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The Irishman is one of those films that will go down as a timeless tale about the Italian Mafia. This biographical thriller sees Frank Sheeran… Read More »The Irishman Review: Why and How You Should See It
2019 was an excellent year for cinema. However, they were some highly anticipated pieces of cinema that left us disappointed. And so here are the Biggest Disappointments of 2019
Honestly, Knives Out might be one of the funniest (and yet somehow tense) movies I’ve seen this year. The film brilliantly blends the classic Agatha Christie Murder Mystery with…
Yes we’re in November, and yes November comes with yet another Terminator Movie (but this one actually seems Good). But asides Arnold coming back ( again), November actually features a lot of promising Movies (Especially on Netflix).
Fractured is one movie that takes me back to the days of the 2012 hit game Spec Ops The Line. The movie brilliantly first presents… Read More »Fractured Might Not be Mind-Blowing, But it’s still an Interesting Film
I’ll be honest I’ve never been a fan of Korean Movies. It’s not like I have anything against them, I’ve just never seen them as… Read More »Why The Korean Movie Parasite Is A Must Watch in 2019
Terminator Dark Fate is a good 2019 Action Movie that tries to remind fans of the glorious days of the Terminator franchise. And while it’s not enough to restore interest in the Terminator franchise, it does make Dark Fate Worth checking out.
Joker,is without a doubt, one of the most thought-provoking and disturbing films I’ve ever seen. Even after seeing the movie days ago I catch myself trying to process the Movie and its message.
Seriously though, October is stacked with a variety of films and animations to last the entire month.
Luckily, your favorite movie bloggers have been slavishly working on compiling a list of critical movies and animations for you to watch this October.
September is here!!! And with it comes the much-anticipated sequel to Stephen King’s IT, as well as the second season of Titans and much more.
Here are the September 2019 Movies and Series to watch our for.
Batman: Hush is the latest addition to the New 52 DCAU. And it sees a mysterious new foe working with Batman’s rogues to take out… Read More »How Batman: Hush Stays True to its Core Story (Mostly)
While we all know the Fast & Furious franchise has departed from its street racing roots to become a superhero flick.
You have to applaud them credit for finding new ways to keep the franchise interesting.
Ever since Conjuring 2, I’ve always wondered what the life of The Warren’s daughter, Judy must have been like. Luckily, Annabelle Comes Home answered this question and more.
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While movies have had a slow start in 2019, it seems things are finally picking up with the arrival of Captain Marvel and the new end game trailer. However, what’s even more interesting is the overstacked line up of films and Tv shows next month. Here are seven reasons why April 2019 is the best month for Cinephiles to be alive.
2018 saw the release of some of the most disturbing Movies I’ve ever seen. However, this doesn’t mean that any of the listed films were terrible (in fact some of them are the best of 2018), but rather that they combine unique story telling with extremely graphic content.
Glass is the sequel to M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable. And it follows David Dunn (Bruce Willis), as he uses his abilities to track down a superhuman known as The Beast. Who happens to be…
Easily the best animation of 2018, into the Spider-Verse stands out not just because of its incredible soundtrack or its unique animation style. But…
Under the guidance of his mentor Rocky Balboa, Heavyweight Champion Adonis Creed prepares for the showdown of his life. As he goes head to head against Victor Drago, the son of Russian boxer Ivan Drago, who murdered Adonis’s Dad years back in a terrible fight.
Big Mouth follows Andrew, Jessie, and Nick on their hormonal journey to adulthood. But they’re not alone on this long journey through adolescence, the Hormone Monsters (Connie and Maurice) have their backs covered… well Mostly.
Burdened by his “Chosen One” status, Gary (a Demon Hunter) struggles to stay interested in the Earth-saving duty he never asked for and doesn’t want.
When a brutal mugging leaves Grey Trace paralysed and his wife dead, Grey’s world is crushed. However, his luck changes when a billionaire inventor offers him an experimental cure in the form of a body-implant called STEM.
STEM not only returns Grey to his feet but also upgrades him with superhuman strength and agility, which he then uses to seek-out the men that destroyed his life.