The rip roaring, non stop laugh-a-minute GAME NIGHT

We are due a very funny movie and Game Night did not dissapoint. This very fast paced, laugh a minute flick start off funny and did not let up until the final credit rolls. I had been weary when I saw the funny trailer that whatever left in the actual movie might not live up … Continue reading

The hypnotic and unconventional Phantom Thread

You won’t see much of the complete picture of Phantom Thread from watching the trailer. That can be a good and bad thing because it might discourage people from seeing it because this movie could easily be a boring stiff upper lip british society kind of movie with not much to offer except showing how … Continue reading

Insidious: The Last Key – first horror feature of 2018

I went into this latest Insidious installment with much trepidation in terms of the scare factors because if past experience had attested, by the fourth installment of any movie, the quality of story-line and scariness had ran out of steam. Case in point: The Saw franchise.  Well, I have to say this movie moves like … Continue reading

Happy New Year 2018

No critique, no high praises. Simply want to wish you all a happy new year of 2018. Time to hit a reboot and start over or continue to do what’s been an amazing run for some of you out there. Thanks for reading this little blog and I hope to contribute something interesting and notable … Continue reading

Hostiles – the top notch Western movie that’s long overdue

They don’t make good Western movie like they used to. I am not one to wax nostalgic about how good old western movies were because we have seen we have had our share of modern western that is actually better than their old school counterparts due to better editing, punchier scripts, and overall better acted … Continue reading

The Shape Of Water – another Guillermo Del Toro classic.

If you like Pan’s Labyrinth, you are going to LOVE The Shape Of Water. It has that same tone, intensity, and wry humor that are trademark Del Toro. In this times of hopeless reality that we can’t change, Del Toro gifted us with a brief escape into his fantasy world with The Shape Of Water. … Continue reading

Darkest Hour: or as I would call it “Gary Oldman’s Best Actor Oscar-winning movie”

The 90th Academy Award hasn’t take place until March 4th but as far as I’m concern, the best actor race is already a foregone conclusion after I watched THE DARKEST HOUR starring Gary Oldman. I wasn’t expecting much going into this movie because there had been a couple recent movies about Churchill. I was wondering … Continue reading

The Creepy sensation of watching The Killing Of A Sacred Deer

Some movie do not have any gore or jump-out-to-spook gimmick to effectively creep the devil out of you. The Killing Of A Sacred Deer is this type of movie. A high brow, Exorcise-type of movie that take itself very seriously and you couldn’t help but react in kind. No matter that the story is quite … Continue reading

The chilly reception for The Snowman is no fluke

The first question I had in my head when I walked out of the advance screening of The Snowman was ” What went wrong with this movie?”. The overwhelmingly awful reviews hurled by critics toward this movie were no fluke. This movie is really THAT BAD. Hell, even the director who made it came out … Continue reading

The history of Tom Of Finland

If you’re like me, who lives in a big cosmopolitan city filled with cast of colorful characters inhabiting all the boroughs of NYC, you bound to run across these black and white drawings of overtly sexualized gay men in black leather jackets and assless leather chaps in bookstores or saw them on posters in some … Continue reading

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