‘The Bay’ Review 1

‘The Bay’ Review

Release Date: November 2, 2012 (Limited)
Current Showing via OnDemand Platforms
Director: Barry Levinson
MPAA Rating: R
Film Pulse Score: 1/10

The Bay’s subtitle should be When Good Directors Go Bad.  Barry Levinson’s name

‘Wreck-It Ralph’ Review 7/10

‘Wreck-It Ralph’ Review

Release Date:   November 2nd, 2012
Director:   Rich Moore
MPAA Rating:   PG
FilmPulse Score:   7/10

Almost immediately after the first clips and teasers for Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph began making their way across the internet, people wondered aloud

‘The Man with the Iron Fists’ Review 5.5/10

‘The Man with the Iron Fists’ Review

Release Date: November 2, 2012
Director: RZA
MPAA Rating: R
Film Pulse Score: 5.5/10

For those of you like myself who grew up idolizing the bad-assness of RZA and the Wu-Tang Clan, the announcement of

‘Sinister’ Review 7/10

‘Sinister’ Review

Release Date: October 12, 2012
Director: Scott Derrickson
MPAA Rating: R
Film Pulse Score:  7/10

I knew while watching this film that it would be difficult to write a review that does not give anything

ARGO Review 8

ARGO Review

Argo, the new Ben Affleck directed flick, is just as powerful and just as amazing as his previous efforts with The Town, and Gone Baby Gone. A film about courage and bravery, Argo manages to pull at heartstrings, cause you to sit forward in your seat, and gasp with excitement. Bottom line, Argo’s got it all.

‘Pusher’ (2012) Review 4.5/10

‘Pusher’ (2012) Review

Release Date: October 26, 2012 (Limited)
Current Showing via OnDemand Platforms
Director: Luis Prieto
MPAA Rating:  R
Film Pulse Score: 4.5/10

For some reason, some truly phenomenal films are remade not long after their releases,

SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS Review 9.5

SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS Review

When Martin McDonagh burst onto the scene four years ago with the incredibly funny – but almost gleefully offensive – In Bruges, it gave him almost immediate credibility as both a writer and director. In Bruges, in addition to giving people a reason to like Colin Farrell again, was a shot in the arm to the art of comedic filmmaking, and garnered McDonagh’s screenplay a well-deserved Oscar nomination.

‘Frankenweenie’ Review 7/10

‘Frankenweenie’ Review

Release Date:   October 5th, 2012
MPAA Rating:   PG
Director:   Tim Burton
FilmPulse Score:   7/10

Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie first appeared in 1984 as a short film with Shelley Duvall, Daniel Stern and Barret Oliver (otherwise known

‘Wuthering Heights’ Review 6.5/10

‘Wuthering Heights’ Review

Release Date:   October 5th, 2012 (Limited)
MPAA Rating:   Unrated
Director:   Andrea Arnold
FilmPulse Score:   6.5/10

It seems like every so often cinema has to make a series film adaptations based on classic literature. It’s like an

‘Nature Calls’ Review 2.5/10

‘Nature Calls’ Review

Release Date: November 9, 2012
Currently playing on VOD
Director: Todd Rohal
MPAA Rating: R
Film Pulse Score: 2.5/10

When I first read about the new Patton Oswalt comedy Nature Calls, which premiered at

‘Headshot’ Review 6/10

‘Headshot’ Review

Release Date:  September 28th 2012
MPAA Rating:  Unrated
Director:  Pen-Ek Ratanaruang
FilmPulse Score:  6/10

It is no secret that I am a fan of Thai director Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. His brilliant suicidal love story Last Life in

LOOPER Review 9

LOOPER Review

The art of the time travel film has always been something of a mixed bag. It’s a very tricky subject to get right without having a million little plot holes and paradoxes that cause the viewer to go insane with confusion. In the case of Looper however, writer/director Rian Johnson not only explores this subject with meticulous precision, but also adds in an incredible, and more importantly, original story.

‘Remote’ Review 5/10

‘Remote’ Review

Director: Marc Roussel
MPAA Rating: NR
Film Pulse Score: 5/10

Remote is one of those films that has such an interesting storyline, that you’ll find yourself interested and invested in it, despite it’s shortcomings.  Written and

FAMILIAR Review 6.5

FAMILIAR Review

Director: Richard Powell
MPAA Rating: NR
Film Pulse Score: 6.5/10

Every couple of months we’ll receive an e-mail from a budding young filmmaker who wants us to check out and review their latest masterpiece, and more