Review: THE CONJURING 3 Summons Refreshing But Anticlimactic Entry

(L-r) VERA FARMIGA as Lorraine Warren and PATRICK WILSON as Ed Warren in New Line Cinema’s horror film “THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It proves Ed and Lorraine Warren can make up for an uneven new chapter in this universe. The eighth entry in The Conjuring Universe decently abandons the haunted house formula but forgets to build on any characters that aren’t our paranormal investigators. Lacking the earned scares the previous… Continue reading Review: THE CONJURING 3 Summons Refreshing But Anticlimactic Entry

Review: SKIN Goes Below The Surface Of Racism

Although it shares the same name and shares a cast member, Guy Nattiv’s English-language debut feature Skin is very different from his 2018 Oscar-winning short. That said, Nattiv still uses this film to provide effective and thought-provoking commentary on the state of race relations in America. This movie is about a man who was raised… Continue reading Review: SKIN Goes Below The Surface Of Racism

Review: ANNABELLE COMES HOME Should Have Stayed Locked Away

(L-R) MADISON ISEMAN as Mary Ellen, KATIE SARIFE as Daniela, the Annabelle doll and MCKENNA GRACE as Judy Warren in New Line Cinema’s horror film “ANNABELLE COMES HOME,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo Credit: Justin Lubin

Annabelle Comes Home, the seventh film in the massively popular Conjuring universe and the third focusing on the eponymous creepy doll, hits theaters this week hoping to scare fans yet again. Unfortunately, the series seems to be continuing on its downward trend, as the movie is unable to live up to its tremendous potential. In… Continue reading Review: ANNABELLE COMES HOME Should Have Stayed Locked Away

Review: BURN YOUR MAPS Gets Lost On Its Journey

Burn Your Maps, co-written and directed by Jordan Roberts, is finally making its way to U.S. screens after making its debut on the festival circuit in 2016. It stars Vera Farmiga and Jacob Tremblay as a family whose life is thrown for a loop when the son begins to believe that he is a Mongolian… Continue reading Review: BURN YOUR MAPS Gets Lost On Its Journey