Fallout: Season 1 – Review

Season 1 of “Fallout” continues the trend of good video game adaptations we’ve seen recently, with this trying to balance the seriousness of a nuclear apocalypse with the comedy Obsidian Entertainment gave “Fallout: New Vegas.”

Anatomy Of A Fall – Review (with Spoilers)

“Anatomy Of A Fall” will likely become this year’s top mystery movie, with the kind of performances that will likely cause the film and its lead actress to resurge in the zeitgeist when it’s time to dole out accolades.

Totally Killer (2023) – Review and Summary

“Totally Killer,” as its title implies, is a fun horror movie to watch but ultimately is more content to consume than a new movie to put into your annual Halloween rotation.

SaW X (2023) – Review and Summary

“SaW X” brings back John and Amanda and tries to milk them both for every last bit of nostalgia possible while failing to realize the franchise has rightfully moved on from them.

Barber (2023) – Review and Summary

“Barber” has two competing lead storylines, between its lead character’s personal life and case, that conflict and don’t complement each other well.

A Haunting In Venice (2023) – Review

In “A Haunting In Venice,” Hercule Poirot returns and makes it clear that, while the third movie starring the character, there is the potential for a James Bond-level number of movies starring lead and director Kenneth Branagh.

The Nun II (2023) – Review

“The Nun II” reminds you that it isn’t just Disney and the Marvel Cinematic Universe that milks its franchises past its prime – the horror genre has been doing that since its inception.

City On Fire: Character Guide

A character guide for Apple TV+’s “City On Fire,” with character descriptions, quotes, names of actors, and more.

Grey House (2023) – Play Review

Strange, startlingly, but never horrifying, “The Grey House” may have some kinks to work out, but it is a welcome change for premiering shows on Broadway.

The Ghost Within (2023) – Movie Review

Margot Richardson can’t escape nightmarish visions of her facially deformed sister murdered by her father long ago. She desperately struggles to find meaning by returning to her abandoned childhood home.

Disquiet (2023) – Review/ Summary

“Disquiet” gives “Angels of Death” vibes, as we watch a man try to escape a hospital with monsters who all want to kill him and some who may be friends or foes.