With Fear Street Part 3: 1666, one of the most ambitious motion picture horror trilogies I’ve ever seen comes to a thrilling conclusion.
Sublime Pig a Rare Cinematic Delicacy While one can second guess many of his choices as to which films to be a part of, as far as I’m concerned Nicolas Cage remains one of the great actors working today. The man never phones it in. He never takes a second of his screen time for […]
Black Widow isn’t Marvel at its best, but it is still good enough to entertain. Maybe that’s enough.
Fear Street Part 2: 1978 is far more than just a goofy slasher throwback with a supernatural twist.
The Forever Purge also puts the minority members of its cast front and center, their steadfast heroism a call to action to stand up against fascism, extremist ideology and racist violence worth listening to.
The Tomorrow War is as forgettable as it is disappointing.
Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is an absolute blast. Janiak begins her trilogy with a bang, and I for one cannot wait to see how deep the roots of Sarah Fier’s evil runs underneath Shadyside.
Sean Connery, the Art/Artist Debate and Longing to be a “Golden Girl”
“I wanted younger audiences to appreciate it the way that maybe we appreciated Monster Squad when we were kids. But I also wanted it to be done in a way adults could appreciate the way that they did something like Knives Out.”
– “Werewolves Within” director Josh Ruben