Summer Catch-Up: Part 1

This summer movie season hasn't necessarily been churning out a host of must-see entertainment. In fact, it's one of the weaker seasons I can remember. With that in mind, it felt like a great opportunity to flex this whole MoviePass business and take it for a drive, which has allowed me to catch up on … Continue reading Summer Catch-Up: Part 1

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Review: Hereditary

First-time writer/director Ari Aster brilliantly fuses horror metaphor and classic scares into a powerfully unsettling and disturbing depiction of familial collapse. Toni Collette gives a powerhouse performance in a film that is densely packed with big and frightening ideas. It's a slow burn of unnerving atmosphere and palpable dread that escalates toward a descent into … Continue reading Review: Hereditary

Rankings: The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Marvel movies have been part of our cinematic lexicon for ten years now and will have released 20 films by the end of 2018. While the quality of said films have ebbed-and-flowed through the years, the achievement alone of getting to this point is unprecedented. Unfortunately, with such a large franchise, the films can all … Continue reading Rankings: The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Predictions for the 90th Annual Academy Awards

The 90th Annual Academy Awards take place this Sunday night, March 4, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. We've gone through a long awards season and will finally hear Hollywood's final say on the best films of the year. Who's taking home Oscar gold this Sunday? Here are my final predictions... Best Picture Will Win: The Shape … Continue reading Predictions for the 90th Annual Academy Awards