Category: Movie Reviews

  • House at the End of the Street Blu-Ray Review

    House at the End of the Street Blu-Ray Review

    “House at the End of the Street” or HATES, as it was known in its marketing, is a mediocre horror/thriller that holds your interest long enough to reveal the twist you saw coming from the start. Jennifer Lawrence plays Elissa, a girl, whom with her mom, has just moved to a new town. Conveniently enough they move…

  • Dick Tracy Blu-ray Review

    Dick Tracy Blu-ray Review

    I know most of us around the age of thirty remember this film. Yes the colorfully created eye candy of a film, Dick Tracy. Dick Tracy was directed by its own Warren Beatty, which allowed for its robust cast. The film made its debut in 1990. I for one have been waiting for this to…

  • Heavy Weights Blu-Ray Review

    Heavy Weights Blu-Ray Review

    Ah Heavyweights, I have fond memories of this movie from when I was a kid and even after watching it again I still enjoyed it quite a bit. When the movie came out in theaters in 1995 it was a huge flop, but seeing as how I was only 13 at the time, I had…

  • “Dredd” Seems Like A Reworked Script for “The Raid”

    “Dredd” Seems Like A Reworked Script for “The Raid”

    I had a chance to check out “Dredd” last night, which is sort of a re-imagining of the 1995 Sly Stallone flick “Judge Dredd”. The story lines are completely different between the two movies and I’m not familiar with the comic books, so I’m not sure if this follows one of those from the books,…

  • Beasts of the Southern Wild Blu-Ray Review

    Beasts of the Southern Wild Blu-Ray Review

    Every night, little children are tucked into bed with fairy tales.  Every night, another generation is introduced to the rank and file of morality, the archetypes of good and evil that trundle through enchanted forests and teach us the value of the human spirit.  These characters may often seem strange, even backward at times, but…

  • Butter DVD Review

    Butter DVD Review

    The process of making butter is as violent as it is transformative. Fresh cream is churned and mashed until its very molecular core is inverted, surrendering to an existence as a shapeless reduction of what was once pure. The result is a common table condiment; easily overlooked and often maligned. The butter carving competition of…