The Five Stars: Drive

The Five Stars is an article series in which we chronicle films that have a lasting influence on us and that we feel are essential for any film lover. This series is dedicated to the late Roger Ebert Many people ask me, “Out of the hundreds of movies that you've seen, Why is Drive your … Continue reading The Five Stars: Drive

A Horror Film As Original As It’s Title: The Darkness Review

I fancy myself somewhat of a horror buff, so it came as a surprise that a mainstream horror film like The Darkness managed to creep up into theaters without me realizing it. The Darkness seems like one of those scripts that looked good on paper but once it finished filming, Blumhouse Productions realized just how similar … Continue reading A Horror Film As Original As It’s Title: The Darkness Review

The Debut of a Promising New Voice: Edge of Dawn Review

As I continue to delve deeper into the world of micro-budget indie films, I find myself straddling a fence of contradictions. I don't want to be terribly harsh given the financial restraints, but I also don't want to be too lenient. Fortunately I've only come across few downright misfires and luckily Edge of Dawn is further proof micro-budget … Continue reading The Debut of a Promising New Voice: Edge of Dawn Review

The Marvel Cinematic Universe: Ranked from Meh to Best

For the first time ever in modern history, people are excited for something that holds the term Civil War. Marvel Studios have revolutionized not only comic book films, but the film industry as a whole.  Love them or hate them, you have to respect that they succeeded in bringing a (almost) coherent universe to the screen and … Continue reading The Marvel Cinematic Universe: Ranked from Meh to Best