Reviews
Reviews

‘WandaVision’ Breaks The Marvel Mold With A Compelling Argument To Leave Your Boyfriend For A Chess Bot

Despite enforcing rigorous standardization and quality control across their entire cinematic universe, Marvel Studios...

Oh God, They Hooked Up A Bomb To My Computer And It's Gonna Blow If I Stop Typing My Review For 'Speed'

With pulse-pounding action, thrill-a-minute pacing, and a killer 90’s aesthetic, it’s no wonder 1994’s ‘Speed’ has...

Review: The Shape of Water Is A Confusing Mess That Overestimated The Size of My Bladder

Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” is a valiant attempt to inject creativity into the “star-crossed lovers”...

Review: Even Today, ‘Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat’ Still Sends Me Running in Terror

Cinema’s evolution has brought with it a litany of technological developments. With the Jazz Singer: sound...

Review: A Quarter-Century Later, 'Showgirls' Remains The Artful Masterpiece That Made You Gay

Over 25 years after its initial release, Paul Verhoven’s erotic drama Showgirls (1995) holds up as the explosive...

Review: 'World War Z' Does Not Explain The Other 25 World Wars Well At All

Film is a medium often used to explore the horrors of war, and the effects global scale conflicts can have on a...

Review: Brandon Cronenberg’s ‘Possessor’ Is Another Thrilling Triumph From Indie Powerhouse A24 – Or Wait, Shit, Was It Neon?

Brandon Cronenberg’s ‘Possessor’ is a gruesome, cerebral techno-thriller that serves as a testament to A24, the indie...