Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

Release: Friday, October 30, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Christopher Landon; Carrie Evans; Emi Mochizuki Directed by: Christopher Landon Where will you be when the apocalypse happens? With any luck, within reach of your trusty Swiss Army Knife! Yes, I saw this film and yes I chose to watch it in a theater. Now that you're doubting my credibility, I'll … Continue reading Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

Some Kind of Hate

Release: Friday, September 18, 2015 (limited) [Vimeo] Written by: Adam Egypt Mortimer; Brian DeLeeuw Directed by: Adam Egypt Mortimer This review is my fifth contribution to Mr. Rumsey's Film Related Musings. A big thanks to James for hooking this one up! Adam Egypt Mortimer takes a stand against bullying in his feature film debut. The irony is he … Continue reading Some Kind of Hate

Windsor Drive

Release: Friday, August 28, 2015 (limited) [Vimeo] Written by: T.R. Gough Directed by: Natalie Bible' This review happens to be my fourth contribution to Mr. Rumsey's Film Related Musings. I'd like to thank James for giving me the chance to check this one out! While there are some momentary glimpses of inventive horror film-making, there's little doubt the short … Continue reading Windsor Drive

Clinger

Release: Friday, October 23, 2015 (limited) [Vimeo] Written by: Michael Steves, Gabi Chennisi, Bubba Fish Directed by: Michael Steves This review is my third contribution to Mr. Rumsey's Film Related Musings. I'd like to thank James for providing me the opportunity to take a look at this film. Clinger tells a story about an obsessive young man who, after losing his life in … Continue reading Clinger

The Walk

Release: Friday, October 9, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Robert Zemeckis; Christopher Browne Directed by: Robert Zemeckis In this episode of Remarkable Feats of Human Spectacle and/or Idiocy, Joseph Gordon Levitt balances on a one-inch thick steel cable rigged between the newly-constructed towers of the World Trade Center, looming steel giants that would go on to cast infinite shadows across Lower Manhattan … Continue reading The Walk

Pan

Release: Friday, October 9, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Jason Fuchs Directed by: Joe Wright We're off to Never, Neverland, but unfortunately not quite like in Metallica's 'Enter Sandman.' No, Joe Wright's reboot of a Disney classic is a lot more subdued. This spirited adventure is, at best, an acoustic interpretation of that song and, come to think of it, … Continue reading Pan

Self/less

Release: Friday, July 10, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Àlex and David Pastor Directed by: Tarsem Singh A talented cast can't save Self/less from selfishly wasting its potential on a narrative utterly disinterested in entertaining. Ben Kingsley is Damian Hale, a billionaire with an atrocious accent slowly succumbing to cancer. He knows of a super-duper top-secret experiment where people (presumably only those … Continue reading Self/less

Jurassic World

Release: Friday, June 12, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Colin Trevorrow; Rick Jaffa; Amanda Silver; Derek Connolly Directed by: Colin Trevorrow This movie makes me nostalgic for the days of Jurassic Park III and The Lost World. Jurassic World has nothing new to offer, and is more comfortable hugging close to its parent than wandering off on its own and … Continue reading Jurassic World

Get Hard

Release: Friday, March 27, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Etan Cohen; Jay Martel; Ian Roberts Directed by: Etan Cohen It speaks to the talents of Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart that Get Hard gets funny at all. This is easily one of the most racist and homophobic movies I've ever had the displeasure of reviewing. I'd like to clear … Continue reading Get Hard