‘Unidentified Objects’ Review: A Surrealist Character Space Journey (Fantastic Fest 2022)

“Do you ever wake up from a dream and it’s like you’re still dreaming?” That question suffused Colombian filmmaker Juan Felipe Zuleta’s debut feature, Unidentified Objects. It haunts the viewer into a false sense of security, questioning their own experiences and purpose on this earth. Unidentified Objects stars Peter Hobbes (Matthew August Jeffers) and Sarah Hay (Winona Jordan) as two strangers who discover something about themselves across a … Continue reading ‘Unidentified Objects’ Review: A Surrealist Character Space Journey (Fantastic Fest 2022)

‘A Life on the Farm’ Review: An Ode to the Artist in All of Us (Fantastic Fest 2022)

Art can be therapeutic. It can save someone’s soul and be a gateway to cleansing the spirit. Art can transform and mold you. On a small farm in Somerset, it was everything to Charles Carson. A Life on the Farm recounts the discovery of this old videotape owned by filmmaker Oscar Harding’s grandfather, which contains a feature-length home video written, directed, and starred by his … Continue reading ‘A Life on the Farm’ Review: An Ode to the Artist in All of Us (Fantastic Fest 2022)

‘Birdemic 3: Sea Eagle’ Review: A PSA-Laden Romantic Thriller (Fantastic Fest 2022)

In the plethora of modern so-bad-it’s-good films, few have seen the massive success and notoriety as James Nguyen’s phenomenal Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010). A movie filled with all the cheesy romance and awful apocalyptic terror you can fathom, the earnestness and naivete artistry employed by Nguyen makes it forever enigmatic to what a cult movie can be. But is it possible to hit lighting … Continue reading ‘Birdemic 3: Sea Eagle’ Review: A PSA-Laden Romantic Thriller (Fantastic Fest 2022)

Halloween Ends [Movie Review]

I was always having mixed feelings about this trilogy reboot of “Halloween”, with some elements working and some being infuriately bad, however, I really enjoyed this one a lot, much more than the previous ones. Thematically, it was the most interesting, and reminded me a lot of “The Last Jedi” in terms of expectations and what this movie is trying to tell. Continue reading Halloween Ends [Movie Review]


Nearly 5,000 years after he was bestowed with the almighty powers of the Egyptian gods—and imprisoned just as quickly—Black Adam is freed from his earthly tomb, ready to unleash his unique form of justice on the modern world. So, another superhero movie. But this time, it holds some personal baggage since this critic has had a rocky relationship with the DCEU from the start. I … Continue reading BLACK ADAM “REVIEW”

Clerks III [Movie Review]

After narrowly surviving a massive heart attack, Randal enlists his old friend Dante to help him make a movie immortalizing their youthful days at the little convenience store that started it all. Kevin Smith.  The name itself can send shivers down your spine, for better or worse. If you’re reading this review, you know who the man is. He is a living legend, mixing rowdy, … Continue reading Clerks III [Movie Review]

Halloween Ends [Movie Review]

The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode comes to a spine-chilling climax in this final installment of this trilogy. Halloween Ends the culmination fo Micheal Myers and his reign of Evil in Haddonfield, Illinois. This epic end of an era of Micheal Myers and Laurie Strode and maybe a new beginning to our favorite serial killer. This film is a hell of a fun … Continue reading Halloween Ends [Movie Review]