The Green Knight — Movie Review

The story is not a thrilling adventure, but a melodic piece of poetry that some may find rambling and perplexing. A thinking man's nightmare of a fable. The Green Knight is not for everyone, but it is good soup for the soul of lovers of arthouse cinema.

Jolt — Movie Review

Jolt can be mindless fun. Not worth plunking down big bucks at a theater, but worth checking out in your living room on Amazon.

Rare Beasts — Movie Review

Rare Beasts is achingly funny, heartfelt and far from poignant, but that’s what separates it from all the pablum posing as comedy.

Finding Kendrick Johnson

When the family hired their own Forensic Pathologist, not only did he find KJ’s organs missing from his body during the autopsy, he determined the cause of death to be from non-accidental blunt force trauma. To this day, no one knows where KJ’s organs have gone.. So what really happened to KJ?

DOLPHIN ISLAND Coming to DVD on August 1

Shot entirely in The Bahamas, DOLPHIN ISLAND is a family-focused film about a girl, her dolphin, and the power of family.

Fear Street Trilogy — Movie Review

What makes the Fear Street trilogy so entertaining is the mystery, the magic the director and writers have weaved, and a very engaging cast.

Sound of Metal — Movie Review

Darius Marder, his writers and cast deliver an emotionally exhausting portrait of the tortured souls of artists and what drives them.

Coming 2 America — Movie Review

All the time I’m wondering, who on earth was asking for a sequel to the over-decades-old comedy Coming to America?

Promising Young Woman — Movie Review

She’s dared to craft a revenge tale shrouded in mystery that echoes the artistry of Stanley Kubrick, a wicked and smartly written story that makes you think twice (and will likely cause controversy among alpha males).

Soul — Movie Review

This is hands down one of the most creative Pixar/Disney films in years, and yes, it is only available on Disney+.

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