This is a deep space science fiction story you haven’t seen yet.
Whether we like it or not, a part of us thinks life can go on forever. It’s the one guaranteed ego trip everyone takes. There’s a limitless vanity that we … Continue reading ‘Diane’ is an unapologetic look at mortality, loss, and how you spend your time here
The best kind of horror films take old recipes, throw in some fresh food with a couple new details in the preparation, and hold the viewer’s attention for a couple … Continue reading ‘Pet Sematary’ remake delivers a few new twists and scares the crap out of you
What if you could turn into a superhero by saying one word? For Billy Batson (Asher Angel), life has been anything but easy. Orphaned at a state fair by his … Continue reading ‘Shazam!’ is a breath of fresh air for comic book adaptations
This week on The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon, I discussed the latest movies and television shows available and upcoming. First, Frank went around the room in asking Dan, … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Radio Dose, 4-16-19: ‘Missing Link’ movie review, Netflix series to watch (AUDIO)
The Lake St. Louis miracle got the cinematic treatment.
Frank Hamer (Kevin Costner) was one of a kind. A legendary Texas Ranger (the one that wore a badge, not a baseball player) who could hunt down the deadliest and … Continue reading ‘The Highwaymen’ is one of Netflix’s best films
Sometimes, you just need to talk it out. Like the old man said at the bar, “speak as if no one is judging.” Now first, I am going to unload … Continue reading The Dose Unfiltered: “Ask me anything” mailbag session
Rehabilitation comes in many forms. It can be a person, place, or even a thing. For Roman Coleman (Matthias Schoenaerts), it’s a wild horse. The Mustang marks the directorial debut … Continue reading ‘The Mustang’ marks the true arrival of Matthias Schoenaerts
There was a time when Tim Burton set the course in filmmaking. His latest, Dumbo, is a sad sign that those days are long gone. When was that Burton prime, … Continue reading ‘Dumbo’ is a sad sign that Tim Burton has lost his touch