Hush (2016)

Hush, an independent home invasion thriller that embraces the old tropes and adds a few new intriguing dynamics. Specifically: our protagonist is deaf and mute.

I finally saw The Force Awakens.

I went from not caring, to patient curiosity after hearing good reviews, to almost seeing it in the theatre, to giving up again and waiting until Blu Ray after being disappointed by The Witch (I’ll save that for another post). And now I want to go back and find a place that is screening it…

Review: Upside Down (2012)

I need to come up with a more balanced system for these movie reviews so I don’t harp on the negatives too much, because sometimes I just have next to nothing very positive to say. This one is no exception, so here is a review.  (SPOILERS AHEAD!)

Trailer: Elysium

While I typically frown on show-the-whole-movie trailers, this one got me really excited to see Elysium, starring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster. Knowing that it’s directed by Neill Blomkamp who did District 9, I am really looking forward to it…

Review: Cloud Atlas (2012)

Where do I start? Well, there’s an elephant in the room. But let’s just get into it. Cloud Atlas is a sweeping, complicated tale of interconnected stories that take place over six different storylines, eras, and settings. The film is based on a 2004 novel by David Mitchell, and directed by Tom Tykwer & the…