Bad Lieutenant (1992)

Artwork by Aaron Clements, November 9th 2020. To continue on with the theme of Noirvember, we’re now going to talk about a film that I went into without any prior knowledge other than “Hey, Harvey Keitel is in this!”. A film that’s not really addressed anymore, as it had been (sort of) remade in 2009Continue reading “Bad Lieutenant (1992)”

Night On Earth (1991)

As a Tom Waits fan and someone who liked Jim Jarmusch’s enjoyable avant garde western known as Dead Man (starring Johnny Depp), finding something like this film just feels like it’s up my street.  A few simple set-ups where the story is more or less the same, and yet it’s not.  Because characters, dialogue, musicContinue reading “Night On Earth (1991)”

Minions (2015) Movie Review

Here we go, a film I’ve been waiting to see for over a year, and 1 that brought us a trailer that was on-par with most short Minion Movies.  So…the Prequel to Despicable Me…how was it? Minions is designed to provide some exposition to the little yellow people themselves.  What are they?  Why do theyContinue reading “Minions (2015) Movie Review”

The Godfather Part 2 (1974) Movie Review

Right, after doing The Godfather Part 1 and choosing to do an April Fools joke in which I played a politically correct gluten-free (despite no need to take it up) save-the-House-Fly individual and then letting you know that it’s 1 of those films that is close to perfection, a 5-star film that is better thanContinue reading “The Godfather Part 2 (1974) Movie Review”

Ghostbusters (1984) Movie Review

Well folks, it’s that time of year.  A week when most things have a horror theme to them – something even I’ve bought into, as the month of October puts me in the mood for horror (classic and modern) movies, TV shows and certain video games.  However, a question that can arise is “does horrorContinue reading “Ghostbusters (1984) Movie Review”

Sharknado 2: The Second 1 Movie Review

Sharknado 1, in its own bizarre and funny way, was a film worth watching, even if it’s a bit of the crap side of filmmaking.  It was silly, stupid and over-the-top.  Sharknado 2, however, takes “Jumping the Shark” (pun intended) and turned it into “Jumping the Ocean”.  The volume is turned up to 11, andContinue reading “Sharknado 2: The Second 1 Movie Review”