Doug Reviews: Bleed for This (2016)

From Writer-Director Ben Younger comes Bleed for This, the true story of boxer Vinny Pazienza, who fought to box again after a horrific car accident left him nearly paralyzed. Does the film give audiences anything new or is it just the same tired boxing movie tropes? Continue reading


Doug Reviews: Allegiant (2016)

I have to be honest with you. I watch these Divergent films and I wonder how these books are so popular. Allegiant has some interesting sci-fi concepts in it, but it’s everything else that brings the production crashing to the ground. Continue reading


COVERWith Episode 85, Doug and Dirty A welcome back author Matt King to lament the disaster that is Fantastic Flop…er…Four. They discuss the movie that showed up on screen and then sift through all the rumored behind the scenes drama. They also discuss the new Deadpool trailer that dropped last week and a few Captain America: Civil War rumors. Take a listen…if you dare! Continue reading

Doug Reviews: Fantastic Four (2015)

Fantastic_Four_(2015_film)_poster_002By now, you’ve probably heard about the terrible reviews that 20th Century Fox’s reboot of Fantastic Four has been receiving. There are reports of Director Josh Trank being pulled off the film and key scenes being scrapped by the studio—lots of behind the scenes drama. However, is the film really that bad as all the reviews suggest? Well, yes and no. Continue reading

Doug Reviews: Insurgent

insurgent_ver10_xlgBasically, if you read my review of Divergent from last year, a lot of the criticisms still apply to its sequel, Insurgent. There is a point in the film where Tris (Shailene Woodley) literally turns to Four (Theo James) and says, “I know this doesn’t make any sense.” Truer words were never spoken, sweetheart. Continue reading

Doug Reviews: Whiplash

whiplash-posterEver since it hit the festival circuit earlier this year, I’ve heard nothing but good things about Writer-Director Damien Chazelle’s Whiplash. Even the poster is heaped with quotes of praise from various critics. The question is, does the film live up to the hype? Yes, and then some. In fact, Whiplash may just be the best film of the year. Continue reading