All in all, #Alive started out pretty good but the intensity waned as the movie progressed. It was a good film but it failed to commit to the horror idea. As a result, it became a conversation about mental health and social media. Go figure.
With all the reports and studies about COVID-19, I must admit that it gets pretty overwhelming to process all of the information at once. Death tolls are rising by the […]
Audiences should not be attacked for the type of content that they prefer. And art should know no race. Good cinema is good cinema is good cinema. It transcends language and boundaries. If we want to bring local cinema to the attention of the world, our filmmakers should be open to different world views and approaches. Our local industry should be mindful of quality even while balancing it with profitability.
After Kingdom Season 1 aired in January 2019, I was one of the fans who was immediately got hooked to the series given its unique premise in combining the zombie […]
Rarely do I find myself as affected by documentaries as I did by Netflix’s The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez, which talked about the systematic torture and death of a seven […]
Klaus was the perfect film to watch for the holidays but I have a feeling that this will become my picker upper any time of the year. Its just sparks a feel good feeling that was a result of all the elements fof the film coming together — the great story, the beautiful artwork, the seamless animation and great direction from Sergio Pablos. It was just great. Kudos to everyone involved.
Let me just say that if you’re a fan of Asian dramas and you’re looking for a light viewing experience, Triad Princess could just be the thing for you. With […]
Apart from the cheesy slowmos and beauty shots, I would say that A Little Thing Called First Love was a passable drama, perhaps lacking in overall substance but not bad enough for me to abort viewing.
Eli was a solid addition to Netflix’s original horror films. While it was not an entirely original concept to blow audiences’ minds, it knew what it wanted to achieve and did not stray the course with excessive bravado. It just delivered a well executed horror movie that shocked and scared in all the right places. That’s all we can ask for.
If you are not easily offended and simply want a series that has great animation, entertaining script bordering on the ridiculous, go ahead and catch up on this animated show on Netflix. Just be warned that its crude humor is not for kids.
I was actually quite excited to see Netflix upload the second season of Creeped Out, a British horror anthology series that revolves around a character called The Curious, who serves […]
In all fairness to Murillo, the plan at the Royal Mint of Spain would not have succeeded if not for not for her but still, this does not soften the blow as to why she is the absolute worst. Lisbon by a*s.
Money Heist Season 3 serves up a familiar yet unfamiliar flavor from the original installment and leaves viewers thirsty for more, given that cliffhanger ending. While most of the Royal Mint heist was calm and methodical, there was a certain frenzy from the onset of Season 3 that threatens to shatter all of viewers’ expectations. While I feel confident that the Professor gang can pull off this heist successfully, I’m not sure how many people will come out alive.
I initially planned to do a review per season of the Spanish series La Casa de Papel or Money Heist but found myself continuing immediately to the next season after […]
Word of caution, enter The I-Land at your own risk. Don’t be deceived by the trailer.
Manhunt: Unambomber was not simply a presentation of the cat and mouse game that the Unambomber played with the FBI for 17-19 years. It was an exploration of what drove law enforcement personnel to pin him down, as well as the methods of his madness. Its a perfect series to watch, especially nowadays when technology is at its peak and most people can be considered slaves to these devices. It will definitely give you the chills and comple you to rethink.