We’re reviewing Wonder Wonder, the latest DC Universe superhero movie now playing in theaters and starring Gal Gadot. Continue reading “Wonder Woman review”
Whenever a new movie in the Alien franchise is released, I always have the same hope: that it’ll come close to my favorite in the series, the 1986 sequel Aliens by James Cameron. When Alien: Covenant was announced, that hope came back – and although it’s not nearly as good as Aliens (or the original Alien), I ended up being pleasantly surprised. Continue reading “Alien: Covenant review”
There are few things I enjoy more than a good time travel movie, that and revisiting my early 90s crush on Ethan Hawke. So Predestination had me at hello, you could say. Continue reading “Predestination review (BluRay)”
We take a look at the recent feature-packed blu ray of Transformers: Age of Extinction and try to figure out if this is worth picking up for the holidays. Continue reading “Transformers: Age of Extinction review (Blu-Ray)”
I always thought Schindler’s List was a depressing movie. That is until I saw Assault on Wall Street. Now that is a depressing movie!
The most depressing thing of all being what has become of my first celebrity crush,
John Connor Edward Furlong, who plays a security guard for an armored truck company and the BFF of Assault’s main character, Jim (Dominic Purcell). Continue reading “Assault on Wall Street (Blu-Ray)”