‘Eye See You’ Review- Stallone’s Forgotten Thriller

‘Eye See You‘ is a 2002 psychological thriller directed by Jim Gillespie and is written by Howard Swindle, who also wrote the novel it is based on ‘Jitter Joint.’ It was originally titled ‘D-Tox‘ before being released in the United States. FBI Agent Jake Malloy (Sylvester Stallone) is seeking a serial killer that only targets…

‘The Little Things’ Review- A Failure To Utilize Denzel

John Lee Hancock writes and directs ‘The Little Things,’ a described neo-noir thriller that was released simultaneously into theaters and on the HBO Max streaming service. Kern County deputy sheriff Joe “Deke” Deacon (Denzel Washington) arrives in Los Angeles to get collect evidence for a case his department is working on. While there, he stumbles…

‘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…

Movie Review Flashback- Kiss The Girls (1997)

Gary Fleder directed Kiss The Girls, a 1997 psychological thriller written by screenwriter David Klass. It is based on the detective novel of the same name by writer James Patterson. Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) is DC Police detective and forensic psychologist who finds out his niece Naomi (Gina Ravera) has been kidnapped by a serial…

Movie Review- The Oxford Murders

‘The Oxford Murders‘ is a 2008 thriller directed by Spanish filmmaker Álex de la Iglesia. It involves a serial killer who leaves mathematical clues for a mathematical theorist to solve the next victim. Martin (Elijah Wood) arrives at Oxford in 1993, renting a room from the aging Mrs. Eagleton (Anna Massey) and her daughter Beth…

Movie Review Flashback- In Dreams

‘In Dreams‘ is a psychological thriller directed by Neil Jordan and is written by Bruce Robinson and Neil Jordan. Amblin Entertainment and Dreamworks Pictures released the film in 1999. Massachusetts illustrator Claire Cooper (Annette Bening) lives with her husband Paul (Aidan Quinn) and daughter Rebecca (Katie Sagona). She starts to have vague psychic visions of…

Movie Review Flashback- Gone

Directed by Heiter Dhalia (Nina, O Cheira do Ralo) brings us Gone. The film is a riveting thriller that keeps you at the edge of your seat the whole way through. It has car chases, a serial killer, a strong woman figure, and everything a suspenseful film needs. The story goes that Jill Conway (Amanda Seyfried) was…