Monster movies. In space. These are the things that make me giddy like a school girl with her first crush. Pandorum delivers, in that respect, in spades, but it's the story and execution that slow it down a little too much. Read More
Released in 1994, Love and a .45 is an extremely fun independent film that could be described as a Bonnie and Clyde for the grunge era. The title alone was enough for me give it a chance, and within the first 15 minutes I was in love with it. Read More
Jennifer's Body is a strongly written, hilariously terrifying movie that has earned a place in my DVD collection, but I would only recommend that serious fans of B-horror movies go to see the film in the theater. For those of you out there that do, you Read More
I passed up the chance to buy and read the comic it's based on because I didn't want to be comparing it to the source material the entire time at the movie theater. This was a bad idea on my part because the trailer had me thinking this was going to be Read More
Inglourious Basterds offers a variety of elements that some directors would be hard-pressed to integrate as seamlessly as Tarantino can — violence, humor, gore, and even a bit of history all come together to make Inglourious Basterds a film that will Read More
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