Tag: 2010s in film

  • Making Apes: the Artists Who Changed Film: Film Review

    While I’m a fan of science fiction film, and science fiction in general, I have a big gaping hole in my fandom, in the form of the Planet of the

  • Mandy: Film Video Review

    It’s time to review the other movie from the director of Beyond the Black Rainbow.

  • Memory: Origins of Alien: Film Review

    I like documentaries about the making of movies a lot. Empire of Dreams was one of my favorite parts of the Star Wars DVD set, and its lack of inclusion

  • Film Review: Mandy (2018)

    I don’t know if I’m watching Mandy at the best of all possible times or the worst. I’m watching it while surrounded by a toxic cloud of smoke that makes

  • Miles Morales taking a leap of faith.

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Film Review

    When I saw The Lego Movie, I was impressed with how the film gave me a false impression of stop motion with 3D animation, and I enjoyed the comedy of

  • Cropped portion of the poster for Beyond the Black Rainbow

    Beyond the Black Rainbow: Film Review

    I wrap up my October horror reviews with a movie that has a much stronger sense of visual flair and style to it than Mother of Tears, and is from

  • Movie poster for John Wick Chapter 3 reading "The Grace Period Is Over"

    John Wick Chapter 3: Movie Review

    This week, the grace period is over, as John Wick Chapter 3 has hit theaters. Please refrain from spoilers in the comments until July 2019.

  • Detective Pikachu: Film Review

    We get the first of the slated live-action films featured cute fuzzy video game mascots who can snark. Let’s see how this one fares.

  • Chunk of the movie poster for Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers – Endgame: Movie (Vlog) Review

    This week I’m taking a look at the end of an era with my (relatively) spoiler-free review of Avengers: Endgame.

  • Banner-style poster for Hellboy (2019)

    Hellboy (2019) – Movie (Vlog) Review

    The Hellboy movie series has been re-booted, now without Guillermo Del Toro and after superhero movies, in general, have become more mainstream. How does this new film fare?

  • Film Review: Captain Marvel

    This week I have a vlog review of the next film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – Captain Marvel. Being that the film is still in theaters as of when

  • Film Review: Bad Times at the El Royale

    I’m a fan of film noir, and I’m definitely coming to enjoy modern neo-noir. When I saw the trailers for Bad Times at the El Royale come up on my

  • Film Review: Don’t Breathe

    One of the issues with modern horror films, particularly those with a human antagonist, is the filmmakers feel the need to give a grounding to their villain’s methods that they feel

  • Film Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp

    Well, after Avengers: Infinity War, there was some room for a lighter palate cleanser. Ant-Man and The Wasp is a film that intends to be something along those lines, and