Movie Review: Pride + Prejudice + Zombies

February 6, 2016

By Taylor C. Berrier Who doesn’t like a good zombie flick? Okay, maybe a lot of people don’t. It’s a genre mostly reserved for a cult following and other niche fan bases of genres such […]

Movie Review: Hail, Caesar!

February 6, 2016

By Taylor C. Berrier Ahh, finally I get the opportunity to review my first Coen brothers film for Blitz Weekly. It is an honor and a privilege, and I know somewhere my high school philosophy […]

Movie Review: Son of Saul

January 21, 2016

By Stephen Elliott The essential objective for Hungarian Saul Ausländer is common among the Judaism religion, finding a rabbi to give a proper burial for his son. However, the seemingly simple task occurs inside the walls […]

Movie Review: Ip Man 3

January 19, 2016

By Taylor C. Berrier This was not the only kung fu film I saw this weekend, but compared to Kung Fu Panda 3, Ip Man 3 was the real heavy hitter when it came to […]

Spotlight movie is bright among holiday lineup

November 13, 2015

By Taylor C. Berrier When I first read the credits for Spotlight, I thought ‘Damn, that’s one hell of a cast listing.’ But none better to bring to life this Pulitzer-prize winning true story. Spotlight […]

Sicario review

September 24, 2015

By Taylor C. Berrier This review in particular is going to b e especially hard for me to write, being one of the few movies I’ve seen that’s left me shaking afterwards. It’s an extremely […]

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials review

September 18, 2015

By Taylor C. Berrier There is a new atmosphere forming in Hollywood. There is a realization that one really is such a lonely number, and us the viewer and moviegoer are always going to expect […]

Finders Keepers Review

September 7, 2015

By Paul Esquivel Bryan Carberry & Clay Tweel’s Finders Keepers is a strange and heartbreaking tale of redemption, perfectly summed up with this quote, “It’s a funny story, but it’s born out of tragedy” spoken […]

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