Author: Josiah Howard

Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman

The trailer for Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman is deceiving: this is definitely not a black/white buddy comedy. Ripped from the headlines, BlacKkKlansman is instead, a...

Alfred Hitchcock’s THE BIRDS

Okay, I’ll admit it: The Birds never scared me—not even as a child. Still, on the 55th anniversary of the picture’s release, Alfred Hitchcock’s...

Skyscraper

A melding of The Towering Inferno and Die Hard, Skyscraper is an actioner right for the times. Dwayne Johnson is Will Sawyer, a former...

PSYCHO II

On the 35th anniversary of the film’s release, it’s time to Give Psycho II it’s proper due. Hitting movie houses a full twenty-two years...

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Fans of the Jurassic Park franchise won’t be disappointed by this latest instalment but they might not be thrilled by it either. There’s a...

A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place is one of those films that reminds you that there are still many good horror films to be made. Place it...

CRIMEWATCH: Death Wish

Strange the outrage that has accompanied the release of Bruce Willis’ 2018 update of 1974’s Death Wish. The original starred Charles Bronson, an engaging...

CRIMEWATCH: The Don is Dead

Under the radar but blessed with an A-list cast as well as behind-the-scenes creative personnel, The Don is Dead is a mafia story heavily...

Edi

“It’s Christmas when you want it to be.” There’s no question that Hollywood is responsible for the most visible, economically successful and popular films....