Ant-Man and The Wasp
Action

Ant-Man and The Wasp

It would appear that this week is going to be endless disappointment when it comes to movies. I was a huge fan of Ant-Man, it was, arguably, one of the better Marvel films and it […]

Horror

Halloween (1978)

I’ve slowly been coming around to the horror genre, but I’ve never been a huge horror fan. A turning point for me recently was sitting down to watch It (1990) followed by a trip to […]

Pumpkin Pie Wars
Movies

Pumpkin Pie Wars

Pumpkin Pie Wars aired in Canada after the Love in Design premiere. I had not seen it and, given my love of romcoms and the fact that it was also directed by Steven Monroe, I […]

Leave No Trace
Drama

Leave No Trace

It was Saturday night and my wife said, “You pick the movie.” Leave No Trace had been on my list for a while, so it was either that or Eighth Grade. Upfront, I’ll say that […]

Love at Sea
Movies

Love at Sea

Let the week of Hallmark movies continue! This time I watched Love at Sea starring Alexa and Carlos PenaVega. Alexa is probably still best known for Spy Kids and Carlos for Big Time Rush, my […]

Love in Design
Movies

Love in Design

My wife is out of town, which means one thing: RomComs! As a huge fan of the genre – a genre that my wife hates – I was happy that I saw Danica McKellar’s tweet […]

Fantasy

The Monster Squad

Somehow, I missed this movie growing up. I tweeted out during the first half of the film that I suspected my parents were just keeping me away from a bad movie. The film is only […]

Cooties
Horror

Cooties

When Cooties first came out, back in 2015, I put it on my wishlist. Comedy Horror is a genre that I’ve always enjoyed, even when I’ve disliked pure Horror films, so this seemed to fit […]

Horror

Revenge

Revenge is, in the words of the director, Coralie Fargeat, “the story of the sloughing of a woman.” It is a dark, visceral movie described on Wikipedia as a “rape and revenge action horror film.” While […]

Movies

Ride

A lazy Sunday afternoon and an empty apartment, what could be better than a thriller centred around a technology I frequently use. Jeremy Ungar’s Ride brings to light, in one of the worst ways possible, […]