Bird Box (2018)

Netflix knocked one out of the park when it released Bird Box. The film took the internet by storm, not just in viewership, but the trolls in cyberspace who feasted on the movie’s reliance on blindfolds with countless memes. The craziest part of the entire movie is not the ridiculous story, it is the fact … More Bird Box (2018)

Glass (2019)

Glass went out and dominated the weekend box office. People flocked to see David Dunn (Bruce Willis) fight The Beast (John McAvoy), which was orchestrated by Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson). M. Night Shyamalan brought his greatest creations together for one epic, I mean lacklustre, finale.  I say lacklustre because this movie is not as … More Glass (2019)

Bumblebee (2018)

Bumblebee did something no one has been able to do for the last couple of years…get people to care about Transformers again! Many believe myself included, the franchise was losing focus and direction. The battles were getting out of hand, the enemies were the same over and over, and the main characters who interacted with … More Bumblebee (2018)

Escape Room (2019)

January is really the month where movies go to die. If you don’t believe me, lock yourself in Escape Room. Six strangers find themselves locked in a fake but deadly game of Escape Room. In order to survive, people need to start dying as the team progress through each room with a chance to win … More Escape Room (2019)

Kin (2018)

Kin is and will be one of those kinds of movies people will like love, or hate. I didn’t mind the story even though I felt it left me with more questions than answers. I understand this feature-length film is based on a short film, so it may explain why the story isn’t good enough … More Kin (2018)

The Meg (2018)

There has been a whole lot of blockbuster kind of movies during the summer of 2018. Whether you have seen them all or none at all, my advice is you such watch The Meg on the big screen. This wacky film about a giant shark is a true summer blockbuster. It is the type of … More The Meg (2018)

Upgrade (2018)

If you didn’t look at the rating yet for Upgrade, I’d advise you not to take any young kinds or teenagers with you. Rated 18A for gory violence, the action in this movie is really straight out of Blumhouse’s studio. Grey Trace (Logan Marshall-Green) loses everything in this life and then gets the help of … More Upgrade (2018)