HEREDITARY [Film Review]: The Horrors of Headhunting.

Hereditary is a special kind of horror film where the audio alone is an accomplice to the terrifying suspense taking place on-screen. The well-thought out and horrifyingly executed tension throughout the supernatural horror film will leave you, as well as everyone sitting around you, collectively attempting to cover up the cold sweats that shiver down …

DEATH NOTE [Retrospective]: Girlish Screams and Apple Cores.

Adam Wingard’s American live-action version of Death Note based on the original manga by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata was just released to Netflix last week, but in addition to the 37 episode anime series the source material was also adapted into four live-action Japanese films (the most recent was released in 2016) and a …

THE MUMMY [Review]: An Adventurous Mercury Poisoning.

With glass shattering sandstorms that would make Mad Max adjust his sand-riddled boxers, an overabundance of crows that would leave Eric Draven screaming, “Uncle!,” and a super-sized cluster of camel spiders that would send Peter Parker into a sensory overloaded coma, Alex Kurtzman’s The Mummy has arrived to kick off Universal’s new Dark Universe and …

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 5 [Review]: A Scurvy, Infested Dumpster Fire.

Six years ago, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides already felt like overkill on Jack Sparrow and all things related to buried treasure and the Disney cinematic equivalent of swashbuckling, pillaging, and womanizing pirates. Over half a decade later and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales makes it feel like all …

ANT-MAN [Review]: Did Marvel Make the ‘Wright’ Decision?

Ever since Iron Man (#neverforget) redefined the modern superhero movie and raised the bar for every flick of the like that has come after, fans have went into every Marvel Studios release comparing the newest one to the last. With the studios latest, Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man, that notion has finally become a near impossible task. …