Man of Steel Review

By: Kevin T. Keeling First, I just want to say that watching a movie in the same room as the actors who starred in is a very surreal experience. It is hard to explain, but it almost feel invasive and voyeuristic. (I got to attend the World Premiere for Man Read more…

Days of Heaven – Retro Review

By:¬†Anthony Zangrillo The most tragic part about director Terrence Malick’s Days of Heaven (1978) is that there is no clear antagonist, no villainous figure to blame for the crushed hopes and broken hearts. Each character of the unstable love triangle at the film’s core is portrayed with conviction and emotional Read more…

Torchwood: Miracle Day Review

By: Kevin T. Keeling Torchwood: Miracle Day’ feels really distant from the first few seasons; the first few seasons had episode long arcs or a two episode stretch, but this season plays out in more of an American drama fashion. That’s not to say that’s a bad thing; most of Read more…