Redbox Review ~ The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Since it’s Valentines Day and all, I wanted to review a film that properly celebrated the holiday. I was afraid I liked this movie so much because I was in a sensitive mood. After watching Perks of Being a Wallflower a second time, I know now that my initial feelings were genuine. This film not only … Continue reading

The Walking Dead – Midseason Premiere

For Walking Dead fans, the time has finally arrived. I apologize now if this post seems biased, since I am a huge fan of the show. Yesterday’s premiere of The Walking Dead transitions the famed series into a new chapter of survival and zombie killin’. New characters seem to be gaining some limelight and some older characters seem to … Continue reading

My Netflix Picks of the Week!

As we all know, it is quite frustrating to pay $9 (minimum) a month for Netflix, only to find crap, crap, and more crap to watch. This is when you have a similar moment to Darth Vader at the end of Revenge of the Sith, screaming, “Noooooo!” Don’t worry, I am going to be your Netflix spirit guide. Every … Continue reading

Review of Zero Dark Thirty and Bigelow’s Dispute

Kathryn Bigelow’s newest film hovers the line between suspense-drama and documentary. Bigelow claims Zero Dark Thirty to be “based on first-hand accounts and actual events,” but is receiving speculation about the accuracy. One thing is for sure, after seeing this film on the big screen, I was left with silent contemplation. I really didn’t know what … Continue reading

Tarantino’s Django Unveiled

Quentin Tarantino has to be one of my favorite directors of all time. He’s bold, detailed, gritty, and a fantastic storyteller. Not to mention everything he touches has unforgettable flare. His most recent film, Django Unchained, a spaghetti-western, revenge story combined with exaggerated pre-Civil War history, fits into his portfolio swimmingly. Django currently ranks second … Continue reading