Halloween Review
          The original king of slashers is back! That’s right, John Carpenter’s Michael Myers is back in all his glory, but can Indi/Stoner comedy director David Gordon Green deliver the goods? Halloween opens up at the Smith Grove Mental Institution where mass murderer Michael Myers (James Jude Courtney and Nick Castle) has been held and studied for the past forty years. Since Dr. Loomis’ passing, Michael has been under the care of Dr. Sartain (Haluk Bilginger) who has been trying to continue where Loomis left off.  Where Dr. Loomis tried to destroy the evil, Dr. Sartain attempted to take his study a step further in trying to understand why Michael did what he did all those years ago.  However, time is no longer on his side and the state has decided to transfer Michael to a more secure facility. In a last-ditch effort, Dr. Sartain allowed two crime podcasters to interview Michael.  To try to tempt a response, Dana (Rhain Rees) and Aaron (Jefferson Hall) break out th…
The Nun Review:
Finally, we get the darkest storyline in the Conjurverse.As one of the most terrifying characters in the franchise, Corin Hardy’s The Nun is here to scare the @##$ out of audiences. Are you brave enough to watch? Set in 1950’s Romania at a cloistered Abbey, a young nun commits suicide.Disturbed by her sinful actions, officials at the Vatican enlist Father Burke (Demián Bichir), a specialist in “miracle hunting”, to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding her death and determine if the abbey is still a holy place. To help him with his duties, Vatican officials suggest he seek out novitiate Irene (Taissa Farmiga) as she has had some experience in the area and can assist him.Their first task is to seek out Frenchie (Jonas Bloquet), the man who found the nun, get his side of how he discovered her and then have him take them to the abbey.
When they meet up with Frenchie, and he takes them to the abbey, Burke and Irene begin to look around.They are startled by an …
Mission Impossible: Fallout Review:  
          After two decades of playing Ethan Hunt, Tom Cruise is back in the sixth installment of Mission Impossible: Fallout.  A culmination of the previous films and the best one in the franchise.           Now that Solomon Lane (Sean Harris) has been apprehended and the Syndicate has fallen, the CIA has been on a mission to eradicate all former members of the organization.  This move has spawned a new, more dangerous organization called the “Apostles.”  Their ultimate goal is to set off a nuclear bomb and starve one-third of the world’s population bringing a new world order.            To achieve that goal, the Apostles stole plutonium, partnered up with the mysterious John Lark and a radical scientist to create their weapons of mass destruction.  Enter Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his IMF team Benji (Simon Peg) and Luther (Ving Rhames) to intercept and try to stop their nefarious plans but things didn’t go so well.  The team ended up getti…
Equalizer 2

    For the first time in his career, Denzel Washington has again teamed up with Antoine Fuqua in a return role as Robert McCall in The Equalizer 2.  
When we last saw Robert McCall (Denzel Washington), he was battling the Russian mob in efforts of helping Alina (Chloë Grace Moretz) out of a bad situation.  Now, almost four years later, Robert is still covertly helping people while posing as a Lyft driver.  In the opening scenes, Robert is on a Turkish train trying to stop a kidnapping.  When Robert informs the kidnapper as to why he is traveling to Istanbul, the kidnapper walks to the car door, locks it then gives the signal to his goons to take him out. Robert sees this and clicks his stopwatch. The rest is history.  Next time we see Robert, he is walking into his favorite bookstore and whom does he see sitting behind the counter?  The little girl he rescued.  
Robert goes about his daily life as the unsuspecting Lyft driver picking up and dropping off passengers.  Ever…
Sicario: Day of the Soldado
          2018 is the year of sequels and prequels.  Is Stefano Sollima’s Sicario: Day of the Soldado just as good, if not better than the original dark crime drama or will it fall flat on its face?
           Day of the Soldado starts out with so much going on at the same time that if you don’t pay attention you will be lost for the rest of the movie.  First, there is a lone person who blows himself up while trying to cross the Mexican US border.  Second, three suicide bombers kill people in a Kansas grocery store. Third, a young Miguel (Elijah Rodriguez) is being recruited to ferry immigrants across the border and finally, a covert mission into Somalia to question a known hijacker about recent suspected terrorist activity on the US/Mexican border.  All of these scenarios tie into each other and the one person who can make sense of all this chaos is Matt Graver (Josh Brolin).

          Graver is called to Washington, DC to meet with the Secretary of Defe…
Uncle Drew           Six years ago a simple Pepsi commercial turned into several YouTube shorts and has now blossomed into a full feature film. Charles Stone’s Uncle Drew is this summer’s sleeper breakout comedy.           It’s the 50th anniversary of the Rucker Classic and Dax (Lil Rel Howery), a salesman at FootLocker, has been haunted of childhood and current failures ever since his shot was blocked by the “white boy” Mookie (Nick Kroll).  Determined to regain his self-respect, he sunk his entire savings to enter his team Harlem Money into the Classic for a chance to win $100,000. 00 grand prize.

          Unfortunately, things don’t go as planned.  After giving his star player Casper (Aaron Gordon) and his boys the newest shoe to hit the streets, he loses his team, his girl Jess (Tiffany Haddish) and his home to longtime rival Mookie all in the same day.  To make matters worse, there is a video of him trying to take back the shoes he gave Casper that made it SportsCenter.      …
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom:  J. A. Bayona’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom dinosaurs are fun and entertaining to watch, but that is about it.  Fallen Kingdom begins where Jurassic World left off.  It is now three years later and the surviving clone dinosaurs on Isla Nubla are now threatened with extinction by the now active volcano, Mt. Sibo.  It is only a matter of time before the volcano erupts, destroying the island killing all of the dinosaurs.  Now the debate about whether to save them or let them die is the topic of discussion around the globe.  The debate has even sparked Senate hearings to try to pass legislation to that effect.  On one hand, we see Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) testifying at a hearing that man has meddled in things he should not have and that God killed the dinosaurs for a reason millions of years ago. Let the volcano do its thing.  On the other, Clair Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), the former park operations manager of the Jurassic World theme park, tur…