Anyone who truly knows me knows about my admiration with horror films and everything else mysterious, scary, and gruesome. Growing up, this form of entertainment was my first true love, and that love has continued as my cinematic palette has become more refined. I crave, obsess about, and watch movies that Rotten Tomatoes has deemed […]Read more "The Cabin in the Woods (2012) Review"
My first exposure to Wes Anderson as a director came from his adaption of Roald Dahl’s “Fantastic Mr. Fox.” Stop-motion animation had always interested me from a technical side of film production. The amount of time it takes to painstakingly complete one scene is something I cannot possibly comprehend, and that’s part of the reason […]Read more "Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Review"
For those of you who have seen the film, do you remember how you felt when you first watched Todd Phillips’ The Hangover? Assuming you enjoyed it like I did, you were probably laughing uncontrollably at the unexpected situations the “Wolf Pack” found themselves in and the raunchy, but still humorous interplay between them. These […]Read more "The Hangover Part II (2011) Review"
Around this time last year, Lionsgate released Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard’s meta-horror hit The Cabin in the Woods, which was, no doubt, one of the biggest, most pleasant surprises of the year. Not since Wes Craven’s Scream had we seen a mainstream horror film proceed to lovingly deconstruct the genre, pointing out and making […]Read more "Evil Dead (2013) Review"
Children. Simply put, they are a handful and there’s no escaping that. They are, at times, energetic and hectic, making them a little difficult to deal with. I’m no parent, but it’s not hard to see that raising a child is no cakewalk. Now, I’m sure many of us remember the holidays as children. We […]Read more "The Children (2008) Review"