Rebekah Black and I saw It Comes at Night last night and it left us wildly depressed…in a good way. Is that possible? Listen to the podcast to hear our thoughts about the latest from Texas filmmaker Trey Edward Shults (read more about him HERE). We also have a spirited discussion about Wonder Woman and whether or not women HAVE to like it…because Rebekah Black DIDN’T! Continue reading →
I couldn’t get to the Gifted screening this week, despite my admittedly-embarrassing love for Chris Evans. Sorry, but I’m a busy Mom and sometimes sh*t happens, which is why I’m grateful for my movie-buddy Rebekah Black. She was able to see Gifted and write a review for me, though she clearly expected it to suck. Continue reading →
I saw Trainspotting 2 with Rebekah Black and Adelfa Cardenas last night but ONE OF US hadn’t seen the original! Did it affect how she felt about the new one? Is Trainspotting 2 a worthy follow-up or should you save your money? Should you go JUST to see more of what’s pictured above? Listen to the podcast to find out, then buy tickets to see Trainspotting 2 by clicking HERE.
Man, I have been an emotional wreck since I saw Logan. I’ve even been DREAMING about it! So, does Logan live up to the hype? Will Hugh Jackman be proud of his last Wolverine performance? Listen to my podcast with Rebekah Black to find out. Logan won’t hit theaters until March 3rd but you can buy pre-sale tickets to see it now. I’m also proud to say that this review contains NO SPOILERS, which is shocking because Rebekah LOVES to give away the ending!
You can’t listen to this podcast at work. You probably shouldn’t even listen to it at home, unless you have headphones. If that’s the case, make sure you turn them down REALLY LOW.
See, I went to a Fifty Shades Darker screening with some girlfriends last night, then we got drinks and talked about it. There are no filters to this conversation. It’s simply drunk women talking loads of trash, and then eventually reviewing Fifty Shades Darker. You’ve been warned. Continue reading →
I FINALLY got to see Doctor Strange with my daughter Emma, and my other favorite movie buddy, Rebekah Black. Does it live up to the hype? Is it worth the extra cash to see it in IMAX 3-D? Is there a reason I keep saying “I GOTTA SAY?” Listen to our Doctor Strange podcast to find out! And remember to subscribe to the website so you’ll always know when I’m giving away free movie passes.
Rebekah Black and I saw The Accountant last night and had pretty extreme reactions to it. In fact, one of us even started yelling at the movie screen during the film. Here is our review and I’m proud to say that it’s 100% Spoiler Free. Well, at least no one behind us feel asleep and snored through it, like The Girl on the Train last week. Enjoy!
And because we talked about it so much, here’s the trailer for John Wick: Chapter 2. (SQUEEE!)
I got to see Suicide Squad with Rebekah Black and guest-critic, Tim Vasquez last night. Sooo, was it any good? Did it live up to that phenomenal trailer? Was Jared Leto a decent Joker? More importantly, did it wash the taste of the Godawful Batman v Superman out of our mouths? Listen to the podcast to find out, and while you’re here, don’t forget to snag some free movie passes!
We finally watched the movie I was most excited about seeing this year, The Conjuring 2. Was it everything I’d hoped it would be? Does it live up to the first movie? Was I screaming so much that someone thought I needed assistance? Listen to find out! I will say I was most disturbed by the picture below, which Michael Hatch showed me right after the movie. It’s supposedly a real photo of the little boy who haunted the Amityville House. It’s also why I only got about 2 hours of sleep last night.