The Roller Coaster Career Of M. Night Shyamalan

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." The classic line from Charles Dickens' classic A Tale of Two Cities seems apt to describe the turbulent career of filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan. It may seem silly now after everything that he has been through, but there was a time when M. … Continue reading The Roller Coaster Career Of M. Night Shyamalan

Movie Review– ‘Replicas’ (2019)

Directed by: Jeffrey Nachmanoff Written by: Chad St. John Starring: Keanu Reeves, Thomas Middleditch, Alice Eve, John Ortiz Runtime: 107 minutes Rated: PG-13 I desperately want to love this movie and still there are things I admire about it: Keanu Reeves, science fiction, complicated ethical dilemmas, shadow organizations and, of course, I'm a sucker for … Continue reading Movie Review– ‘Replicas’ (2019)

Jordan Peele’s New Film Gets Unsettling New Poster and Trailer Details

When Jordan Peele's Get Out hit theaters, it quickly became one of the must-see films of 2017. Positive buzz kept the movie busy for weeks until it eventually became one of the most successful independent films ever made. It even went on to win Peele his first Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. Since then Peele … Continue reading Jordan Peele’s New Film Gets Unsettling New Poster and Trailer Details

A Cut Above the Rest: Top 15 Slasher Movies

A masked maniac with a blade. A group of horny, unsuspecting teenagers engaging in premarital sex. A secluded summer camp on a lake. The words "slasher movie" conjure up a catechism of cathartic cliches. Your mileage of enjoyment out of the tried and true slasher formula will vary depending on personal taste as well as … Continue reading A Cut Above the Rest: Top 15 Slasher Movies

‘Hotel Artemis’ review

By Jordan Peterson | @thefilmmajor There is a lot going on inside the walls of the Hotel Artemis, as one might expect from a secret-not-so-secret hospital/hotel that exclusively caters to members of the criminal underworld. Unfortunately, none of it is as original or intriguing as the hotel itself. The year is 2028 and Los Angeles … Continue reading ‘Hotel Artemis’ review

‘Breaking In’ review

By Jordan Peterson | @thefilmmajor Looking to gift your mother an exciting and unforgettable time at the movies this Mother's Day? If so, don't waste your time or money with Breaking In, an excessively dull home invasion thriller staring Gabrielle Union as a vengeful mother on a mission to save her two kids from four bad … Continue reading ‘Breaking In’ review

31 Days of Halloween: ‘The Snowman’ review: Laughable thriller melts in the light of mediocrity 

By Jordan Peterson | @thefilmmajor Director: Tomas Alfredson Cast: Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, Val Kilmer, J.K. Simmons, Charlotte Gainsbourg Release date: October 20, 2017 Rated: R (for grisly images, violence, some language, sexuality and brief nudity) Running time: 1 hr. 59 min. Before the movie even hit theaters, director Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In, … Continue reading 31 Days of Halloween: ‘The Snowman’ review: Laughable thriller melts in the light of mediocrity 

31 Days of Halloween: Cube (1997)– Video Review

We keep the 31 Days of Halloween content flowing with this video review of the cult thriller Cube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ieg1h89TLBE&t=1s Have you all got to check out Cube? If so, what did you think? Hit me up in the comments below and let me know!

‘Flatliners’ (1990)– Steelbook Unboxing

My 31 Days of Halloween/ horror content continues with this unboxing video for an exclusive Steelbook of the 1990 original supernatural thriller Flatliners. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ci8gHnuF5B0 Have you all seen the original Flatliners? How does it compare to the new reboot? Did you even check out the new take? I want to hear from you! Hit me … Continue reading ‘Flatliners’ (1990)– Steelbook Unboxing

31 Days of Halloween: Review: ‘Gerald’s Game’ another excellent Stephen King adaptation

Leave it to Stephen King to find a way to make handcuffs in the bedroom not sexy. That's the case with his smaller known tale of matrimonial terror, Gerald's Game. Obviously the 1992 novel has been around a while, but for most of its existence many have considered it unfilmable. Well thanks to Netflix, that's now a … Continue reading 31 Days of Halloween: Review: ‘Gerald’s Game’ another excellent Stephen King adaptation