also insanely brilliant. At times ...

Skyscraper (2018) - Movie ReviewAmputees attack! If you are reading this then you are probably wondering if Dwayne Johnson’s new action flick is as yet another brainless actioneer.  Skyscraper is EXACTLY that.  Dumb.  Stupid.  Shameless. The movie, defying gravity and logic time and ...

Ant-Man and the Wasp - Movie ReviewIn the post-Thanos world of the MCU, it’s nice to be welcomed into the comforting arms of a film we can simply sit back and enjoy. And that’s certainly the case with Ant-Man and the Wasp, a fast-paced, funny, superhero romp that is light on emotion and heavy on humor ...

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