The Lobster (2015) Review

Sam Kench and Tara Hartnett review the 2015 dystopian absurdist drama The Lobster directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, written by Yorgos Lanthimos and Efthymis Filippou, and starring Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, Olivia Colman and John C. Reilly. If you think The Lobster looks interesting you can click here to check it out on Amazon Advertisements

It’s Such a Beautiful Day (2012) Review

Sam Kench and Tara Hartnett review the 2012 animated film It’s Such a Beautiful Day written, directed, and voiced by Don Hertzfeldt. There was a professional audio set up for this review done by Brian Hubbard. Click HERE to watch the review.  

Escape From Tomorrow (2013)

Escape From Tomorrow is made interesting by the very way that it was shot. Escape from Tomorrow is a feature length film shot almost entirely in Disney World/Land without permission from Disney.  Just the fact that they were able to make this is a crazy thought, even more so that it has received such a wide…

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)

“Kiss Kiss Bang Bang“ is a dark comedy with a strong noir edge mystery about a murderer being pursued by a gay private investigator, a thief mistaken as an actor and his childhood love interest. Though this movie may be enjoyable to the casual movie going audience, it is especially appealing to those well versed…

Movie Review: The Wolf of Wall Street

By Sam Kench “The Wolf of Wall Street” is the latest film to come from master director Martin Scorsese. One of the best American film makers of all time, Scorsese (Fun fact: is on a list of only 50 people banned from Tibet) has delivered some of the best movies ever made, including classics such…

Cottage Country Review

Cottage Country Cottage Country is a movie that I saw a trailer for and then just sort of forgot about until they added it to Netflix. The sole reason I watched this movie was for Tyler Labine from the excellent Tucker and Dale vs. Evil. This movie seemed to have the same kind of idea,…

Sam’s Movie Recommendation of the Week #3

Seven Psychopaths Reason to watch —Great Director Seven Psychopaths was written and directed by Martin McDonagh who has only done two features, but has quickly become one of my favorite directors. —A great sense of humor. Seven Psychopaths is hysterically funny and it defies convetions. — Top Ten Seven Psychopaths made the list of my top…