PREMATURE EVALUATIONS

While not yet classics, these are current films that I’ve reviewed.






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Gobsmacked and stricken mute. That’s how the audience I shared the latest Darren Aronofsky film with was as the end credits rolled. Having just experienced a piece of art like that, I’m not really surprised. A beautifully filmed story that leaves itself open to interpretation, it will leave you shaken […]

PREMATURE EVALUATIONS: mother! 2017 dir. Darren Aronofsky


Comedy sequels rarely work. Sports comedy sequels even more rarely. So when it was announced that Jay Baruchel would be directing the sequel to one of my favorite comedies from the last 5 years, GOON, I was torn. Yes, we’d have more Doug “The Thug” Glatt and crew, but was […]

PREMATURE EVALUATIONS: GOON: LAST OF THE ENFORCERS 2017 dir. Jay ...


Note to self: When moving across country, it probably isn’t the wisest to decide on covering a film festival. Here we are, almost a month later, and I still need to share what I thought about the lovely Fantasia Film Festival. I wasn’t able to cover nearly enough films due […]

Fantasia Festival Round Up




As humans, we are all individuals striking out in our own directions, but deep down, we all have the same basic needs for survival. Abraham Maslow defined these things as the hierarchy of needs, and when things steer us away from our chosen destination, this hierarchy has a tendency to […]

FANTASIA FILM FEST REVIEW: SEQUENCE BREAK




One theme that I keep seeing pop up throughout media is a person having to make a choice that is antithetical to their core beliefs in order to help out or even save a loved one. We see this in dramas on television such as Breaking Bad, even comedies like […]

PREMATURE EVALUATIONS: AARON’S BLOOD 2017 dir. Tommy Stovall