I thought I had seen everything Martin Scorsese could do as a filmmaker–and then I saw “The Irishman.” He’s rewritten the book on powerful epic cinematic experiences once again, showing … Continue reading ‘The Irishman’ proves Martin Scorsese can still surprise us
In the opening moments of Joe Lynch’s Point Blank, a man with no name (Frank Grill) crashes and falls out of a house, running away wounded with a gun in … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Point Blank’ is punk rock cinema at its finest
Here’s an erection-inducing trailer.
What is the difference between anti-hero vigilantism and bad intentions? Is Frank Castle a good man willing to do the bad deeds for the greater good-or is he a bad … Continue reading Jon Bernthal delivered the true Frank Castle in Netflix’s ‘The Punisher’
Open your eyes and you may die. That’s the premise of Susanne Bier’s Birdbox. For Malorie (Sandra Bullock), the post-apocalyptic setting of screenwriter Eric Heisserer’s adaptation of Josh Malerman’s novel … Continue reading Open your eyes! ‘Birdbox’ is a good flick
With Netflix’s Wheelman, writer/director Jeremy Rush set out to make something different. Working with a simple setup (getaway driver gets sabotaged, spends entire night figuring out who wronged him), a … Continue reading Interview: ‘Wheelman’ writer/director Jeremy Rush
Jeremy Rush and Frank Grillo aim for something different.
Jessica Jones doesn’t like people much. Jones drinks bourbon like a fish and only eats after a long night of bed breaking sex. She doesn’t care what you think. She … Continue reading Jessica Jones mixes real world fear with Marvel geeky fun