Joe Carnahan’s Stretch Is A Gleeful Throwback [Review]

Remember renting movies? Not through your cable box or on iTunes. Legit tossing on sweatpants and going to Blockbuster and walking around for forty-five minutes until you ended up walking out with A Civil Action, The Big Hit, and Universal Soldier because they were all Read More …

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is Stylish but Uneven [Review]

In the second installment of director Robert Rodriguez’s adaptation of Frank Miller’s comics, slick visuals reign as the streamlined glory of the first film is muddied by a jumbled storyline. Its release delayed for nearly a year, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For flickers across the silver Read More …