Housing Complex C (from Adult Swim)

A bit predictable, but maybe that’s from seeing a lot of Anime in my life. Beautifully (and frightfully) animated from top notch studio Project I. G. (They do most of the Ghost in the Shell stuff), “Housing Complex C” tells the tale of an apartment complex where several seniors and a few families reside. There’s a girl named Kimi, who lives with her mother. All … Continue reading Housing Complex C (from Adult Swim)

Sorry We Missed You review

Phew, what a hard hitting film this is! Showing the everyday struggles of any lower middle class family living in today’s world. We meet the father who is landing what sounds like a dream job being a delivery driver. The boss makes it sound like he’ll be his own sort of private contractor (where in reality, he’s working for the delivery company and gets pushed … Continue reading Sorry We Missed You review

The Batman (2022) review

Wow, what can I say about Matt Reeves’ take on The Batman? After nearly a decade of Snyder & Affleck nearly ruining cinematic Bat adventures for me (seriously, Batman using MACHINE GUNS and KILLING PEOPLE?! I mean, could you miss the point of the character’s backstory anymore? Especially when so heavily relying on the “Martha” reference to tie your “Snyderverse” together?) Ok, enough of my ranting … Continue reading The Batman (2022) review

Jeremy’s review of “Master” (2022)

I went into “Master” with high hopes. I had seen some good press on it, great reviews, and it just seemed liked it was going to be the horror movie of the year. Boy, was I wrong. “Master” (we’ll get back to that thinly veiled bit of foreshadowing in a minute) tells the story of an elite college in the New England area that is … Continue reading Jeremy’s review of “Master” (2022)

Jeremy’s Recent Movie Reviews

YES GOD YES When I first started watching Karen Marie’s “Yes God Yes”, I honestly wasn’t sure what to expect. A friend on Twitter (@filmgal) had recommended it, and she and I seem to have pretty similar tastes in cinema. Well, I have to say, I was not let down! Yes God Yes is a fantastic examination of the Catholic Church and some of the … Continue reading Jeremy’s Recent Movie Reviews

“The Power of the Dog” review

Phew, what a heavy ride this film is! This is not by any means a “feel good” film. It’s a rough, take no prisoners, assault on the emotions. Not just for one character either. Basically every lead character has a defining arc of pain and loss throughout the entire film. Speaking of characters, what an incredible cast Jane Campion has assembled! Benedict Cumberbatch (Phil) and … Continue reading “The Power of the Dog” review