Even though John Travolta has put on a decent performance as the titular kingpin, the film fails miserably on other fronts.
An inventive horror-inspired science fiction, which somehow lacks depth to become a cult movie.
“Deadpool 2” follows the path set by its predecessor for the most part, but deploys enough humor and action to keep the franchise alive and well.
The Canadian horror Scarecrows (2017) plays along with its formulaic structure, however the self-mocking character of this endeavor’s rewarding enough to make for an entertaining genre offering. Four teens go on a weekend trip to the beach in Ontario. On … Continue reading Scarecrows (2017) Review
The most expected movie of the year didn’t let down.
Gehenna Where Death Lives (2016) represents an absolute rock-bottom among trashy low-budget horrors, made by talentless filmmakers. I believe it’s safe to assume that “Gehenna: Where Death Lives” is not on the watchlist of the vast majority of film buffs. … Continue reading Gehenna Where Death Lives (2016) Review
“The Heretics” mixes plenty of ideas in one pot, but the final outcome is a film with a solid, engaging plot and neat visual effects.
Terrifier (2016) is a kitschy, corny and sometimes on-purpose badly acted film, which surprisingly delivers a wicked amount of nasty fun. The glorious comeback of the 80s is rocking. After the success of Stranger Things, the kinda-kitschy aesthetics are truly … Continue reading Terrifier (2016) Review
Kelly Reilly and Luke Evans introduce a palette of acting tools, but “10×10” is nonetheless directed without flair.
In “The Titan” Sam Worthington “stars” in a lifeless science fiction drama, which doesn’t really work on any level (maybe apart from a gorgeous house of the protagonist). The year is 2048. The civilization as we know it is about … Continue reading The Titan (2018) Review – Netflix’s Grand Failure Starring Sam Worthington
A visual show-off that falls flat like a hockey puck.
A pointless addition to a universe that nobody feels attached to.
Sideways (2017) (Yol Kenari in original title) could have been a masterpiece. Instead, it’s a chore to sit through. The Turkish director Taifun Pirselimoglu tells a story of a small village, crammed between a sinister forest and sea. Soon the … Continue reading Sideways (2017) Review – Turkish Poem About Political Instability