‘Dreamer’ Review: Even in the Darkest Moments, There’s Hope

Dreamer is more than a movie that examines a sad, real life event, it’s an exploration of the human condition and how we hold onto hope.

‘Made For Each Other’ On The Hallmark Channel Movie Review

#MadeForEachOther was pure corny cheesy joy and we loved it for that. Read the review –

‘Your Place or Mine’ Review: Good…But it Could be Better

Your Place or Mine is here! We were looking forward to this movie and, even though we liked it, we thought it could have been much better.

Movie Review: ‘Love in Glacier National: A National Park Romance’

We wanted to love the latest Hallmark movie, but the truth is #LoveInGlacierNational, but we’re hung up on one thing – which made this movie a pass for us.

‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’ Review: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

One word that fully encompasses Teen Wolf: The Movie: underwhelming. Read our review of the good, the bad, and the ugly from the film.

‘The Fabelmans’ Review: One of the Year’s Best

Steven Spielberg is a director who is matched by few others in terms of commercial and critical reception. If any filmmaker has built up collateral for interest in a dramatization of his life, it’s him. That’s what The Fabelmans is…

Hallmark ‘Countdown to Christmas’ Review: “The Most Colorful Time of the Year”

I have wanted to love every single movie this year, but I knew that there had already been a few that I hadn’t liked… so another one was coming. And I wanted to like The Most Colorful Time of the…

‘Enola Holmes 2’ Review: “Go Big, Go Holmes!”

Enola Holmes 2 has already arrived on our screens! The movie far surpasses the first part and improves it in every way. We review!

Movie Review: Passionflix’s ‘Torn’ Makes Us Want to Read the Books

Passionflix film ‘Torn’ is the perfect one to add to your watchlist if you’re looking for a little romance with your Halloween.

Movie Review: ‘My Policeman’ Reminds Us It’s Never Too Late To Start Over

One of the things we love about the Fall is getting those comfort films that we just want to watch while snuggled under a nice toasty blanket. After watching My Policeman starring Harry Styles, David Dawson, and Emma Corrin we…

Movie Review: ‘The Loneliest Boy in the World’ Is A Quirky Film About Family    

This week Screamfest has been going on and we had the chance to screen Martin Owens film The Loneliest Boy in the World.

Movie Review: ‘Follow Her’ Is A Psychological Thriller That Keeps You Guessing

Just in time for spooky season, Follow Her delivers the perfect dose of psychological horror. We review it HERE.

Movie Review: “Significant Other” is the Perfect Film for Halloween

Spooky season is on fire! You know that we love horror genre and the odd portion of scares, so today we will talk about Significant Other.

‘Hocus Pocus 2’ Review: Wanted To Hate It…Loved It

Hocus Pocus 2 is everything the original 1993 movie was — and then some. Which, frankly, is rude. On a lot of levels.

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Movie Review: A Timely Psychological Thriller

Don’t Worry Darling directed by Olivia Wilde is finally out and we can honestly say it was a really good film. Despite the non-stop news cycle of behind-the-scenes drama, it did not keep viewers from heading to the theatre. We’re…

‘The Woman King’ Movie Review: An Epic Historical Piece

While sitting in the theater watching The Woman King, I found myself in awe that it took seven years for a film like this to be seen.

‘Gigi And Nate’ Movie Review: A Film That Reminds Us About Hope

Once in a while a movie comes along that both warms and breaks your heart all at the same time. That’s how we feel about Gigi and Nate.

‘The Invitation’ Movie Review: The Vampire Film We’ve Been Waiting For

Have you ever watched a film that was so enjoyable that in the midst of watching it you’re already thinking about watching it all over again? That was us when we watched The Invitation directed by Jessica M. Thompson. As…

‘Orphan: First Kill’ Movie Review: A Twisted Prequel

Orphan: First Kill, the prequel to Orphan, is out now. And it was quite a twisted installment in this creepy film franchise.

’13: The Musical’ Review: A Pleasant Surprise

Netflix’s 13: The Musical features a young cast that is utterly stacked with talent. And, at its heart, the movie has some touching takeaways

‘Thirteen Lives’ Review: Real and Rousing

Real-life stories don’t get more tense than ‘Thirteen Lives.’ Or more uplifting. And director Ron Howard delivers it all.