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Movie Review: Hellboy II – The Golden Army

Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy II: The Golden Army is one of the better comic book movies created for the silver screen. Read More »

Movie Review: Wanted

Wanted is a film that twists and turns its source material, making it more marketable and palatable for the masses. Read More »

Movie Review: Elegy

It is not an uplifting story told within Elegy’s runtime but there is a mature, satisfying journey to be had. Read More »

Movie Review: Purple Violets

A drama about relationships and to a lesser extent, the world of fiction writing. Read More »

Movie Review: The Babysitters

The Babysitters is a film of many themes: entrepreneurism, how people change in marriage, crushes, family, and teen prostitution. Read More »

Movie Review: The Children of Huang Shi

The Children of Huang Shi is a not about what you are but what you can be when the need arises. Read More »

Movie Review: All the Boys Love Mandy Lane

All the Boys Love Mandy Lane is a good slasher movie that becomes great in its third act. Read More »

Movie Review: The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk is original and stands on its own two legs, a newborn that learned to run before it walked, unlike Ang Lee’s Hulk. Read More »

Torture Porn: Why This Horror Genre Moniker Is A Misnomer

Not only does porn have nothing to do with what is going on onscreen, when placed alongside torture... Read More »