I have to start this off by saying that although I watched quite a few movies this year, I haven’t seen all of them, many of which I just missed in theaters or they haven’t gotten through my Netflix disc queue (which yes, I still use). So in this list, you might notice a lack of movies that I wanted to see, but haven’t gotten … Continue reading My 10 Favorite Films of 2015 (For Now)
Bored? Cath up on what I thought were some of the best movies of 2015 that are currently on Netflix. Continue reading Top 5 Movies of 2015 Currently on Netflix.
Netflix has proven to be well rounded with the shows they produce. From House of Cards (2013) to Bojack Horseman (2014) programs that bomb are few and in between, and earlier this month the release of Master of None (2015) certainly proved to not a bomb. The show is charming and I breezed through the ten episodes in only a few days. However… despite the evident … Continue reading Jack of Some Trades: Master of None (2015)
After the enormous critical praise Skyfall received as the best film of Daniel Craig’s run in the tuxedo (and some calling it the best of the whole franchise), Spectre has quite a lot of expectations on it to deliver something memorable. Director Sam Mendes is back on board as well and while the newer film lacks the strong emotional current that Skyfall, or say Casino Royale had, it’s still quite … Continue reading Spectre Is A Fun But Slight Follow-Up To Its Bar Setting Predecessor
Horror is a style of film that I greatly appreciate. It has many subgenres and the narrative can be incredibly flexible. However, despite my love for movies that I find scary I do not think I am an authority on the subject, and I did not see myself writing an article about a horror film anytime soon, that is until I saw Babadook (2014)(a movie that another … Continue reading Deconstructing The Babadook
Holding an audience’s interest while keeping them in the dark is an extremely difficult feat to pull off. Yet after setting the stakes high from shot one, Sicario plunges its protagonist Kate Macer (a superb Emily Blunt), an FBI field agent, into the dark murkiness that is the U.S. – Mexico drug war, only giving out answers and half-truths when absolutely vital. The world and war … Continue reading Sicario Makes A Tight Thriller Out Of A Complex Drug War
As a kid Halloween has always been my favorite holiday. Candy! Costumes! Pumpkins! And the best of all, Halloween TV specials. No matter how awful and unoriginal most were I loved them all. So join me this year as I challenge you to watch one everyday of October. Here is this list and links to where you can find them. 1. Freaks and Geeks “Tricks and … Continue reading 31 Day Halloween TV Special