The Cloverfield Paradox

In 2008, a giant monster movie called “Cloverfield,” became an unexpected critical and box office success. After eight years of hectic development for the producers  including J.J, Abrams, to come up with a possible follow up, a stand-alone installment called, “10 Cloverfield Lane.” Like it’s predecessor, the second entry was also a critical and box […]

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To make a movie involving the found footage genre, it must be incredibly difficult to replicate the success the genre once did for The Blair Witch Project, Cloverfield & the Paranormal Activity series. One movie underwhelming attempted to experiment with found footage using only a Skype camera, is a movie called Unfriended. Unfriended was released […]

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Showrunner, J.J. Abrams (Lost, Star Trek, Super 8, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) visited Japan to promote Mission Impossible III with his children. One day, he and his children went to a toy store featuring Godzilla action figures. After purchasing his kids some toys, J.J. decided to come up with his own giant monster movie, […]

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In The 1970’s, Marvel Comics introduced a new variety of unique superheroes including, Wolverine, The Punisher, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Ghost Rider and the one who I’m gonna talk about the most in today’s review is none other than Eric Brooks, A.K.A. The Daywalker himself, Blade. Introduced in a comic book series called “The Tomb […]

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Today’s review is a movie based on true events, which is about a detective who’s assigned with a case involving an abused young woman linked to a mysterious satanic cult. What I’m talking about, is the plot of a mystery crime film called, “Regression.” Regression was released in 2015 on selected limited theaters, without a […]

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