Review – The San Fernando Valley Bites (“Day Shift”)

Mix John Carpenter’s Vampires, Van Helsing, and From Dawn Til Dusk, and you’ll have this dark comedy about vampire hunters in Reseda. Oh, they’re also hunting blood-suckers in my hometown of Simi Valley, so there’s that. Jamie Foxx stars as Bud Jablonski, a disgraced vampire killer who is trying to get back into his union.…

Review – Tickets! Tickets, Please! (“Bullet Train”)

Based on Kotaro Isaka’s novel, Maria Beetle, this movie takes the ultra-violence of Kill Bill or John Wick, the fighting style of Jason Bourne mixed with some Jackie Chan, and throws in a murder-mystery like Murder on the Orient Express along with LOL humor. Wow! Set onboard a super-fast Japanese bullet train, Brad Pitt plays…

Review – Kryptonite & Kibble (“DC League of Super-Pets”)

I suppose it was inevitable, what with the MCU & DCU movies coming and going, that a movie featuring the pets of superheroes was right around the corner. Of course, Superman’s dog Krypto has already been seen on HBO’s Titans, so there’s that. Sometimes dogs are not man’s best friends, case in point Krypto (voiced…

Review – No Longer A Plain Jane (“Thor: Love & Thunder”)

Comedy/drama in the MCU returns in the sequel to 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok. Co-writer & director Taika Waititi (who also voices the rock alien, Korg) introduces a new villain with Gorr, the god butcher and Jane Foster as the Mighty Thor! Picking up after the events of Avengers: Endgame, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) has joined the motley…

Review – To Infinity And Beyond (“Lightyear”)

Just like all those Funko Pop figures being made of your favorite TV/movie personas, here’s the backstory of an action figure we already know and love from the past Toy Story movies! Could we see a Woody’s Round-Up film in the future? In a sentence, we’re told that is the movie that young Andy (from…