I'm a filmmaker, critic, writer, and a musician.
I love to laugh, and so do the people I surround my self with.
I have a cat named John Cusack.
I have a beard named Joan Cusack.
I play guitar a lot.
Director Andy Muschietti’s supernatural horror film ‘Mama’ is littered with small scares and hair raising sequences, but ultimately is a flawed attempt at a breath of fresh air.
‘Mama’ is the story of two young girls who are taken to a lonely cabin in the woods by their desperate father after he loses his mind during a stock market crash. When the girls are discovered five years later, custody is given to their uncle, and the terror unfolds, or at least attempts to.
If you’re anything like me, at least one night out of every week you’ll seek out a great movie to take you to a world that doesn’t require you to clock in or clock out. Whether you’re checking show times at a local theater, or eying the shelves at a video store, you’re moments away from taking a gamble on a couple of hours of your life that you will never be able to get back. My weekly DVD review will give you a strong shoulder to lie on while making your choice.
This week we will take a look at the epic prohibition-era gangster flick ‘Lawless’, which follows “The Bondurant Brothers”, three small town brothers who find their financial calling during the reign of the 18th amendment.
'Killing Them Softly' follows two small time crooks that are offered a pay day to rob a mob based poker game. Things take a turn for the worst when the mobsters hire an “enforcer” named Jackie Cogan (Brad Pitt) to track down the crooks and get even.
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