V/H/S: Viral is the third installment in the popular cult anthology horror franchise. V/H/S was a highly-original breath of fresh air to the done-to-death found footage horror subgenre. It may be one of the best indie horror gems of the 21st century. V/H/S 2 was similarly fun to watch, but was ultimately a digression from the previous film. It was a safe sequel that wasn’t trying to go above and beyond what it accomplished with the previous film.
This new sequel is somewhat similar to the first two installments, where a series of short subjects are shown interspersed with an ongoing second plotline. Only, where the original two films had Continue reading V/H/S: Viral (2014) Movie Review
The Rover is a film from Australian director David Michod (Animal Kingdom, writer: Hesher). Ten years after a worldwide collapse of civilization, the Australian outback is a dystopian landscape dominated by crime and poverty. Following a botched robbery, three thieves (Scoot McNairy, David Field, and Tawanda Manyimo) crash their car Continue reading The Rover (2014) Movie Review
American Sniper is a movie, directed by Clint Eastwood, which has been getting a lot of attention. Way more attention than I expected it to get, at that. And I don’t quite know what to make of that. I mean, a major blockbuster in January? Continue reading American Sniper (2014) Movie Review
Escape from Tomorrow follows a family of four on their final day of a Disney World vacation. The day begins with our unfortunate protagonist and father of two, Jim White (Roy Abramsohn), getting a call from his boss letting him know that he’s been fired. Predictably, it can only go downhill from here. Continue reading Escape from Tomorrow (2013) Movie Review
Coherence is a low-budget psychological science fiction film and the debut full-length release from director James Ward Byrkit (writer, Rango). At the risk of revealing any major spoilers for those who may want to see this movie, I will keep the synopsis short. Continue reading Coherence (2014) Movie Review