There’s no need to worry about the DC Universe getting . . .
All posts by J.R. Taylor
There are several counts of attempted noir in Fatale, starting with hardboiled narration . . .
There’s half a great comedy to Half Brothers – which remains a . . .
A long drought of useful finds from the Sundance Film . . .
There’s a scary gulf between 2017’s Happy Death Day and the sequel . . .
Bizarro Hollywood continues to rule the box-office with Let Him Go as . . .
The most irritating thing about Pride Month every summer is . . .
Come Play is sort of an unofficial sequel to The Babadook, or . . .
Brandon Cronenberg’s first feature as a writer/director was a thriller . . .
There’s a scene early in The Glorias when one Indian woman explains . . .
Evil gets way too banal in Alone – with Jules Willcox as . . .
Helen Reddy strides into New York City, 1966, where a . . .
Disney is trying to push old stock in a pandemic . . .
Major studio releases are finally back in theaters. Horror fans, . . .
The last zombie movie to play theaters before the real . . .
There are few things more ignorant than film critics claiming Rashomon is . . .
The critics are raving about She Dies Tomorrow, and it’s fair . . .
Well, here’s a movie that’ll make it tough for Katie . . .
Anyone bothering to follow box-office receipts this summer has found . . .
The history of horrible album covers has occasionally provoked some . . .
The first minutes of Irresistible tell us the setting is “Rural America,” . . .
Fantasy Island didn’t work out as a scary movie, so now . . .
COVID-19 claims its first major cinematic casualty with The Vast of . . .
Despite an acclaimed debut at Sundance last year, Selah and the . . .
The Assistant was a disaster of a #MeToo movie, but Tape is effective . . .
The 1990s was the rare decade that actually started on . . .
It might take a while to realize that Never Rarely Sometimes . . .
The new wave of Coronavirus Cinema begins with Resistance, which . . .