Movie Review: Smile (2022)

If you like what I do and want to show your support, please consider buying me a coffee If you have seen movies like The Ring or It Follows, you have seen Smile. Smile does nothing to stand out against the other clones, and I can't help but feel disappointed by the experience. If you are curious about this movie,... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Pearl (2022)

If you like what I do and want to show your support, buy me a coffee Pearl is the unnecessary prequel to the horror movie X. While I did enjoy it more than the original, it doesn't add anything new to the narrative. Both of these movies seem to exist as separate stories in the same universe, so... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: X (2022)

If you like what I do and want to show your support, buy me a coffee! X is a solid slasher film, but it didn't leave much of an impression. It is a beautifully shot movie with a solid foundation, but it is a slow burn with little payoff. It certainly stands out amongst all the... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Hellraiser (2022)

Image Source I was excited about the new Hellraiser because I loved the original, but I have since exchanged my excitement for disappointment. It is time to let this series die since it has run its course. The movie focuses on a recovering drug addict who is struggling to get her life back together. Desperate... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Alone With You (2022)

Image by María Prieto from Pixabay I don't know where to start with this movie, but it is hard to talk about because it didn't leave much of an impression. This is a well-intentioned film that tried something unique, but it has too many issues holding it back that make it impossible to recommend. Even... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Reef: Stalked (2022)

After Jaws, there have been many attempts at creating another good shark movie. There are certainly some that stand out, but The Reef: Stalked isn't one of them. This movie is about a group of diving buddies who go on vacation to a secluded island to mourn the loss of their friend. They plan on relaxing, diving, and... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Allegoria (2022)

The Harrowing of Hell By Jacob van Swanenburgh. I couldn't get the rights to the poster, but this painting was referenced in the movie. Source This movie took a lot of effort to get through because of how unbearably pretentious it is. I had to take multiple breaks just to be able to finish it.... Continue Reading →

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