“Masters of the Universe” well crafted story, top notch cast that brings new life into the long standing series, and is absolutely gorgeous.
“A Time to Kill” glamorizes the worst of American culture, and reaches unsettling conclusions through over the top sentimentality.
“Snake Eyes” wastes its immense collection of talent and delivers a less than zero effort in both its action and script.
I staved off watching “A Thousand Words” long past the deadline for when my review was due. I’m not sure…
“Dragonheart” proves that you can make a fun, singular, original fantasy adventure and have it be nothing more than that.
A little blast from the 2008 past, but do you remember that time bodybuilders were fighting online about how many days a week has?
“Shrek” deserves its iconic status after 20 years. It has stood the test of time and will continue to do so as the decades pass.
Though it sounds like a fairly conventional boxing game, Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!! is deceptively clever in its gameplay. Punch-Out!! is less about aggressive fighting and…
A look back at Tony Scott’s iconic 1983 fangless vampire film “The Hunger” starring David Bowie, Catherine Deneuve, and Susan Sarandon.
ShadowVision has vowed to track down a serial stabber in the area as well as protect its citizens on a daily basis