In Theaters: Brightburn

Brightburn (2019)Directed By: David YaroveskyWritten By: Mark Gunn, Brian Gunn Brightburn is best known as “The evil Superman movie.” Which is a description that isn’t totally inaccurate but doesn’t sum up the film properly either. There is no doubt that it is a retelling of the Superman origin story, one that asks the question: What … More In Theaters: Brightburn

In Theaters: Hellboy

Hellboy (2019)Directed By: Neil MarshallWritten By: Christopher Golden, Andrew Cosby, Mike Mignola I had never heard of Hellboy before seeing the 2004 Guillermo Del Toro film. I immediately fell in love with the character. That movie (and it’s 2008 sequel) was so much fun. I was nervous when I heard that a reboot was in … More In Theaters: Hellboy

In Theaters: Us

Us (2019)Directed By: Jordan PeeleWritten By: Jordan Peele Us was the movie I have been most excited about in 2019. It’s also the one that I have been the most nervous about. As the follow-up to Get Out, there is no doubt that it’s an important film for Jordan Peele. Sure his debut was great … More In Theaters: Us

Streaming: Treehouse

Treehouse (2019)Directed By: James RodayWritten By: James Roday & Todd Harthan Treehouse is a part of Blumhouse’s Into The Dark series on Hulu. Some places list it as a television episode instead of a movie but I consider Into The Dark to be a series of straight to Hulu movies produced by Blumhouse as opposed … More Streaming: Treehouse

In Theaters: Happy Death Day 2U

Happy Death Day 2U (2019)Directed By: Christopher LandonWritten By: Christopher Landon, Scott Lobdell Happy Death Day was the surprise of 2017. A PG-13 slasher film that borrowed it’s premise from Groundhog Day. I thought it was a brilliant concept but didn’t actually expect it to be good. Imagine my surprise when I finally saw it. It was a smart, entertaining, 90 minute movie that could only be … More In Theaters: Happy Death Day 2U

In Theaters: The Prodigy

The Prodigy (2019)Directed By: Nicholas McCarthyWritten By: Jeff Buhler You know how some people can’t whisper? They think they can but they just broadcast all of their secrets to anyone within earshot? If those people were a movie, they would be The Prodigy. It’s not a bad movie but it telegraphs every single thing that happens and has the nerve to act as … More In Theaters: The Prodigy