That 90s Show Review-A Fun Trip Down Nostalgia Lane

Fox was on a roll in the 90s with a bunch of hit shows like Simpsons, Married With Children, and In Living Color. One of their biggest hits ironically was That 70s Show. About a bunch of kids in Wisconsin who hung out at the house of the parents of one of the kids, andContinue reading “That 90s Show Review-A Fun Trip Down Nostalgia Lane”

The Pale Blue Eye Review- A Film as Dark & Atmospheric as its Story Is

Scott Cooper is an eclectic director his films have varied from horror, Antlers, period piece, Hostiles, Biopics, Blass Mass, and music-based films, Crazy Heart. He once again delves into period piece territory with his latest film The Pale Blue Eye. He also works again with a frequent collaborator Christian Bale who starred in Hostiles andContinue reading “The Pale Blue Eye Review- A Film as Dark & Atmospheric as its Story Is”

Lady Chatterley’s Lover Review

Lady Chatterley’s Lover is based on the novel by D H Lawrence. His last novel. It’s a Victorian period piece set in the early 1900s. It already had another iteration back in 2015 on television on BBC1 starring Richard Madden, Holiday Grainger, and Jodie Comer. This new version is set to come out on NetflixContinue reading “Lady Chatterley’s Lover Review”

Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio Review

Pinocchio has been a stalwart of the Disney library for many years When You Wish Upon a Star is a song that Disney is synonymous with. Ever since the original all those years ago there have been a few other incarnations of this classic tale of a little wooden boy who wants to be realContinue reading “Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio Review”

Wednesday (Series) Review

Miles Miller and Alfred Gough were on a high while their show Smallville was doing so great. They haven’t hit it that big ever since even though they have been doing other shows such as The Shannara Chronicles and Into the Badlands. When they reached out to the master of darkness himself, Tim Burton, theirContinue reading “Wednesday (Series) Review”

The Wonder Review

Florence Pugh has been an IT girl of late with her breakout role in Lady Macbeth and a few years later, in 2019, she had a huge year with Fighting with my Family in which she played Paige the WWE wrestler from Great Britain. In the summer of that same year, she was in theContinue reading “The Wonder Review”

Enola Holmes 2 Review

Enola Holmes was a surprise hit for Netflix a couple of years ago. It was a funny action adventure film starring one of their darlings Millie Bobby Brown. One of the stars of the huge hit series Stranger Things. She has been in a couple of other things in her career but this film wasContinue reading “Enola Holmes 2 Review”

Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities Review

Guillermo del Toro is a director and writer who likes to create weird or out-of-the-ordinary types of characters and stories. His early work Chronos, The Devil’s Backbone, and Pan’s Labyrinth are prime examples of this style. His last film Nightmare Alley is a little more straightforward. He gets back to the weird and out-of-the-ordinary storiesContinue reading “Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities Review”

Wendell & Wild Review

Monkey Paw Productions is the production company of Jordan Peele the actor/director of such films as Get Out, Us android past summer hit sci-fi horror film Nope. Peele has teamed up with Henry Selick, the filmmaker behind Coraline, A Nightmare Before Christmas, and James and the Giant Peach. He’s a stop-motion animation specialist. This team-upContinue reading “Wendell & Wild Review”

The Good Nurse Review

Jessica Chastain is coming off a Best Actress win for her role as Tammy Faye Baker at the Academy Awards last March. So all eyes are going to be on her for what roles she chooses or has come up with since then. Eddie Redmayne is another Oscar winner, for The Theory of Everything whereContinue reading “The Good Nurse Review”