The Predator is a thrilling romp filled with more than enough bloody kills, dripping entrails, pretty explosions, zingy one-liners, and gearshift shocks to please the midnight monster movie crowd as much as a Friday day multiplex audience.
TIFF 2018: The Predator Review
Dreamcatcher (Lawrence Kasdan, 2003) – Sometimes you just have to embrace the ridiculous in a movie and just let it take you a long for the ride. I can’t in good conscience call Dreamcatcher a good film, but there is something about batshit earnestness that you can’t help but admire. Jonsey, Henry, Beaver and Pete […]
Working with a bigger cast than he's ever had before, the melodrama White Bird in a Blizzard is an obviously plotted setback from Gregg Araki.
Kingdom Come (Paiman Kalayeh, John Lyons Murphy, 2012) – I’ve been recently working on writing a piece about questions you should never ask at a Q&A following a screening at a film festival. One of those questions is “Was it a struggle to get this film made?” I say you shouldn’t ask that not because […]