Hey, hey! My first film post since May! It’s been ever too long.
Last Night in Soho is a film I found out about somewhat recently, intrigued more by the cast and director more than the premise itself. Not to say the premise isn’t interesting, but when you have the likes of Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Matt Smith among the main cast, with Edgar Wright orchestrating the overall, that’s enough starpower to have most at least curious. Though it’s labeled as a horror film, that didn’t deter me from seeing it in theaters fairly quickly.
Like most horror films I’ve seen, however, it ends up being something of an immersive trap.
(Minor story spoilers will be present in this review.)
Continue reading “Thoughts on Last Night in Soho”
Not to be confused with Mothra vs. Godzilla from 1964. This is the version from the Heisei era, because I am a ’90s kid.
Continue reading “Day Twenty-Two: Godzilla vs. Mothra (MotM 2021)”
As an homage to the homaging nature of this bite-sized anime series, my thoughts on it will reflect its length and straightforwardness in paralleled fashion. Plus ultr—wait, wrong series. Continue reading “Merry Days of Anime: Uchuu Patrol Luluco”
I made a really smashing review yesterday. I was quite proud of myself. I went ahead and went over the limit of the words I typically use when describing a movie. My accomplishments as a critic really speak for themselves, and I think it’s important to note that…
What’s that? A rumor? About me?
What is it? Continue reading “Day Twelve: The Front Runner (MotM 2019)”