Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Review

You know, it’s funny. The first Sherlock Holmes movie was like the remake of Ocean’s 11; I know I enjoyed it while watching it, but hours later I couldn’t really tell you all that much about it. It’s like the old saying about Chinese food: it’s good and fills you up, but an hour later you’re looking to eat again. But here, with the second installment of this Holmes franchise, I found myself considerably more satisfied with the meal.

Crank: High Voltage Review

  Some action movies spend tons of money, polish the Hell out of them and vanilla them up to appeal to as many small-brained droolers that like to see things blow up, yet want a sappy love story to give our hero some extraneous incentive to do the “right thing”.  (Put your hand down, Bruckheimer!)…

Star Trek review

  Of all the movies coming out this summer, “Star Trek”, directed by J.J. Abrams, is the one that really had me excited.  Now, I’m not a full-blown Trekkie by any means, but I am a fan of, well, some of the series, and certainly most of the movies.  I make note of that because,…

Wolverine Review

  I seem to remember a bunch of different Wolverine origin stories in the comics.  So many alternate universe stories floated around, I don’t quite remember which was which anymore.  I think I had moved off of most of my Marvel books by the time they came out.  Yes, yes, I know, I’m a BAD…

Interview with Anvil

CFN “reporter” and resident metalhead Neil T. Weakley recently caught up with the band Anvil at their movie premiere. Neil: How did director Sacha Gervasi go from being your roadie, to writing a Spielberg movie (“The Terminal”), to directing your movie? Anvil: We met Sacha when he was 15 years old and basically turned his…