“The Evil Within 2” Review by Alex Moore

Earlier this year, I engaged in the latest of the legendary horror survival series, “Resident Evil.” Overall, I thought it was a solid entry and did a lot of things right, which included a switch to the first-p...

“Rebel in the Rye” Review by Alex Moore

All the way back in the year of 2002, I watched a film that was one of the best of that year. It was called “About a Boy.” While one could easily make a case for the title being more about the grown-up in the s...

“Crown Heights” Review by Alex Moore

Welcome to New York City. It is known as the city that never sleeps. For most people, wether they reside in the area or visit from abroad, New York is a world all to its own. As I have also pointed out, in film...

“A Ghost Story” Review by Alex Moore

As I stated while speaking with one of the prominent figures of the Dallas film landscape, there is a seemingly undying fascination with the supernatural. A lot of us can probably recall the experience we first...

“The Exception” review by Alex Moore

There are specific times in history that will ALWAYS live in the minds of the people, regardless of whom is still around in modern society. When somebody utters “Nazi” or “Hitler” or “World War II,” the thought...

“Chuck” Review by Alex Moore

What is in a name? I think it varies from person to person. Still, there are specific names that we almost all seem to associate with specific characteristics. I remember a joke I once heard the great comedian ...

“The Promise” Review by Alex Moore

When I was a boy in 6th Grade, I at least liked the IDEA of reading new and interesting books. That is not to say that I do not STILL, but the experience was different in those days. I once came across a book w...

“The Comedian” Review By Alex Moore

People love comedians, do they not? WE seem to take to them the way we take to our food. For the most part, we ALL tend to stick to what we know we like, but from time to time, we venture out and see if there i...

“Masterminds” by Alex Moore

  There is seemingly no shortage of material, within the film industry, for movies based on real events. In a sense, ALL movies are based on reality, even if it is a very thin thread at times, but when a ...

“Bad Moms” Unite! By Alex Moore

The setting was set in Southlake, Texas, for an evening to remember. 400 Dallas-Fort Worth mommies, STRONG, graced the Harkins Theatre, on behalf of Mayor Laura Hill, to witness the latest in a sea of gender-ba...