In 1957, the movie 12 Angry Men hit theaters and took movie watchers by storm. The movie demanded a certain level of forbearance as a drama and a thought piece. … Read More Movie Review: 12 Angry Men
Beyond bombastic, high octane moments, we get a real struggle of ideology here. This curiously haunting film is best enjoyed when you’re willing to think about its core themes. It takes its origins all the way to the next level, and sometimes in more ways than one. … Read More Movie Review: The Dark Knight
At the heart and soul of this franchise, there’s a sad truth to tell. It isn’t all unicorns and rainbows when you’re leading the mob. Rather, oftentimes Don Corleone finds it to be a merciless position to be in. He understands that position, acting with gravitas where it suits him to do so. When it offers him no value, he eases up. That’s the rarity, though.… Read More Movie Review: The Godfather
This particular review was requested by one of our members over on Patreon. If you’d like to help decide what content gets reviewed, consider becoming a member. Hey everyone, it’s Kernook here. When I was asked to review this movie, I found myself rather surprised. The “Road to Perdition” is a strange film all things… Read More Movie Review: Road to Perdition
The Shawshank Redemption is as much about prisons as it is the human condition. For as beautiful and thought provoking as the movie is, there’s some real grime caked on top of it. It’ll give you a taste of what goes on in the minds of these characters, but it won’t hold your hand or coddle you. You’ll have to deal with the facts as they hand them to you, for better and for much worse.… Read More Movie Review: The Shawshank Redemption
Netflix has always been full to bursting with original content, and it’s really no surprise that they would try to garner attention from Resident Evil fans. We are a rather hungry group of people when it comes to our games, movies, books and other media. Cashing in on the franchise at this point is just flat out common sense.… Read More Netflix Original – Resident Evil series releases on July 14th. Will it be any good?
The thing about being asexual is that it’s often misunderstood. These people talk very frankly about the struggles that go along with the acronym alphabet soup that the wider world likes to toss around. This is why I don’t inherently include them in the LGBTQ+ community by total default. Some asexual people aren’t lesbians, gays, trans, or queer. They don’t always identify that way.… Read More Review: (A)sexual
Video In December of 2020 Kernook made a quick and off-the-cuff video review of the movie. Watch it now. I have to say, I absolutely love Desk Set, a 1957 film starring Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn. To me this film is a festive classic and timeless classic. Although it isn’t really a “Christmas movie”… Read More Kern Reviews Classic Movies: Desk Set