Articles Posted in the " Movie Reviews & Analysis " Category

  • The Sandman – A Stan Lee Horror Film Just In Time for Halloween

    The Sandman is an original horror film executive produced by Stan Lee along with Gill Champion, Barry Barnholtz (Leprechaun), and Jeffrey Schenck (Finders Keepers, The Crooked Man).  It’s written and directed by Peter Sullivan (Ominous, Summoned). Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.




  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle Is Enjoyable But Still Has Faults

    Kingsman: The Golden Circle has faults as a film. Though director Matthew Vaughn fixed a few things that were problematic in the first film, he created new problems in the sequel. But having said that, I enjoyed watching the movie because it’s a crazy mess. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content […]



  • American Assassin Is Definitely A Movie

    The thing about a good action movie – a nice popcorn flick – is that it doesn’t necessarily need to be a good movie. American Assassin is definitely a good action movie, but almost everything else is just sort of mediocre. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. […]


  • Smashing Tropes: Getting Aging Female Characters Right In Popular Media

    The representation of women in popular media, particularly television and film, has been a widely discussed topic for a while, especially in recent years. We still have a ways to go in terms of the realistic and fleshed-out portrayal of female characters, but the idea that a “mature” woman can be an interesting and full […]



  • Dunkirk is Possibly the Best War Movie I Have Ever Seen

    I have been waiting for Dunkirk for a very long time. Christoper Nolan is one of the few directors I actually know by name; I make a point to see his movies because of this. Add in a score by Hans Zimmer, a treasure trove of staple British actors, and some talented up-and-comers, and you’ve got […]


  • We Don’t Deserve “Atomic Blonde” (But We Got It Anyway)

    Imagine a spy thriller with an all-star cast, the pacing of John Wick, and a better soundtrack than a Tarantino movie. That’s Atomic Blonde, the Hollywood adaptation of Anthony Johnson and Sam Hart’s graphic novel The Coldest City. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.