The Hunger Games (2012) Movie Review “Thrilling, Raw, and Emotional”

It seems as though I have been writing a lot about young adult film adaptations. Although it could have something to do with the recent uptick in quantity, we just had “Maze Runner” last month and the one before that was “The Giver” and “If I Stay”. (It doesn’t help matters that I’ve been reviewing… Read More The Hunger Games (2012) Movie Review “Thrilling, Raw, and Emotional”

V/H/S: Viral (2014) Movie Review “There Is a Reason We Stopped Watching Movies On VHS”

I haven’t actually seen any of the “V/H/S” entries previous to this newly released entry “V/H/S: Viral”. Since however this isn’t a continuing storyline I decided to take my first venture into the “V/H/S” universe. The first two were pretty well received and I hope they were excellent, this entry however is a disappointing venture.… Read More V/H/S: Viral (2014) Movie Review “There Is a Reason We Stopped Watching Movies On VHS”

Annabelle (2014) Movie Review ” No I Must Insist My Dolls to Be Demon Free”

There was no doubt that director James Wan’s 2013 horror masterpiece, “The Conjuring” would be a tough act to follow. Warner Brothers was eager to capitalize off the success of “The Conjuring” and pushed “Annabelle” into motion rather quickly. Based off the Annabelle doll that was featured heavily in “The Conjuring”, “Annabelle” features James Wan… Read More Annabelle (2014) Movie Review ” No I Must Insist My Dolls to Be Demon Free”

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) Classic Movie Review “Never Sleep Again”

At the time of this release, the 1978 horror masterpiece “Halloween” and the 1980 cult classic “Friday the 13th”, absolutely changed the genre for the rest of the decade. The “slasher” era of film was born and then there were endless amounts of new slasher films coming out each year, each with a different theme… Read More A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) Classic Movie Review “Never Sleep Again”

Dracula (1931) Classic Movie Review “Classic and Immortal”

There are many iterations and adaptations and uses of the character Dracula. I don’t know if there is one as famous and iconic as Universal’s 1931 original starring Bela Lugosi. This was a project that was in development for a few years near the end of the 1920s silent. With the big success of “Nosferatu”… Read More Dracula (1931) Classic Movie Review “Classic and Immortal”

Dracula Untold (2014) Movie Review “The Bite isn’t Great But It’s Enough to Draw Some Blood”

Imagine a story where you have an ill-fated protagonist that is willing to do anything to protect his loved ones. In doing so, that protagonist brings a curse upon himself where he has three days to resist his darkest temptations and fall fate to this terrible curse. Yet this heroic man slowly he falls into… Read More Dracula Untold (2014) Movie Review “The Bite isn’t Great But It’s Enough to Draw Some Blood”

Breaking Bad: The Final Season (5) (2012/13) TV Series Review “The End”

Finally we have reached the end of our Journey. Many successful TV shows never know when to end, and keep on going season after season after season with continued demise of what was once a show of great quality. “Breaking Bad” is among the most successful TV shows of all time and decided to finish… Read More Breaking Bad: The Final Season (5) (2012/13) TV Series Review “The End”

The Maze Runner (2014) Movie Review “A Middle of the Road Young Adult Thriller”

September brings us yet another young adult film adaptation. This year has already seen quite a few to hit the big screen, “Vampire Academy”, “Divergent”, “The Fault in Our Stars”, “If I Stay”, “The Giver” (a movie review coming soon), and now we have reached “The Maze Runner”. This giant output for these films is… Read More The Maze Runner (2014) Movie Review “A Middle of the Road Young Adult Thriller”