I like dinosaurs. I like dinosaur movies. But I especially like dumb dinosaur movies. Sure, the original Jurassic Park is an adventure classic, but have you guys heard of Anonymous Rex? It’s about an alternative reality where dinosaurs have survived extinction and hide among people … by wearing rubber suits (because dinosaurs and people are... Continue Reading →
Ready for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom? Well, nothing well get you more hyped than our Jurassic World drinking game, which is even deadlier than an Indominus Rex.
Is Hereditary the scariest movie of 2018? Check out our review to find out our thoughts on the film that freaked out Sundance audiences.
Our review of Diablo Cody and Jason Reitman's new movie Tully is chock-full of spoilers as we analyze its depiction of postpartum depression and motherhood.
Avengers: Infinity War is here, and it’s not the colossal clusterfuck that cramming about thirty characters into one movie seemed like it would be. But it also feels less like a movie, and more like a collection of scenes designed to make fans go “Woo!” and “Whoa!” and “No freaking way, Red Skull!” (Someone sitting... Continue Reading →
Avengers: Infinity War is less than two weeks away, and you know what that means--it’s time to wildly speculate! Marvel has been building up to this for a decade, so we can expect some big things, and some of those things are going to be dead superheroes. With that in mind, let’s calculate the odds... Continue Reading →
Biopics. They’re a staple of modern cinema, but what do we expect from them? Historical accuracy? Actors gunning for awards? To be a little bit bored? Well, to quote Meat Loaf, two out of three ain’t bad. Biopics have never been concerned with complete honesty when it comes to the lives of their subjects. They... Continue Reading →
Though we’re hella late to discuss Hollywood’s biggest night, like Frances McDormand, we’ve got some things to say. Like all Academy Awards ceremonies, it had its highs and lows—very low lows. Let’s break it down: Highs: So Shiny It’s impossible to not complain about the Oscars, but if there is one thing that keeps me... Continue Reading →
As a fan of both Pan’s Labyrinth and The Devil’s Backbone, I made sure to see Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water in theaters to fully submerge myself in his masterful juxtaposition of gorgeous and grotesque imagery. But even though I expected to enjoy the visual experience of this film, I was quite skeptical... Continue Reading →