This last weekend, I joined Dawn, Andrew, and host Mark in the Spoiler Room Podcast to discuss Wonder Woman. We lasso many different topics this episode and power through some really tough questions at times. You can hear our thoughts at The Spoiler Room and listen to our discussion of Wonder Woman at Special Mark … Continue reading Wondering about Wonder Woman in the Spoiler Room
Some places are memorable…others will never let you forget.
In my latest episode of Forsaken Film Reviews (and with Mothers’ Day just around the bend), I examine how motherhood is represented in this amazing and haunting film based on one of my favorite video game series.
Film Jerks own Paul Salzer brings the ARZ network a bite sized film review series based on his blog FORSAKEN FILM REVIEWS.
This episode, he discusses Silent Hill.
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Jeremy Lelis: [Royalty Free Music] Wolf – Upbeat 8-bit Electronic
ALL MUSIC in episode is from the Silent Hill OST
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This week, I join Mark in discussing The Circle, starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks. What are our thoughts on 100% transparency? And what about that awkward moment when you and hundreds of thousands of other viewers find your parents in bed doing some pumping up? Find our thoughts at The Spoiler Room. You can find The … Continue reading Circle this on your Must Listen Podcasts
THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY - PART 2. Dir. Francis Lawrence. Perf. Jennifer Lawrence (shown), Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Donald Sutherland, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Julieanne Moore. Color Force & Lionsgate, 2015. Film. Katniss Everdeen returns in the final installment of Suzanne Collin's The Hunger Games series. When her journey began, she impulsively volunteered herself as … Continue reading The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (2015)
CRIMSON PEAK. Dir. Guillermo del Toro. Perf. Mia Wasikowska (shown), Tom Hiddleston (shown), Jessica Chastain, Charlie Hunnam, Jim Beaver. Legendary Pictures, 2015. Film. This Guillermo del Toro film wasn’t the ghost story I expected. What I found was a character-driven love story infused with elements of Jane Austen and Edgar Allan Poe. Story (4/5) – … Continue reading Crimson Peak (2015)
Who would have guessed back in 1984 that a line as simple as “I’ll be back” would turn out to be so prophetic? Three decades later and we find Arnold returning once again to repeat those famous words on our movie screens. So it was with a high level of excitement, and an even higher … Continue reading Terminator Genisys (2015)
In some ways, Jurassic World is like the franchise itself. After 10 years, we find attendance and memories of the park in decline. In an attempt to keep the park viable and fresh, the people in charge have decided to create something new to bring interest back. The metaphor goes deeper though. Let's look at … Continue reading Jurassic World (2015)
Last week I rented two DVDs. And yes, not all reviewers watch films for free. I was really stoked about seeing one of these films, because the trailer was phenomenal. The other DVD was an independent horror film that I wasn’t sure about. Strangely, after watching both films, the one I was really excited about … Continue reading Chemical Peel (2014)
Starry Eyes is a clever film written and directed by Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer. The story has many interesting “what-the-hell” moments before the story fully emerges in its final act. On the surface, this movie was about a woman named Sarah struggling to become famous, like the actresses that she pins pictures of to her … Continue reading Starry Eyes (2014)