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About a month after the great Cheeto was inaugurated into the presidency earlier this year, Director Jordan Peele seemingly provided the clapback every marginalized person of color wished to express in defiance of Trump’s divisive rhetoric and wildly unsurprising idiocy. Something that was surprising, however, was how well Get Out explained to everyone just how… Read More

The year is TWENTY TWENTYFOUR. And this not so distant future is very dangerous. The world hangs in the balance. Twelve large multinationals form an alliance. In secret they build twelve bunkers to house the fortunate remnant chosen to go underground and escape the destruction of the world. But until we get to the apocalyptic… Read More

This is a mystery/thriller type film that frustrated me for about 80% of the film’s 2-hour length as I tried to piece together what definitely was a rather disjointed story. I knew the film was based on a very successful book ‘The Girl on the Train’ written by Paula Hawkins and set in cold bleak England… Read More

Sully is a film about what is known as ‘the miracle on the Hudson’. I was asked by a flying buff how could a film be made about a 208 second flight that ended up with the plane landing on the Hudson river, after all we had all seen the video of this many times… Read More

Don’t Breathe is putting audiences on the edge of their seats all around the world. It is a bloody, nerve-racking thrill ride that had me breathless from start to finish.   Two desperate housebreakers partner with a college freshman whose dad’s position with a home security company helps to open a lot of doors. They… Read More

Shark movies are one of those populations-scarers having the misfortune of peaking too early. Nary a good one has been made, and everyone’s kinda given up since Jaws did it better four decades ago – all too eagerly passing the hot potato for Sharknado to satirise a mildy-amusing monstrosity. The mistake made by most is… Read More

Four coast guards have been sent out on a perilous journey in the middle of a Winter storm with 100km/h winds whipping about them. All the while, 33 men aboard the SS Pendleton (one of the shattered oil tankers) are doing all they can to stay afloat. One question has flooded their minds: Is anyone… Read More

Joey Reviews takes a look at Sleepy Hollow, an 1999 film directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp.

This review is courtesy of Samuel Williams from https://kindlyflickoff.wordpress.com/ The horror genre has really gone down the s-bend in the last decade or so. Some blame inexplicable popularity of ‘found footage’ movies, others blame the greedy studios who would reboot Birth of a Nation if they could spin a profit, a few blame the filmgoing public… Read More