We all must accept the fact that Sharknado is basically a household name at this point. Anthony C. Ferrante created something that sparked an aberrant cult following and spawned five sequels, making it quite possibly the biggest mammoth that TV film has to offer. Advertisements
You won’t enjoy this bumpy ride.
If you would like to read Anthony Le’s earlier review of Crazy Rich Asians, click here.
Crazy Rich Asians is the movie of the summer.
Here is a look at the movies we will be covering this week, time permitting:
While it may not be for you, you should still support Canadian films.
If you would like to read Daniel Azbel’s earlier review of BlacKkKlansman, click here.
Internet folklore is essentially “nightmare fuel” for the digital age. It provides pre-adolescent children with a dark and hyper-violent Wikipedia page filled to the brim with so of my the most bone-chilling stories you’ll likely come across. Sometimes these tales can be pure stupidity, other times they can […]
Not only has Adam Sandler’s Netflix deal benefited him, but it has helped bring life to his production company Happy Madison. With a Kevin James special and a Rob Schneider TV series, each of the core Sandlerverse gang were slowly getting their own deals thanks to their buddy’s […]
Spike Lee isn’t the only prolific filmmaker to have put out two films this year (Jason Reitman, for one, has done so). But, Lee may be the only filmmaker to direct two masterpieces this year…..