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Colossal--New, giant monster to rampage planet this year

Many think kaiju movies–Asian giant monster flicks featuring Godzilla, Mothra, and the like–are comedic in their own right.  Right or wrong, at some point a worldwide disaster apparently brings along its own laughs.  186 more words


Anne Hathaway is a city-crushing, dancing Kaiju in "Colossal"

Yes you read that headline correctly – Anne Hathaway is a city-crushing, dancing Kaiju in Neon’s upcoming film “Colossal”. Those are words, I never though I’d ever utter. 49 more words


Nacho Vigalondo's comedic monster movie Colossal gets its first trailer — watch

Spanish filmmaker Nacho Vigalondo’s got a spotty track record. His concepts—often rooted in sci-fi and the supernatural—are always crafty, subversive, and graced with a comedic backbone, but his storytelling is often clunky and impenetrable, especially in his 2014 feature (and English language debut) … 124 more words


"The Incredible Hulk" | Movie Review

Grade (B-)

Easily the best rendition of the hulking green hero, thought it had flaws.

Following the world-wide success of Marvel’s “Iron Man” came the second film in what would be called Phase One of the ‘Cinematic Universe’, “The Incredible Hulk” starring Edward Norton as Dr. 680 more words

Sci-Fi Fantasy

"Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk"



The shockingly weak screenplay is one of the many elements that completely ruin “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk,” a disappointingly lousy movie from Oscar winning director… 1,027 more words

2016 Film Reviews




“Anesthesia” is another ensemble film of intersecting storylines that strains just a little too hard to connect all of the tales together. It’s obvious that writer / director / actor… 345 more words

2016 Film Reviews

Anesthesia - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


This film explores a sense of numbness, for a lack of a better way to put it. Be it because of isolation, drugs, or because you put logic over emotion. 1,342 more words