Matt Reeves and J.J. Abram’s Kaiju movie from 2008 populates online discussion to this day, and we’re giving it a well-deserved turn on the CinDoc podcast!
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is here to terrorize children and adults alike, and that’s a good thing!
Bullied, forgotten, but not alone, Oskar makes an interesting friend with a mysterious girl.
Nominated for two Razzie Awards, but a winner in my heart, The Happening is one of the most entertaining movies in M. Night Shyamalan’s filmography.
Mandy is an intense, brutal film that holds nothing back, but it’s overt aggression is layered with compassion and empathy.
How does life fare for a young couple that retrieves a child from a crashed-land space-craft? About as bad as you’d expect.
A dangerous literary work that petrified Stephen King himself, Pet Sematary finds itself on the silver screen yet again! But is it any good?
Emerging from the 9 circles of development hell, Neil Marshall’s reboot of Hellboy has made quite the impact, although it’s far from positive!
Get Out was so specific in its metaphor on racial tension and subjugation, but what conversation does Us cause us to have?
Before reviewing and sharing interesting trivia about It Follows (2014), I spend a brief period explaining my perspective on adult content in film and how I feel it should be engaged from a Christian standing.