Jack Szabo

Children of the Corn (Movie Review)

Master of Horror Stephen King’s novels and short stories are primed for television and film adaptations. His 1977 short story Children of the Corn inspired more films and series than any other King piece, with Writer-Director Kurt Wimmer’s (Equilibrium 2002, Ultraviolet 2006) Children of the ... Read More

My Policeman (Movie Review)

Nothing is more valuable than time. There is tragedy in time wasted, particularly when that wasted time could have been spent with people you love. Director Michael Grandage (Red 2010, Genius 2016) explores time, love, and regret in My Policeman, an adaptation of Bethan Robert’s novel of ... Read More

Orphan: First Kill (Movie Review)

Every now and then a Horror film comes along that truly shocks and delights audiences. Back in 2009, Orphan was one of those films. Over a decade later, Esther is back and ready to destroy another family in Orphan: First Kill. Directed by William Brent ... Read More

Rogue Agent (Movie Review)

It is not uncommon for Spy Thrillers and romance to go hand in hand. Franchise films like James Bond or Mission: Impossible have mashed those two genres together in the minds of audiences. Rogue Agent, a new Spy Thriller from Co-Writers/Directors Declan Lawn and Adam ... Read More

Top Gun: Maverick (Movie Review)

Top Gun: Maverick took nearly four decades to make. That in mind, much has changed since Top Gun first took audiences into the danger zone in 1986, so it would be easy enough to wonder if a sequel it even necessary thirty-odd years later. Like ... Read More