Dead Ant

There is no wrong in wanting to turn the brain cells off every now and again when watching a film; from slashers, druggies, misadventures and anything else under the sun some flicks are just meant for pure dumb fun enjoyment. Serious, nail biting suspense thrillers and horror films will always have a place but so … Continue reading Dead Ant

American Dresser

There is a certain lifestyle I believe that surrounds owning a motorcycle. I feel there comes a sense of freedom and a different perspective on the world. Films and televisions shows like Easy Rider, The Wild One and Sons of Anarchy have captured this lifestyle of the rebel attitude. The newest entry in the motorcycle … Continue reading American Dresser

Yellow Submarine (1968)

Due for a re-release this summer with restored visuals and soundtrack The Beatles animated musical journey Yellow Submarine will be hitting screens again for his its 50th anniversary. Acclaimed for its wild animation, comedic antics and gorgeous soundtrack the film follows the people of Pepper Land seeking help from the villainous Blue Meanies who despise … Continue reading Yellow Submarine (1968)

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

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

Hugo – 2011

The Film I had seen the film twice in theaters and immensely enjoyed the 3D; which I thought was the best I had seen and that includes James Cameron’s Avatar. Watching the film without the 3D was not as awkward as I thought it would be but that is because Scorsese didn’t shoot this to … Continue reading Hugo – 2011