Captain America: The Winter Soldier: A Review

Imagine a world where a secret division of the government controls it all. Where every move is a calculated one against the inattentive masses. Where a multi-billion dollar organization can Continue Reading →

300: Rise of an Empire: A Review

300 was a great movie. Ultra violent spectacles combined with some of the greatest fight scenes ever choreographed to make one of the most tasteless (yet also somehow tasteful) action Continue Reading →

Apparently hands were really symbolic in Only God Forgives

True BPM Superfans may remember that I have really mixed feelings on Only God Forgives. I was a huge fan of the kickass trailer, but I had really mixed feelings Continue Reading →

Gravity: An Alternative Review

You know, being a reviewer isn’t always fun. Yeah, it’s great talking about movies you love and explaining why they’ve earned your adoration. Also, laying a verbal beating on bad Continue Reading →

Machete Kills: A Review

As I sat down to figure out what movie I’d be seeing this weekend, I saw that my choices were as follows: Gravity, a movie about Sandra Bullock and George Continue Reading →

How To Draw Things: A Space Shuttle

Based on the positive feedback we’ve received from our Must Watch Videos on how to draw things, we’ve decided to spin it off into its own new segment, which is Continue Reading →

Gravity: A Review

Alfonso Cuarón is a very talented director – there can be no doubting that. Anyone who has seen Children of Men is well-aware that this is a man who knows Continue Reading →

Random Wikipedia Link of the Night: Sarah Harrison (journalist)

Well, Baby Birds, this is a section that I’ll hardly ever do called Random Wikipedia Link of the Night – I need to think up a more clever title – Continue Reading →

Greenwald and Scahill team up to take on the NSA

The Huffington Post is reporting that Glenn Greenwald and Jeremy Scahill have teamed up to produce a report about the NSA and a “U.S. assassination program.” Jenny Barchfield writes that: Continue Reading →

Man of Tai Chi: A Review

I remember when I was younger I used to love watching kung fu movies. This was back when even Jackie Chan’s American movies received generally fair praise and the name Continue Reading →

Insidious Chapter 2: A Review

They say you can get used to anything. If that’s the case, then why haven’t I gotten used to being disappointed by horrible movies? It goes without saying that I Continue Reading →

Riddick: A Review

My word, the second half of the year 2013 has been a bad one for movies. Sure the first half had treats like Oz and Fast and Furious 6, but Continue Reading →

We’re the Millers: A Review

Yes, it’s filled with gross-out humor. Yes, most of the jokes are low-brow. Regardless, We’re the Millers is a genuinely funny film led by a strong cast. If you haven’t Continue Reading →

You’re Next: A Review

You know, I really don’t think most film critics have taken in film classes ever. I’m not implying that I’m better than them simply because I’ve taken film classes for Continue Reading →

Sharknado: A Review

Every so often, I find a movie that just makes me lose all hope for humanity. I’m finding it hard to believe that such a movie has garnered such a Continue Reading →

V/H/S/2: A Review

You know, sometimes I wonder if the people who make movies actually want to make money. Take V/H/S, the 2012 shaky cam horror anthology. It only saw a couple of Continue Reading →

Dirty Wars: A Review

Jeremy Scahill is the National Security Correspondent for The Nation magazine and a film, Dirty Wars, has been made based on his book, Dirty Wars: The World Is A Battlefield. Continue Reading →

Paranormal Activity 4: A Review

Paranormal Activity 4: The Trailer Was Better So as part of deal of sorts I made with a friend, I had to watch Paranormal Activity 4 since my friend accompanied Continue Reading →

R.I.P.D.: A Review

R.I.P.D.: Yes, it’s that bad. A couple days ago I watched The Wolverine and, to me, it was boring. The week before, I watched The Conjuring and while I felt Continue Reading →

The Wolverine: A Review

The only way to start this review off is to say the following: I was pumped for The Wolverine. I like Japanese culture and I like seeing Hugh Jackman beat Continue Reading →

Star Trek Into Darkness: A Review

I originally wrote this review on May 21st, 2013 for Pixcelation. With permission from the editor-in-chief of Pixcelation, James Herd, and some minor edits, I am reposting it here at Continue Reading →

Only God Forgives: A Review

I’ve written previously about how much I love the trailer for Only God Forgives, but I have bad news: the trailer is far better than the movie. Only God Forgives Continue Reading →

Dead Man Down: A Review

With Dead Man Down now out on DVD, I can finally actually write this review and pretend that it’s reasonably timely. Niels Arden Oplev has made a film that wound Continue Reading →