BRIGHTBURN only wants to be a horror movie about a superpowered murderous kid. Is that enough? Is it good by that standard? ComicsVerse’s Tim Stevens tells all.
ComicsVerse’s critic Tim Stevens wrestles with GLASS, finding the film “compelling in it strengths and flaws,” while acknowledging it won’t be for everyone.
A zombie apocalypse breaks out in a small Scottish town, causing the teenagers to break out into song while slaying the undead.
It was a busy November for movies and some slipped by without reviews. ComicsVerse critic Tim Stevens sweeps up the likes of OVERLORD, FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD, THE GRINCH and more in a Overstuffed November edition of Short Takes.
Though completely unexpected, ComicsVerse’s Tim Stevens found INSTANT FAMILY to be funny with a thoughtful and accurate perspective on foster parenting.
The world won’t be the same without William Goldman, but it is a better place to live in thanks for the works he created.
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