Yeah….I’m not great at keeping track of all my things.

Talking CIFF and the theatrical experience in general.

Another bloated and boring summer blockbuster.

Talking Solo and what the hell I've been doing.

John Krasinski crafts a capable and entertaining horror thrill ride.

Wes Anderson's tale about man and his best friend is a charming and gorgeous adventure.

Spielberg's incredible action makes for a fun, but flawed, sci-fi romp.

A satisfying and entertaining horror thrill ride.

A satirical masterpiece.

Transformers + John Boyega = better? (no)

Talking comic book news, Avengers Infinity War, Fantastic Beasts, and a hodge podge of other things.

The throwback (and sequel) we've been waiting for.

Lara Croft and the Last Crusade.

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Avengers Infinity War, Sorry to Bother You, Dune, Wonder Woman 2, and Black Panther 2. There's a lot to chat about.

Boundless creativity and imagination can almost salvage this unadaptable story.

A taut and fascinating debut from Cory Finley.

Entertaining performances from likable actors can't salvage this unfunny comedy.

The first in a new series of essays from guest authors with something to say.

Where have the golden years gone?

Talking the Oscars and that's pretty much it.

Eli Roth, what in the everliving fuck were you thinking?

"Everything in the world is about sex except sex. Sex is about power." -Oscar Wilde


Humorous, heartbreaking, but most importantly human.

Annihilation, Box Office, and looking forward to March.

The first big surprise of 2018 is here.

A somewhat return to form for visionary filmmaker Duncan Jones.

Talking the news, Black Panther, Incredibles 2, Ready Player One, and Rampage.

Another win for Aardman.

Marvel's best movie.

"Why do you want to do this?" "Because it's what I'm good at."

Provocative can only get you so far.

I really just want to get this review over with so I don't have to think about this movie anymore.

A small and surprisingly effective horror film.

Deadpool, Venom, and all sorts of other stuff that happened this week.

Clint Eastwood's lost it, mostly.


"I find your lack of faith disturbing."

A glossier, more political "A Separation"

This isn't a joke or anything, please please please come back. We need you.

"Dr., come quick! This one has a pulse!"

Not even Jason Momoa can charm his way through this one, but he comes damn close.

We are all a little confused about what's going on with Cloverfield.

Put Liam Neeson on a boat already.

Is there anything more contrived than a butterfly metaphor?

Just another bad Netflix movie.

Hammer time is in a Rush to get out of 1960s Paris as he continues his European cinematic tour.

Talking Tarantino, new posters, and Super Bowl trailers.

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More like Losechester, amiright????

That's all. The title is self-explanatory.

A breakdown of what I thought was the very best of last year.

This is just about the most contrived and generic garbage I've seen in a while.

Stop everything you are doing and go see Paddington 2 right now.