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Rating Title/Year Author
Old (2021) Jordy Sirkin It has a concept so within reach, but it completely fails in its execution in almost every way. EDIT
Posted Jul 22, 2021
Werewolves Within (2021) Jordy Sirkin Werewolves Within is a smart, satirical, and all around fantastic time, serving viewers a wild whodunit with a lycanthrope twist. EDIT
Posted Jul 3, 2021
Black Widow (2021) Jordy Sirkin Black Widow succeeds for the most part, but its placement in the timeline has this film feeling a bit off. EDIT
Posted Jun 29, 2021
My Heart Can't Beat Unless You Tell It To (2020) Jordy Sirkin A heavy family drama that does something unique with vampiric mythology, striking a cord with its viewer in an unexpected way. EDIT
Posted Jun 14, 2021
Army Of The Dead (2021) Jordy Sirkin Army of the Dead delivers great zombie carnage, funny comedic moments, and an unexpected, winding set of potential theories. EDIT
Posted May 29, 2021
A Quiet Place Part II (2021) Jordy Sirkin The film creates tension while holding onto that dread throughout, even amping up the suspense this time around. EDIT
Posted May 28, 2021
Cruella (2021) Jordy Sirkin The Dalmatian-obsessed fashionista's backstory might not have been something we needed, but it sure is an unexpected, campy treat. EDIT
Posted May 26, 2021
The Woman in the Window (2021) Jordy Sirkin Unfortunately, it's a tangled mess that fails to adequately tell the story it's so desperate to give us. EDIT
Posted May 17, 2021
Spiral: From the Book of Saw (2021) Jordy Sirkin It exudes a very neo-noir detective thriller feel, but with just enough gruesome and inventive traps we've come to expect. EDIT
Posted May 15, 2021
The Djinn (2021) Jordy Sirkin A tense indie horror that offers more than expected. Set to an atmospheric score, there's a nice contrast to the terrors and hollowness of the monster; with a pulsating 80s soundtrack throughout. EDIT
Posted May 10, 2021
Together Together (2021) Jordy Sirkin Together Together is a sweet comedy that explores the importance-and beauty-in platonic relationships. EDIT
Posted May 5, 2021
The Fallout (2021) Jordy Sirkin With such heavy themes, the film approaches the subject with sensitivity and grace, but it doesn't hold back from exposing the dark reality we often don't see. EDIT
Posted Apr 26, 2021
Boys from County Hell (2020) Jordy Sirkin Boys From County Hell is a horror-comedy with a uniquely fun take on vampires and the legend of Dracula-creating something fresh for the familiar tale. EDIT
Posted Apr 22, 2021
Paul Dood's Deadly Lunch Break (2021) Jordy Sirkin Unabashedly cringe, endearing, and horrifying all at the same time, led by the charismatic Tom Meeten. EDIT
Posted Apr 8, 2021
Here Before (2021) Jordy Sirkin An eloquent slow-burning thriller, tackling a mother's grief, with a standout performance by Andrea Riseborough. EDIT
Posted Mar 24, 2021
Offseason (2021) Jordy Sirkin Offseason is an atmospheric and disorienting horror film that builds everything so beautifully, with a great payoff in the end EDIT
Posted Mar 22, 2021
Broadcast Signal Intrusion (2021) Jordy Sirkin Broadcast Signal Intrusion has a great neo-noir style and an alluring concept that takes hold of you, but it doesn't quite reach its full potential. EDIT
Posted Mar 21, 2021
Introducing, Selma Blair (2021) Jordy Sirkin Introducing, Selma Blair is such a raw look at her experiences and will educate so many on the effects of MS. Director Rachel Fleit does an exceptional job at capturing everything with a compassionate lens. EDIT
Posted Mar 19, 2021
Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror (2021) Jordy Sirkin Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror gives us a wonderful in-depth look at the subgenre and is a must-see for any horror fan. EDIT
Posted Mar 16, 2021
Coming 2 America (2021) Jordy Sirkin Coming 2 America is a welcome return to the 1988 classic that feels like a loving tribute. Imperfect? Certainly. But entertaining nonetheless. EDIT
Posted Mar 4, 2021
Pixie (2020) Jordy Sirkin Pixie is a fun British comedy-thriller, with charismatic performances and a wild plot. It can get a bit convoluted at times, but its style and plot shifts certainly keep you intrigued enough to forgive that. EDIT
Posted Mar 2, 2021
Supernova (2020) Jordy Sirkin SUPERNOVA is a gripping story about love and how to deal with grief from a different perspective. With incredibly moving performances, the film is one that will tug at your heart and bring you to tears. EDIT
Posted Feb 25, 2021
Greenland (2020) Jordy Sirkin It gives you the same feel as those classic popcorn movies, but it's Butler and Baccarin's performances that give it so much heart, taking the film to a refreshing new level. EDIT
Posted Feb 9, 2021
Little Fish (2020) Jordy Sirkin A timely film, strangely enough, as it deals with a global crisis. But the love story at its core is the part that keeps you enthralled, giving viewers a sincere science-fiction romance hybrid. EDIT
Posted Feb 4, 2021
The Night (2020) Jordy Sirkin A chilling horror film building consistent tension, both supernatural and other, to deliver unexpected psychological frights. EDIT
Posted Jan 27, 2021
Promising Young Woman (2020) Jordy Sirkin Writer and director Emerald Fennell does a phenomenal job balancing the serious themes with a level of dark humor that give it a unique style. EDIT
Posted Jan 15, 2021
End of Sentence (2019) Jordy Sirkin A nice, mild drama with magnetic performances, a beautiful backdrop, and a touching story. EDIT
Posted Jan 12, 2021
Okja (2017) Jordy Sirkin A slightly satirical look on our real life meat production, Okja realistically tackles the dark underbelly that we often don't think of when we consume our food. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Mercy Black (2019) Jordy Sirkin The story is seemingly inspired by the Slender Man but creates an interesting character all its own. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
The Bye Bye Man (2017) Jordy Sirkin It never quite develops itself nor does it explain a lot of avoidable mistakes. It's one of those films that is so painful to watch that you wonder, did they make it this bad on purpose? EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Split (2016) Jordy Sirkin Split departs from anything writer/director M. Night Shyamalan has done before, bringing an honestly thrilling story to life, with one of his best twists since The Sixth Sense. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Annabelle: Creation (2017) Jordy Sirkin It's perhaps one of the most exciting connective twists I've seen in a horror film. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
3/5 The Vault (2017) Jordy Sirkin Even when the plot finds itself predictable at times, and not quite jump-out-of-your-seat horrifying, it's still a solid thriller. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Honeymoon (2014) Jordy Sirkin Honeymoon is a twisted, unpredictable horror thriller that will leave you shocked in the end. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
3/5 Hubie Halloween (2020) Jordy Sirkin It's nothing spectacular in terms of its story and execution, but it certainly provides some light humor against a nostalgic Halloween backdrop. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Beauty and the Beast (2017) Jordy Sirkin A tale as old as time, but this new film brings a new life to the story, while holding true to all the magic of the original. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Willow Creek (2013) Jordy Sirkin Willow Creek builds suspense in the most minimalist of ways, but the time it takes to get you there, combined with a short payoff, ultimately lets the viewer down. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
The Circle (2017) Jordy Sirkin The Circle isn't so much thrilling as it is confusing. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
The Mummy (2017) Jordy Sirkin The Dark Universe and original monster squad deserve more than this underwhelming film. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Baby Driver (2017) Jordy Sirkin Baby Driver is a nonstop ride from start to finish, that's equal parts hilarious as it is thrilling. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Gerald's Game (2017) Jordy Sirkin Based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, Gerald's Game is a rich psychological horror with mild frights. Showcasing how your mind can be your worst enemy. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
The Belko Experiment (2016) Jordy Sirkin It's every bit of James Gunn's style, mixing gore with humor and delivering a compelling story with great characters. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Truth or Dare (2017) Jordy Sirkin It's so repetitive that it begins to get irritating. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
I See You (2019) Jordy Sirkin I See You is a completely unpredictable thriller - original, mind-numbing and totally twisted. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Body at Brighton Rock (2019) Jordy Sirkin Body at Brighton Rock is a great psychological thriller that reminds us what our real enemy is. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
3/5 Malevolent (2018) Jordy Sirkin While the premise of Malevolent might not be all that different than other general haunted house films, it still pulls you in as a viewer. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
It (2017) Jordy Sirkin IT proves remakes can easily make a name for themselves, improving on the old but creating an entirely new frightening, fun time. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
A Monster Calls (2016) Jordy Sirkin A Monster Calls may seem like a simple fantasy film, but it goes beyond that to tackle a very real tragedy - losing someone. Word of advice: bring a lot of tissues to this one. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Logan (2017) Jordy Sirkin It's raw, emotional and brutal - and a beautiful final film for Wolverine. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021
Kong: Skull Island (2017) Jordy Sirkin Kong: Skull Island once again brings the famed creature back to the big screen with classic monster movie magic. EDIT
Posted Jan 1, 2021