I feel like MIB must be the inverse of Indiana Jones: the odd movies of Indiana Jones are the typical fan favorites and the even ones are left for people who like being different or argumentative.
Eric takes a look at the new Hellboy film and isn’t as happy as he was with the original two films…
Eric returns with his thoughts on the highly anticipated Captain Marvel.
In October, I wrote about the horror of dismantling source material with Interview with the Vampire. The film had its problems, but I’d be hard pressed to say it is unwatchable. Especially when you compare it with another movie in the Vampire Chronicles, Queen of the Damned. The crown for the worst movie I’ve watched this year belongs to the Queen.
As we enter into October, I’m sure one of us here (not me) will be reviewing the latest horror phenomena on the screen. Before we do that though, I’d like to take you through a real horror; the dismantling of source material.
Full disclosure: I have not seen nor did I intend to see Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom…it looks bad. My first thought when I saw the teaser trailer was, “What is something new and invigorating they could bring into this franchise?” The answer is nothing.
(Welcome to “Bickering with Brockett,” where Eric gives his thoughts on the world of film. Today he’s diving into the Star Wars franchise as a whole.)