Category Archive: Reviews

Need For Speed 3D Review

Need for Speed is exactly what it advertises, fast cars and that’s pretty much it. In this high-stakes, tire-peeling thriller Aaron Paul takes on his first leading role on the big screen after… Continue reading

About Last Night Review

The first two weeks of February usually involve a barrage of love-entwined flicks and this year is no different, except for one movie.  About “Last Night” is the curveball needed to break down… Continue reading

Labor Day Review

Traditionally Labor Day isn’t the most romantic day of the year. Between the last days of summer and the start of school, romance is probably the last thing on anyone’s mind. But in… Continue reading

Robocop Review

There are dozens of 80’s movies that should remain untouched. It doesn’t matter how much time has passed, how many others have been churned through the Hollywood idea mill, they need to be… Continue reading

Lego Movie 3-D Review

It’s been years since I’ve played with Lego building bricks. Other than stepping on stray blocks peppered across my little cousin’s house, which send me leaping into the air in pain, I never… Continue reading

Ride Along Review

The buddy cop movie has a fixed blueprint. For the most part, nobody ever drifts too far away from its patented design. Thus the road less traveled is rarely taken. And unfortunately, “Ride… Continue reading

Lone Survivor Review

Lone Survivor” has already set the bar this year for intensity. The story retells the memoir of Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Marcus Luttrell during the events of “Operation Red Wings,” a routine mission… Continue reading

Waking Dead “Too Far Gone” Review

Here we are, we’ve already reached the mid-season finally of The Walking Dead and the Governor is knocking on Rick’s door… with a tank. *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS*      … Continue reading

REVIEW: Wonder Woman 23.1

Cheetah’s are malicious yet graceful animals. There’s a certain beauty to them, just like there’s a certain elegance to the villain Cheetah, herself.  John Ostrander does an awesome job bringing out the true… Continue reading

Review: True Lives of The Fabulous Killjoys #4

Gerrad Way and Shaun Simon have shifted this series into a higher gear these last two issues. The plots progressing at a speedier pace, and I like it. After sticking in some places… Continue reading