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The Northman Review

The Northman Review

Thomas Farrell, Contributor May 4, 2022

Robert Eggers is one of the most critically successful horror directors of the last few years. His modestly budgeted first feature, The Witch, became something of a cult hit while his follow-up, The Lighthouse,...

Father Stu Review

Father Stu Review

Thomas Farrell, Contributor April 21, 2022

It seems like it’s a tall order for Americans to make a truly good Christian movie. There are plenty of great examples from The King of Kings to The Passion of the Christ, but it’s an art that has...

The Top 5 4K Discs Currently Available

The Top 5 4K Discs Currently Available

Thomas Farrell, Contributor March 5, 2022

As with all “innovations” in the ever-changing world of multimedia, there’s the promise of an experience like you’ve never seen before. While 4K Ultra HD (UHD) Blu-rays won’t completely change...

The Last Duel Review

The Last Duel Review

Thomas Farrell, Contributor February 4, 2022

Ridley Scott has had a troublesome last few years. While he’s had no trouble securing millions of dollars to make movies, the critical reception of them has been less than stellar. 2017’s Alien: Covenant...

2021 Winners and losers in film

2021 Winners and losers in film

Thomas Farrell, Contributor December 15, 2021

2021 was another challenging year for the film industry. Many films that were supposed to come out this year still have yet to be released, and many of the ones that did come out were still delayed much...

Red Notice takes Netflix by Storm

Red Notice takes Netflix by Storm

Charlie Eggers, Contributor December 1, 2021

On November 5th, 2021, Netflix Subscribers were pleased to receive a Netflix original movie called Red Notice. The action and comedy films starred big Hollywood names such as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson,...

Last Night in Soho Review

Last Night in Soho Review

Thomas Farrell, Contributor November 12, 2021

Edgar Wright is one of the rare directors who’s managed to crank out films that have critical, commercial, and cult success. From the infamous comedies Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz to the adaptation...

Halloween Kills

Halloween Kills

"Evil Dies Tonight"
Austin Lentz, Contributor October 27, 2021

As the month of October comes to an end, like clockwork, a plethora of Halloween themed and inspired films make their way onto the big screen and our homes.  No other franchise series is as synonymous...

Cherry (2021) Film Review

Cherry (2021) Film Review

Thomas Farrell, Contributor March 24, 2021

2021's Cherry is the first post-Marvel project for the Russo brothers, who are best known for directing quite possibly the most successful film trilogy in history, the last three Avengers movies. As such,...

The Little Things (2021) - Review

The Little Things (2021) – Review

Thomas Farrell, Contributor February 10, 2021

The American crime thriller is one of the most crowded genres in all of media. Every year, there is a deluge of content released under this moniker and The Little Things just happens to be one of the most...

Film Focus: Directors cuts

Film Focus: Director’s cuts

Thomas Farrell, Contributor November 19, 2020

Making a movie in Hollywood can be a great way to realize your artistic vision, but studios will often step in and alter your work into something they deem to be more “marketable.” While this generally...

The Social Dilemma Review

The Social Dilemma Review

Adam Erickson, Contributor October 22, 2020

For those unfamiliar, the Social Dilemma is a new Netflix documentary that investigates the dangerous repercussions of social networking and the internet as a whole. The documentary is unique in that fact...

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