TIFF 2022: Project Wolf Hunting

★★★★ Absolutely bonkers from start to finish, Project Wolf Hunting is a Korean action horror flick with major bite. The less one knows going in the better, as the film is chock full of gasp-worthy surprises. Think: last year’s horrifically nasty The Sadness, but on a massive boat. While this one certainly wasn’t too high … Continue reading TIFF 2022: Project Wolf Hunting

Film Review: Day Shift

★★★★ Horror comedy, when executed correctly, is one of my favorite windows through which to experience genre filmmaking. Day Shift discovers a perfect tonal mix between campy comedy fun, vampy horror violence, and thrilling action, emerging as one of my favorite Netflix productions of the year. Jamie Foxx (Django Unchained, Baby Driver) fills the lead … Continue reading Film Review: Day Shift

TV Review: Resident Evil

Depending on one’s familiarity with the Resident Evil franchise—which now includes bestselling games across countless systems and nearly a dozen films both animated and live action—the mere announcement of a Netflix series based on the brand could be cause for both celebration and confusion. Where would this newest iteration fit within the framework of the … Continue reading TV Review: Resident Evil

Film Review: Spiderhead

★★★★ From writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese (Deadpool, Zombieland) and director Joseph Kosinski (TRON: Legacy, Top Gun: Maverick) comes sci-fi thriller Spiderhead. The film is an irresistible treat that plays up its pulpy mystery and psychological thriller elements; by the time Spiderhead starts up the 80s needle drops, I was in love. Miles Teller … Continue reading Film Review: Spiderhead

Film Review: Jurassic World: Dominion

★★★★ Jurassic World: Dominion is the series cranked up to full Resident Evil mode—post-apocalypse, dark secret laboratories, mutant monsters, and all. If Dominion lacks the dino-crunching bite and ferocious horror of previous entries, it makes up for it with propulsive action and a tidy bow of closure for our central characters. Ultimately, this is a … Continue reading Film Review: Jurassic World: Dominion