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Top 5 Scott Derrickson Films

I Rank Writer/ Director Scott Derrickson’s Films 1-5.


"The Innocents" (2022) Review: A Story-Driven and Tensely Foreboding Norwegian Thriller

"The Innocents" brings maturity to the superhero genre. While superhero films often toy with being darker, "The Innocents" prioritizes a solid story structure over special effects and a slow build-up that leads to a payoff that is as intriguing as it is polarizing.


“Firestarter” (2022) Review: A Misfire of a Movie

"Firestarter" had the potential to become something like the movie "It" (2017), but falls far short.


"Everything Everywhere All at Once" Movie Review: An Engaging and Emotional Film

It's hard to imagine how the director of "Everything Everywhere All at Once" pulled it off. It's an engaging and emotional story that defies expectations and takes you on a roller coaster ride of emotions. I don't want to spoil anything so that's all I'm going to say about the movie!


"Star Wars" Movie Rankings

The only correct list in the galaxy!


"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness": A Multitude of Magical and Dark Proportions

"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" is the 2022 sequel to the 2016 film based on the Marvel Comic of the same name. While the pacing needs some tweaking, the sequel is jam-packed with a dark tone, creative visuals, fanservice, and spellbinding performances.


7 Best Movies So Far in 2022: A Must-See List!

In this article, we are going to look at the best movies released thus far in 2022. There are some really good ones, so make sure you don't miss out on our seven favorites!


"Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness" (2022) Movie Review

This "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" (2022) Has A Long Title! Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Rachel McAdams! Directed by Sam Raimi!


8 Villains I'd Love to See in "The Batman 2"

A detailed discussion of Batman villains I'd love to see in "The Batman 2." Which villain excites you most?


"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" (2022) Review: Sam Raimi Finally Brings Horror to the MCU

The Doctor Strange sequel sees Sam Raimi in the director's chair for the first time in nearly ten years. "In the Multiverse of Madness" is the first film to introduce horror to the beloved MCU. It probably isn't as dark as you'd like it to be, but it is certainly fun when it wants to be.


The Top 10 Sexiest Bond Girls

This article examines and ranks the 10 sexiest "Bond Girls" in the 007 franchise. It provides a brief overview of each lady's background, traits, and general appearance.


"Memory" (2022) Review: A Forgetful and Fatigued Memoir of a Hoary Hit Man

Liam Neeson kills people, but then forgets how to tie his shoes in "Memory." The action thriller co-stars Guy Pearce, Ray Stevenson, and Monica Bellucci, but offers little other than exaggerated grunts, heavy breathing, and middle-aged people you once loved past their prime.


10 Underrated Movie Directors

While directors like Hitchcock and Tarantino get celebrated as filmmaking geniuses, other directors had impressive careers without becoming household names. Here are some examples.


Review of Bishop T.D. Jakes' Movies Based on the Seven Deadly Sins

Bishop T.D. Jakes does more than preach and host large conferences. He also produces movies on Lifetime.


Ranking Matt Reeves Films 1-6

As of this writing, writer/director Matt Reeves' blockbuster, "The Batman," has grossed over $750 million worldwide and received massive critical acclaim. Let’s look back and rank Reeves' previous six films.


"The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent" (2022) Review: The R-Rated Action Comedy of a Lifetime

"Massive Talent" sees Nicolas Cage star as himself in an adult comedy based on and is a tribute to his career. Cage is perhaps the funniest he has ever been while Pedro Pascal is the laugh out loud sidekick to a one of a kind cinematic phenomenon.


"Business Proposal" (2022) K-Drama Review

A lot of people are excited about "Business Proposal," which is one of the most talked about Korean rom-coms on Netflix right now. They are played by Kim Se-Jeong as Shin Ha-Ri, and Ahn Hyo-Seop as Kang Tae-Moo, two strangers who get into trouble after a blind date goes wrong.


Disaster Porn Saturday Night: "Eruption: LA"

Los Angeles is shaking and baking again, only this time with a screenwriter and action actress. Could a movie be far behind?


“The Outfit” (2022) Review: The Good and The Bad

Leonard (Mark Rylance), an English tailor who manufactures suits on London's famed Savile Row, stars in "The Outfit." However, to save his life on one tragic night, he must outsmart a deadly crew of criminals.


"Everything Everywhere All at Once" (2022) Movie Review

Whether you've seen "Everything Everywhere All At Once" or not, it's getting serious buzz. It's only April, but is this the best movie of 2022?


"Dual" (2022) Review: Imitation of an Eccentric Film

Karen Gillan, in dual performances, takes on a terminal disease and being a clone in "Dual." Austin, TX-born filmmaker Riley Stearns returns with his third feature-length film and it's as awkward as it is deadly.


Top 5 Sam Raimi Films Ranked

Director Sam Raimi’s Top 5 Films Ranked.


Friday Film Fest: Robert Downey, Jr.

The formerly troubled actor has always delivered exceptional performances, no matter the role


"You Won't Be Alone" (2022) Review: Horror That Is More Than Skin Deep

Goran Stolevski has crafted a unique horror film for his directorial debut. You Won't Be Alone sees an innocent girl given a devilish power as she wears different skins to experience a normal human life.


“Better Nate Than Ever” (2022) Review: The Good and The Bad

"Better Nate Than Ever" doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it's a solid Disney offering.


Ranking Judd Apatow Films 1-7

Writer/Director Judd Apatow’s Films Ranked 1-7


Curiously Endearing: "Clerks 2" (2006) Review

A retrospective review of Kevin Smith's "Clerks II."


11 Movies Like "Joker" That Are Absolutely Brilliant

Are you looking for movies like "Joker"? You've come to the right place.


“The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure” (2022) Review: The Good and The Bad

Directed by Kim Joung-hoon ("The Accidental Detective") with a script by Chun Sung-il ("All of Us Are Dead"), “The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure" stars Han Hyo-Joo, Lee Kwang-Soo, Kang Ha-Neul, and many others as a gutsy crew of Joseon pirates and bandits in search of royal gold lost at sea.


How Mace Windu Destroyed the Jedi

Explore how the Jedi's second-strongest member heavily contributed to the Order's downfall!


Camp Tries Contemporary: "The Seed" (2022) Review

Sam Walker's campy alien invasion flick asks what would happen if E.T. was a total creep.


"The Batman" Review: Finally! A Superhero Film That Feels Different!

It's time for yet another Batman movie. We need one every few years, so now we've got it. Is it good? Is it bad? It's all a matter of opinion, so here's mine.


"The Batman": A Standalone DC Film Noir Epic

"The Batman" is a 2022 superhero film based on the DC Comic character of the same name. Among many adaptations, this incarnation of Batman stands on an ambitious and personal note with a film noir direction, great action & visuals, and refreshing performances.


"The Batman": Freshness Injected

While I love comic book films, I can understand why people are seemingly getting tired of the genre. I think "The Batman" perfectly shows how superhero films can last, and it all has to do with breaking away from the norm and injecting freshness into the fizzling genre.


The Darkest Dark Knight: "The Batman" (2022) Review

The Dark Knight has never been darker. Matt Reeves's latest take on the beloved Caped Crusader brings on a vision for the titular character that is fresh and exciting for both casual cinema-goers and comic book fans alike.


"Fitzcarraldo" Film Review

Fitzcarraldo the legendary Herzog & Kinski cinema classic. The nefarious colonial exploration of the white artist.


"The Batman" (2022) Review: When Is a Bat Not Quite a Bat?

"The Batman" is a detective story first with a few incredible action sequences and full on horror influences. It has its moments, but it is ultimately too long for its own good.


Love Hurts: "Don't Kill Me" (2021) Review

A young woman resurrects after a lethal overdose to discover a bleak new reality where she meanders endlessly through a narrative that is as pointless as her new existence.


"Marry Me" (2022) Review: The Good and the Bad

"Marry Me" is a good, entertaining, and romantic movie.


Growing Pains: "Hellbender" (2022) Review

Growing up is tough, especially when you have to learn that you're secretly an animalistic witch-creature.


Ranking Alexandre Aja Films 1-9

This article offers a ranking of Alexandra Aja’s films.


Going Nowhere: "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (2022) Review

In "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (2022), a group of overly confident Millenials face-off against a scorned murderer, bent on avenging his mother and protecting his home. You think you've seen it before, and you probably have.


The "Texas Chainsaw" Franchise Needs to Die

The newest "Texas Chainsaw" film has been released on Netflix, and boy oh boy, if it isn't proof this franchise needs to end, I don't know what is.


The Best Scene From Every Quentin Tarantino Film

A look back at the most Iconic scenes from director Quentin Tarantino's filmography.


"Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (2022) Review: Tearing the Face Off of a Horror Franchise

The ninth entry in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise is now streaming on Netflix. Written by the guys that brought us the Evil Dead remake and the Don't Breathe films, Texas Chainsaw Massacre has a ton of potential but is really just a bloated, faceless corpse of a horror film.


A Critique of Bram Stoker’s "Dracula" and F. W. Murnau’s "Nosferatu"

Dracula is a cornerstone of gothic literature. The novel played off Victorian fears and old superstitions. "Nosferatu" borrowed from the novel, and the company that made the silent film got in trouble for not getting the rights from Stoker's late wife.


"KIMI" (2022) Review: The Good and The Bad

During the COVID-19 pandemic in Seattle, an agoraphobic tech worker, Angela, discovers evidence of a violent crime while reviewing a data stream and is met with resistance and bureaucracy when she tries reporting it to her company.


"Death on the Nile" (2022) Review: A Drowzy Whodunit Loaded With Mediocrity

Kenneth Branagh returns as Hercule Poirot in Death on the Nile; the sequel to 2017's Murder on the Orient Express. Watch Poirot creepily ogle people, fumble through seven different desserts without eating them, and ponder whether or not to shave his luxurious mustache.


Do Corporations Love "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"?

Charlie Bucket is a sweet, thoughtful and obedient child, but does he secretly have a sinister fan base?