Scoob! Review

There are few animated properties with the brand recognition of Scooby Doo. Much like the Looney Tunes, Mickey Mouse, and Tom and Jerry, Scooby Doo is a classic cartoon that will be the subject of remakes and re-imaginings for the foreseeable future. The latest iteration of this franchise comes in the form of Tony Cervone’s […]

Reminiscing with Celebrities in HAVE A GOOD TRIP: ADVENTURES IN PSYCHEDELICS

Netflix recently put out its latest documentary based around celebrity’s LSD experiences and sprinkled it with some tips and tricks from the masters on how to manage the infamous drug. It is relatively short, only lasting about an hour and fifteen minutes but is filled with beautiful and entertaining animations, funny reenactments, and interviews from […]

Review: THE HALF OF IT

Over the last few years there’s been a greater focus on Asian actors and filmmakers. From films such as Crazy Rich Asians, Yesterday, and The Farewell, the film industry has seemed to become more aware of Asian representation and its potential benefits. With the historic Oscar win of Parasite this year, winning not only best […]

23 Hours to Kill: Jerry Seinfeld Like You’ve (Unfortunately) Heard Before

After over two decades, legendary comedian Jerry Seinfeld has returned to standup in his brand-new Netflix special 23 Hours to Kill. On the surface this special could not have been released at a better time. With the coronavirus and quarantine people are understandably anxious and would benefit from some much-needed laughter. This special also comes […]

REVIEW | IP MAN 4: THE FINALE

If one has not watched the Ip Man series by now, they are missing out on a hell of a lot of fun and ingenuity. Somehow, the fourth and final installment wraps up this beautifully choreographed action franchise on a stirring note. We have come a long way since the release of the first Ip […]

REVIEW| LOST TRANSIMISSIONS

Mental instability always seems to spread chaos amongst people and who they associate with. Life never seeks to work out properly when our minds collapse on us and we have to distract ourselves to find a purpose. Lost Transmissions secures this aspect with its two lead performers, and their flawed personalities. Katharine O’Brien, director and […]

Review: ONWARD

If there’s one thing Disney can reliably do nowadays with Pixar films, it’s that they are stunning animated features that maintain fun and emotion which carry over into family’s hearts. Onward here is no different, creating a nostalgic-type feeling with Pixar’s own cemented legacy to continue crowd-pleasing results. All the Pixar films (with the exception […]

THE INVISIBLE MAN (2020) REVIEW

Why did it take so long for Universal to produce a great horror film ever since the Mummy (not the Tom Cruise one, the one directed by Stephen Sommers)? Out of all the Universal classic monsters such as Frankenstein or Dracula, the Invisible Man is the most insane yet most humanistic of them all. The […]

SONIC THE HEDGEHOG

We have come a long way since that disturbing trailer with a human-like Sonic in 2019. If the studio did not take the time necessary to push back its release and fix the horrific CGI, then we’d be having a different conversation altogether. As it stands, they were able to save the movie and now […]