Dracula Untold – sympathy for the devil #filmreview

Or was Vlad, as I stated above, a product of his times, doing anything he felt right at the time to survive. This film creatively dives into the man beyond the cape and inspiration for Bram Stoker.

The Bone Collector Film Review #DenzelWashington #AngelinaJolie #QueenLatifah

Starring: Denzel Washington, Angelina Jolie, Queen Latifah Written by Jeffery Deaver (book), Jeremy Iacone (screenplay) Directed by: Phillip Noyce IMDb ranking & storyline: 6.7/10 A quadriplegic ex-homicide detective and his female partner try to track down a serial killer who is terrorizing New York City. I wanted to mention first how crazy it is that this film is nearly 20... Continue Reading →

Dead Calm Film Review #samneill #nicolekidman #billyzane

Starring:  Nicole Kidman, Sam Neill, Billy Zane Written by  Terry Hayes (screenplay), Charles Williams (novel) Directed by: Phillip Noyce IMDb ranking & storyline: 6.8/10 After a tragedy, John Ingram and his wife Rae are spending some time isolated at sea, when they come across a stranger who has abandoned a sinking ship. Yesterday I had the great pleasure of interviewing... Continue Reading →

The Scorpion King: The Book of Souls – Film Review #zachmcgowan #petermensah #pearlthusi

Starring:  Zach McGowan, Nathan Jones, Peter Mensah, Pearl Thusi Written by David Alton Hedges, Frank DeJohn Directed by: Don Michael Paul IMDb ranking & storyline: 4.6/10 The Scorpion King teams up with a female warrior named Tala, who is the sister of The Nubian King. Together they search for a legendary relic known as The Book of... Continue Reading →

The Moderns – Film Review #johnlone

Starring: John Lone, Keith Carradine, Linda Fiorentino, Wallace Shawn Written by Alan Rudolph, Jon Bradshaw IMDb ranking & storyline: 6.7/10 A struggling artist is hired to forge paintings, causing him to cross paths with his ex-wife and her powerful new husband. You may assume that I named my Bertie after Bertram in The Moderns, you may... Continue Reading →

Paper Moon Affair – Film Review #johnlone

Starring: Misa Shimizu, Brendan Fletcher, Sebastian Spence Written by Jilena Cori, Thomas Fung, Michael Parker, David Tamagi IMDb ranking & storyline: 5.8/10 An enigmatic Japanese woman, abandoned by her wealthy Chinese husband in a remote Pacific Northwest village, becomes entwined in the lives of two rugged locals. The hunt for a copy of this movie was interesting to... Continue Reading →

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