A Nightmare on Elm Street Review

Release: 1984 Director: Wes Craven Imagine this. You have a 7-layer nacho dip, where every layer is a different kind of cheese, and instead of chips it's more cheese, plus it's served on a wheel of cheese. After your appetizer you get an entree of queso a lá fromage. Even after all of that, you …

Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus Review

I remember the days back in elementary school where I would come home and jump right onto the TV and scrolling to see what was on. Early 2000's kids programming was a strange landscape to browse. Most were late 90's shows that were trying to stay relevant during the new millennium or experimental programs that …

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Review

As a kid I remember going to my elementary library and seeing a book series that was unlike anything else on the shelves. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is just terrifying for a young mind to read, and yet I couldn't get enough of it. While the stories themselves could range from a …

Once Upon A Time in Hollywood Review

Release: 2019 Director: Quentin Tarantino So I saw Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Welcome to Hollywood, 1969. The age of movies is changing, and veteran actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) is trying to find what he can do next. Filming in his hometown is so much different than it used to me. He was …

The Art of Self-Defense Review

Release: 2019 Directed by: Riley Stearns So I saw The Art of Self-Defense. This did not get the same attention as, say, other films this weekend, but decided this would be worth my time over others. It's Jessie Eisenberg learning karate, so what could go wrong? Well... Nothing. This movie is just awesome. Our hero …