A History of Violence Review

Moving away from terrifyingly impressive special effects, director David Cronenberg has since set his sight on becoming a director of gory thriller films, the...

Bone Tomahawk Review

By far the greatest benefit of Craig S. Zahler’s general direction is that he doesn’t shy away from taboo subjects that are often not...

High Fidelity Review

Whatever happened to John Cusack? The man was on top of the world at one point, with great pieces of film such as Being John...

Rope Review

Often hailed as the master of the thriller, director Alfred Hitchcock crafts us a simple premise and blends it with a thoroughly investigative hero. Rope shows...

After Hours Review

There’s no denying how great a director Martin Scorsese is. After Hours feels more like one of his sleeper hits, forgotten about by the populous but...

Misery Review

A rewatch of Misery didn’t seem too necessary since I live in it, but ‘tis the season to be horrified and the only horror movies I can really stomach...

Prisoners Review

Possibly the most overrated and overpraised director working currently is Denis Villeneuve. His work isn’t bad by any stretch of the imagination, but it...

Everyone Says I Love You Review

Woody Allen directing and starring in a musical. It's as shaky a premise as it sounds, and not everything in Everyone Says I Love You sticks, a...

Wild Man Blues Review

It's amazing to see that Woody Allen is as neurotic as his most beloved movie characters. He exudes the same awkward energy that Annie Hall’s Alvy...

Army of Shadows Review

I’ll always have a soft spot for 60s war movies, especially those that don’t come from big budget studios. Call me a snob if...
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