The Netflix Original Death Note film is now forever real and forever bad. Surprised? Of course not. Going through multiple directors, including Shane Black and Gus Van Sant, and a plethora of script changes, the project seemed doomed from the very start. Let me take
There’s a new movie capitalizing on a national tragedy for monetary gain that comes out today. Who wants to see It when you could sit though 9/11. That’s also the name of the film. It’s just called 9/11. What the hell is this poster? Here’s a trailer. Yikes.
All this North Korea news has us feeling particularly apocalyptic lately, so we decided what better way to cope than to make a list of our favorite movies about the end of the world? Here are our top picks, in no particular order. Shaun of
When I was younger, I used to come up with terrible plot ideas for movies all the time. What kid didn’t? I’d bring my Walkman into the bathroom so that I could sync up “Baba O’Riley” perfectly in my mind with whatever silly plot idea
Cynical nerds everywhere were baffled last week when Spider-Man: Homecoming turned out to actually be pretty good. “Ever since the teaser trailer dropped I’ve been waiting to hate-watch this thing,” grumbled Danny Goodman. “If I’d known it would actually be a coming-of-age tale filled with
In my previous Film Roundup articles (2015 and 2016) I’ve lamented the state of the box office. Every year spin-offs, prequels, sequels, reboots, and tired superhero flicks dominate the list of most profitable films. In an attempt to provide some alternatives to those usual suspects, I’ve collated
After six films based on the Resident Evil video game series over a span of 15 goddamn years, it appears the film series is getting a reboot because art is dead. Constantin Film, the production company responsible for the atrocities sometimes referred to as “films”,
Right up front, I’m not a Ghost in the Shell aficionado. I’ve known of its existence for a long while, the picture of her with sunglasses and a gun in her hand always being the first thing I think of when the title is mentioned.
If Michael Bay directed The Breakfast Club, you’d get the 2017 Power Rangers. And here’s what’s nuts: That’s actually a good thing. This is shallow fun done almost flawlessly. Warning: After this point there are light spoilers. Here’s something else that’s kind of crazy to say: if
It is award season, and that means there are hundreds of “Best Films of 2016” lists smeared across the internet. Despite the saturation – I’ll throw my two cents into the mix. I’d like to do something different to try and spice up the listicle format.