The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is a love letter to Nicolas Cage, made by people who see him as the peculiar but extremely talented artist that we Cagephiles have been shouting about for years.Read More The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (2022) Review
Creating a top 5 list of the best films of 2021 proved to be surprisingly difficult. We were spoilt for choice as films began actually releasing again.
From the local art house cinemas to the giant multiplexes to everything in between, cinema felt like it was on a come back in 2021. And with the unprecedented shortening of the window between a cinema release and a home release, more people had access to great cinema than ever before.
But with so much to choose from, which 5 films actually made the cut?
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“Devil’s changing you already.” Ok so lets talk about 8MM. The film is directed by Joel Schumacher. Joel Schumacher of Batman and Robin fame. Upon going on Metacritic to see the reviews of this film I found it actually has less than Batman and Robin. Let that sink in, if the reviews are to be…
The latest VOD offering from the greatest actor of all time, Nicolas Cage.Read More 100 Words or Less – 211 (2018)
‘Mom and Dad’ is peak Cage. It’s the best he’s been in a long time.
With a really original idea, and a unique style, and fantastic performances from Selma Blair and Nic Cage – ‘Mom and Dad’ is a treat.Read More Mom and Dad (2017) Review
Based on the book ‘Rape: A Love Story’ by Joyce Carol Oates, ‘Vengeance: A Love Story” (or just “Vengeance”) is half melodramatic TV movie and half pulpy revenge thriller.
But ALL Cage-tastic.Read More 100 Words or Less – Vengeance: A Love Story (2017)
“You know the drill.” Here we are once again; staring into the abyss that is Nicolas Cage’s VOD career. The one time Mongolian dinosaur skull owner returns to Vegas, the home of his Oscar winning performance in Leaving Las Vegas for The Trust, a tiny movie with tiny movie star; Elijah Wood. Quite surprisingly, The Trust is pretty good, great even, […]Read More The Trust (2016) Review
Halloween is upon us and with it comes scary movies. We watch them from the comfort of our own homes, enjoying the discomfort, pain, and even death inflicted upon the unlucky characters. We scream, we laugh, but at the end of the day we forget about it and move on. I mean, it’s only […]Read More The Five Things You’ll Need To Survive Halloween
The blog has been a little empty as of late. It’s the essay writing time of year. Here’s a review I wrote of the interesting Dying of the Light for CeX. I couldn’t help but post it. Enjoy! Dying of the Light (2014) Review Things have been going in a strange direction for Nicolas Cage as of late. The […]Read More CeX Review – Dying of the Light
The movie shootout might be one of the most popular and recurring scenes in movie history. Any genre of film can contain a shoot out and most of the time movie shootouts are pretty poor. It might just be one dude shooting at another dude without any energy or life to it, or worse, it’ll have […]Read More The 10 Best Movie Shootouts