HUMMEL Review: No Sudden Move (2021)

I’m starting to find Steven Soderbergh to be a frustrating director. I don’t mean that he’s bad. If anything, he’s one of our most interesting living personalities currently working within the studio system. I just mean that I’m finding his output more tedious than usual. For every Oceans Eleven, Contagion or Logan Lucky, he seemsContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: No Sudden Move (2021)”

HUMMEL Review: Nobody (2021)

I’ve wondered for a while now which of the two John Wick directors would go on to have a more productive career: Chad Stahelsku or David Leitch. Both men collaborated on the first John Wick film after a long career working as stunt coordinators on dozens of blockbusters including The Crow, The Matrix, 300, CaptainContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: Nobody (2021)”

HUMMEL Review: A Quiet Place – Part II

John Krasinski really broke out into the mainstream in an major way in 2018 with his directorial debut A Quiet Place. While not necessarily the most original or logical film in the world, it was one heck of a display of his dramatic bonafides that immediately raised him to a place of distinction among aContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: A Quiet Place – Part II”

AIREY – ‘Soldier’ Retrospective: The Forgotten ‘Blade Runner’ Successor

Very few science fiction movies have brought about more debate than the 1982 Ridley Scott film Blade Runner. The feature would inspire a 2017 sequel Blade Runner 2049 produced by Scott and directed by Denis Villeneuve.  However, there is one overlooked flick that is considered a “spiritual successor” of sorts to Blade Runner. It wasContinue reading “AIREY – ‘Soldier’ Retrospective: The Forgotten ‘Blade Runner’ Successor”

HUMMEL Review: Alone (2020)

For some reason, there have been a lot of lo-fi indie thrillers in the past year using the premise of “woman stalked by aggressive man”. Russell Crowe’s Unhinged was the big, dumb Hollywood version of this story and played up its scenario as a trashier version of the Joker premise where the aggrieved man isContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: Alone (2020)”

HUMMEL Review: The Marksman (2021)

I’m starting to question what the purpose of Liam Neeson movies is at this point. How many times can one actor make crappy ripoffs of one successful action movie and still remain a popular actor? Evidently the answer is ALOT. Take 2, Taken 3, Unknown, Non-Stop, Run All Night, The Commuter, Cold Pursuit, Honest ThiefContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: The Marksman (2021)”

DailyWire Releases Trailer for it’s First Film Distribution: “Run Hide Fight”

As part of their recent attempt to expand their business model, the conservative news outlet The DailyWire announced today that their first film that they will be distribution will be released on January 15th to their subscribers, following a premiere livestream on January 14th. According to the website’s own announcement: “The Daily Wire announced MondayContinue reading “DailyWire Releases Trailer for it’s First Film Distribution: “Run Hide Fight””

Movie Review: Let Him Go (2020)

I can’t help but respect Kevin Costner’s late career transition in comparison to some of the other actors of his generation. Whereas actors like Harrison Ford or Liam Neeson have retreated into excessive sequelizing or selling out, Costner’s late period work has been suitably appropriate for him. While he isn’t working in massive Hollywood filmsContinue reading “Movie Review: Let Him Go (2020)”