A funny and exciting update of the classic film!
Some movies are so bad they are good. Some are so bad they are bad. Then there are those that are so truly terrible they make you want to go … Continue Reading The Boy
You would think the fourth most expensive movie ever made would have a super-kick-ass-awesomely-wicked story, right?
It’s a strange thing, being a James Bond fan. I guess the secret is learning to live with disappointment.
We here at Criticult love a good trailer as much as the next pop culture blog. Over the last 2 weeks we’ve had 3 major ones drop. Take a look … Continue Reading Trailer Roundup – 04/12/16
I’ll admit it. The first time I watched the trailer I was underwhelmed. It looked…ok. Kind of flat. But I wasn’t able to give it my full attention, having to … Continue Reading Ghostbusters – Trailer #1 (2016)
Wow! The Visit, M. Night Shayamalan’s decently reviewed newest movie, is a total piece of shit. It’s a fucking garbage fire of a movie. I won’t be surprised to learn … Continue Reading The Visit: The newest (terrible) film by M. Night Shyamalan
Suicide Squad – Kicked in the Teeth (Volume 1)Written by Adam Glass, Illustrated by Frederico Dallocchio
The total reboot of DC Comics, called the New 52, has produced some solid hits with Birds of Prey, Batwoman, and Catwoman. All 3 titles feature strong female protagonists that … Continue Reading Suicide Squad – Kicked in the Teeth (Volume 1)Written by Adam Glass, Illustrated by Frederico Dallocchio
The original Poltergeist is one of my favorite movies. The 1982 Spielberg* classic (*Tobe Hooper did not direct this movie. I don’t care what the credits or anyone says.) mixes … Continue Reading Poltergeist (2015)
Mockingjay Part 2 closes out the best movie series of this decade, possibly the best this century so far. Series like The Hunger Games don’t come along very often. At … Continue Reading The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
The term “sequel” is usually met with derision in the movie world. However when done well a sequel can not only continue the story laid down in the earlier movie, … Continue Reading Catching Fire
Elite Squad 2 makes sweet love to all other cop movies, and calls them names the whole time.
It’s literally the cinematic equivalent of eating at an Applebee’s and not getting food poising.
One of my primary complaints about Superman Returns was the almost total lack of Superman punching things. Well, in this movie Superman punches everything.
It is my intention to regale you with the delightful story of how I accidentally killed a little part of someone I care about, using nothing but the ancient art of film criticism.
Into Darkness is a mostly enjoyable, action packed, utterly brainless collage of sight, sound, color and glorious stupidity.