For our review of last season of Marvel’s Runaways, click here.
Here is a look at the movies we will be covering this week, time permitting:
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There’s quite a lot going on in director Brady Corbet’s 21st-century portrait; it’s incredibly dense, not necessarily in a dreadful way but not quite in the way of a steady progression either.
This steaming pile of garbage should be avoided at all costs.
For our earlier review of Vice, click here.
Miracle on 34th Street is all you need if you are looking to celebrate the Christmas spirit.
A lot of people consider the holiday season, and Christmas, to be one of the happiest times of the year. People get time off work, they’re able to spend time with their families, and it’s an all around joyous occasion. Some directors have chosen the typical path, and made happy, heartwarming Christmas films. Several come to mind, including classics such as A Christmas Story, Home Alone and It’s a Wonderful. Naturally, there are always directors who want to push the boundaries. Over the years, several directors have tried their hands at a horror-Christmas hybrid, and the results have been undeniably intriguing. Here are five films that take the cheery atmosphere of Christmas and darken it just a little bit:
Each year Netflix puts out their fair share of Holiday Originals so here’s our quick take on what 2018 has to offer!
That movie that makes you want to get out there and conquer the world – this is it, chief.
For our earlier review of The Favourite, click here.