Out of the Fight

https://www.youtube.com/embed/z3L9gJAAz_8 We all know the risks for those that enlist in the military; they risk their lives and put themselves on the front line for our freedom. For those lucky enough to make it through their lives are never the same and for those unfortunate few it never will be again. The ramifications on the … Continue reading Out of the Fight

Black Water: Abyss

The scariest moments in film are not always because of deadly slashers or a nightmare demon, it’s the scares that exist in our reality that can make us feel at our most uneased. Films like Jaws, The Ghost and the Darkness and Crawl used animals to instill fear in its viewers. The tension is built … Continue reading Black Water: Abyss

Cold Blood

There can be times leading up to a film’s release that make it feel it will hit on all cylinders and can do no wrong. Unfortunately that is also the trickery behind a films advertising; to showcase all the highlights to lure the audiences in. The trailer for writer and first time feature director Frédéric … Continue reading Cold Blood

Master Z: Ip Man Legacy

I am always in for an action movie. I’ve been a fan of them since I was a kid and my favorite films always included martial arts. There are a slew of bad films that think if they throw in a couple of fight scenes and a cheap story you’ll walk off with an “instant … Continue reading Master Z: Ip Man Legacy

Big Kill

            Westerns are one of the longest running genres in media. Films like The Great Train Robbery, Shane and Red River were beloved in first half of the 20th century. The tradition continued in the 2nd half with titles such as Unforgiven, Tombstone and The Quick and the Dead. The stories do not always rely … Continue reading Big Kill

Silencer

Action films are a mainstay in the film world and there are countless films out there that pack a solid punch. The problem with such a favorable genre is the dilution of films that simply do not meet the bar. Films found in the dollar bin or the checkout at the supermarket are likely to … Continue reading Silencer

Power Rangers – 2017

Review by : Anatoliy Budnitskiy POWER RANGERS was a fun film. There were many factors that made it watchable. It was such good nostalgia rush, very cleverly done: to the names of the original power rangers, the old Power Rangers theme, in which I went absolutely nuts for, that was an awesome touch. Great call-back cameos … Continue reading Power Rangers – 2017

John Wick Chapter 2 (SPOILERS)

**Contains Spoilers** No need to write a long diatribe about the nuances about John Wick Chapter 2 so let’s get right into it. There is little breathing room between this film and the first as it begins with Wick retrieving his car that was stolen in the first. The action is nonstop throughout as Wick … Continue reading John Wick Chapter 2 (SPOILERS)

Aftershock – 2012

Anytime you throw in Eli Roth’s name you can expect some good ole blood & gore. In his English film debut Chilean writer/director Nicolás López gets his time to shine. Roth produces/stars in the film as Gringo who along with friends Ariel and Pollo (think a spanish version of Zach Galifianakis) are partying in Chile. … Continue reading Aftershock – 2012