January Movies of the Past that Hold Up in the Present

January Movies Actually Worth Your Time 7

January is usually a very rough time at the movies. It’s infamously known as a dump month, the time where studios will release the worst of the worst that they clearly had no real faith in beforehand. Every once in awhile, we get a diamond in the rough and get a January release that turns … Read more

5 Organized Crime Easter Eggs you might have missed in THE IRISHMAN

5 Organized Crime Easter Eggs you might have missed in THE IRISHMAN 10

This past week, we were graced with the latest of Martin Scorsese’s opuses, The Irishman.  Though the film runs a barely digestible 209 minutes, it manages to only graze some incredible organized crime history, history that also has connections to other Scorsese media.  For the crime aficionado, these are exciting references that connect to a … Read more

What the Critical Backlash Against Midway Means for Cinema

What the Critical Backlash Against Midway Means for Cinema 2

Something strange is happening with the reception of Roland Emmerich’s new film Midway, a factual retelling of the events that led to the famous battle in the Pacific: most of the critics seem to hate it (scoring 42% on Rotten Tomatoes), while the audience loves it (scoring 92% on Rotten Tomatoes and topping the box office on its opening weekend).

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Must See Genre Films at TIFF 2019

Must See Genre Films at TIFF 2019 6

TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) has once again descended onto the streets of Toronto, bringing with it some of the best and most exciting films from around the world. As with every year, TIFF has a slew of fantastic genre films running alongside the prestige cinema hitting cinemas across the city.

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