We’ve Seen That: Movies Then and Now Podcast

February 14, 2016

“We’ve Seen That: Movies Then and Now Podcast”is brand-new podcast focusing on movies that we have loved over our lifetime. This podcast is for those who post on social media that they are randomly watching […]

The Force Awakens: New Hope

December 20, 2015

By Connor Risenhoover The most anticipated movie day of the year came and went.  Star Wars: The Force Awakens broke records as it opened on the December 18. There was laughter, tears, and overwhelming nostalgia […]

Movies That Just Missed Being Made

June 22, 2014

By Gary Dowell Recently, the geeks here at Movie Night took time out from watching movies to go watch a movie — specifically, the documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune, which details Alejandro Jodorowsky’s ambitious but ultimately doomed […]

Movie Review of X-Men: Days of Future Past

May 23, 2014

By Gary Dowell Returning as director to the franchise he put on the movie map after an absence of more than a decade, Bryan Singer has turned out what feels like the first true X-Men movie […]

Movie Review of Godzilla

May 15, 2014

By Gary Dowell It’s been ten years since Toho Studios put the Godzilla franchise in mothballs after the release of the sub-par 50th anniversary feature Godzilla: Final Wars. The feeling was that everything that could […]

Movie Review of Blue Ruin

May 8, 2014

By Gary Dowell One of the most original, suspenseful, and surprising indies in the past few years, writer-director Jeremy Saulnier’s Blue Ruin is a mesmerizing exercise in style and character study. Granted, that last bit is […]

Movie Review of Dom Hemingway

April 20, 2014

By Gary Dowell He’s his own worst enemy and the kind of guy you love and hate in equal measure, a man you want to smack some bloody sense into but don’t because it’s likely a […]

Movie Review of Transcendence

April 17, 2014

By Gary Dowell Transcendence could have been a good movie — it certainly tries — but it’s chock full of ideas that are beyond first-time screenwriter Jack Paglen’s ability to explore and develop, and cinematographer-turned-director Wally […]

Movie review of Oculus

April 12, 2014

By Gary Dowell An atypical horror movie that could have been great but instead settled for mediocrity and recycled tropes, Oculus is a frustrating near-miss. By focusing less on gore (though there’s still enough on […]

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