A Quiet Place Part 2 Review: Silence is Still Golden in this Thrilling Sequel

In 2018 the horror world found a new player in the form of A Quiet Place. The film by John Krasinski was a dynamic one as its gripping atmosphere was only matched by its keen sense of character. The film was a commercial success, both financially and critically, and it did not take long for […]

Spiral Review: A Puzzling Chapter From the Book of Saw

In the realm of horror many series have come to define the genre. In the early 2000’s one such franchise was that of Saw which brought the concept of gruesome torture to the big screen. Saw became a major franchise with nine films to its name. The previous entry, Jigsaw, was meant to be a […]

Army of the Dead Review: A Stylish and Thrilling Zombie Flick!

When it comes to notable filmmakers few tend to have the notoriety then that of Zack Snyder. Snyder has created an array of films over the years, most of them centering on comic books, and whether you like or dislike his work there is denying that Zack’s work gets attention. Yet before uniting the league […]

The Mitchells vs. the Machines Review: A Dysfunctional and Connective Experience!

In the world of animation, the likes of Disney and Illumination have dominated the genre in recent years, but that is not to say that other studios have not prevalent in the animated scene. One such studio is none other than Sony Pictures Animation. The animated studio has come a long way since its 2006 […]

Mortal Kombat Review: A Faithful and Brutal Reboot!

When it comes to fighting games, two series have defined the video game genre. The first is none other than Street Fighter while the other is the gruesome yet extravagant Mortal Kombat. Since 1992 Mortal Kombat has captured the enjoyment of many gamers, and the series has branch into other mediums such as comics and […]

Demon Slayer Mugen Train Review: Anime Film is A Bold Ride!

The world of anime has seen a major uptake when it comes to the big screen. From iconic series like Dragon Ball to new players like My Hero Academia, several anime films have found surprising success in the world of movies. The latest series to take center stage is a newcomer to both anime and […]

Cinematic Adventures: The Extreme Origin of One James Howlett

The following video was released in 2013. Before the release of The Wolverine, Timdiana decided to take a look at what’s been considered the worse film in the X-Men franchise: X-Men Origins Wolverine. Will the Film Adventurer need a healing factor to endure this one? Find out on Cinematic Adventures. Note: The video was ripped […]

Godzilla vs. Kong Review: A Monster of a Spectacle!

In 2014 a legend returned from the depths. The colossal icon Godzilla came back to the big screen in a new blockbuster from Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures. While the film played homage to the kaiju it also became the focal point to a new cinematic universe known as the Monsterverse. This continuity would not […]

Nobody Review: Twisted, Brutal and Simply a Blast!

When thinking of action heroes, the likes of Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger always come to mind. A name that does not strike this moniker is actor and comedian Bob Odenkirk. Among his versatile resume, Odenkirk’s most notable role is on the hit television series Breaking Bad as well as its the series spin-off Better […]

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