You have heard the story of King Arthur, but in ‘Legend of the Sword, you haven’t heard it like this. And you should.Read More The Unders | King Arthur: The (Unappreciated) Legend of the Sword
From laughter to some happy tears, Tag has it all from the laughs to the feels…all except the respect it deserves.Read More The Unders | ‘Tag’ This Movie is So It
Leave your preconceptions at the house. This film takes you on an emotional journey with a far open mind.Read More Review | The Last Black Man in San Francisco Shares First-Hand Experience
Jim Jarmusch makes another indie gem. It may go slow in some parts, but it is a pleasant alive surprise throughout.Read More Review | The Dead Don’t Die … But They Can Go a Little Too Far (Slowly)
All the action and amazing fighting was firmly in the film, but the story was still on the run.Read More Review | John Wick Chapter 3: Bigger. Badder. But Not Quite Better.
When you think of music biopics, one movie that should come up–and often doesn’t–is a masterpiece by Val Kilmer: “The Doors”Read More The Unders | ‘The Doors’ May Be the Best Music Biopic You’ve Never Seen
Ever had someone tell you a biopic was “spooky”? Well, this one qualifies more than you know.Read More Netflix’s Ted Bundy Biopic is Actually Lily Collins’ Ghost Story
Childish Gambino’s Guava Island (now streaming on Amazon Prime Video) is unlike any movie you’ll see this year. Its cartoony set up leads way to a tropical thriller/comedy/musical that is both parts thought-provoking and fun. Guava Island follows a local musician, Deni Maroon (Donald Glover), as he plans a music festival for the people of […]Read More Review: Childish Gambino’s ‘Guava Island’ Kinda Feels Like Summer
This has been the decade of the horror renaissance, so we must pick 10. Can you do it? Took this guy about three months.Read More A-List | Top 10 Horror Movies This Decade
A (not totally) spoiler-free post on what appears to be more than you’d expect from the Head of Horror.Read More Pet Sematary: Is It a New Horror Classic?