‘The Postcard Killings’ Review- Weird Twists

Danis Tanovic directs ‘The Postcard Killings,’ a psychological thriller that was based on the novel of the same name by author James Patterson and Liza Marklund. There are some minor spoilers, but I avoid any big ones. NYPD detective Jacob (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and his ex-wife Valerie Kanon (Famke Janssen) loses their daughter and son-in-law…

‘The Show’ Review- A Sharp Look At Reality Shows

Originally titled ‘This Is Your Death,’ Grindstone Entertainment Group brings us ‘The Show,’ a horrifying satire on reality television and how it impacts the culture. Adam Rogers (Josh Duhamel) is the host of a show similar to The Bachelor, but things go wrong when the rejected female contestants shoots the would-be groom and then herself.…

Movie Review Flashback- The Wolverine

Director James Mangold brought us The Wolverine in 2013. It is the X-Men film that we all wanted and deserved. Marvel Comics and 20th Century Fox delivered the second. Even though it is not a direct sequel, it follows X-Men: First Class. After the death of Jean Gray (Famke Janssen) in X-Men: The Last Stand,…

Movie Review Flashback- X-Men: The Last Stand

After Bryan Singer jumped ship to Warner Bros. to direct the terrible Superman Return, Brett Ratner was chosen to direct 2006’s X-Men: The Last Stand for 20th Century Fox. It attempted to bring in the villainous alter-ego of Jean Grey known as the Dark Phoenix to the big screen. Still reeling from the supposed death…