Glass; tense, engaging, and fun

I sometimes like the audience as Alice In Wonderland when I sit down before an M. Night Shyamalan film. “Tumbling through the looking glass” bares special credence when watching Shyamalan’s new film,...

Aquaman swims with the best of them

Despite what The Big Bang Theory will have you believe, Aquaman, is every bit as great as Green Lantern, Batman, and Superman - if not better than all of them. Unlike being driven by duty, ethics, or a sense...

Robin Hood: A fast, crazy, misfire

One of the reasons that Robin Hood (2018) is premiering 110 years after the first Robin Hood film, the 1908 film, Robin Hood and His Merry Men, is that some of the greatest actors and filmmakers have brought...

Hunter Killer: A Wet Mess Of A Film

Dracula 2000 will be remembered more for being one of Gerard Butler’s first feature roles more than being a good movie. Because it was anything but. Poor directing, bad acting, even worse dialogue. Butler...

Free Solo on the Edge of Brilliance

At the North end of Yosemite Valley in Yosemite national park stands a rock formation that has become a haven for mountain climbers from around the world. It stands 3000 feet in the air, made entirely of...

Venom cut and sucks

Here’s a bit of history for you, the reason that Marvel Comics took a chance and created their own production company is because the movies studios were churning out in the early 2000’s were never once...

SuperGrid fires on all cylinders

If, for some reason, you haven’t seen film director Lowell Dean’s 2014 pulpy romp, Wolfcop, do yourself a favour and see it. Wolfcop is what catapulted Dean’s career into the toast of Canadian genre...

Knuckleball – Slow pitch, great hit

Michael Ironside is a legend, nobody can deny that. He’s done everything from flying with Tom Cruise in Top Gun to providing the voice of Tom Clancy’s Sam Fisher in the Splinter Cell video game series and...

Mile 22 is an intense and wild ride

“People sleep peacefully in their beds at night only because brought men stand ready to do violence on their behalf”. A George Orwell quote spoken by Mark Wahlberg in the beginning of his new film, Mile 22...