• Cocaine Bear

    Cocaine Bear

    Ladies and gentlemen, I’ve got a special review for you today in the name of — Cocaine Bear, by director Elizabeth Banks.   Inspired by a 1985 true story of a 500-pound black bear that consumed a significant amount of cocaine and embarks on a drug-fueled rampage, an eccentric gathering of cops, criminals, tourists, and teenagers assemble in a Georgia forest.   Right off the bat, I’m going, to be frank with you. Cocaine Bear is a bloody mess, I mean, this film is so convoluted with unnecessary storylines and characters but I figured because of the time that the film is taking place in that there’s no reason to…

  • Knock At The Cabin

    Knock at the Cabin

    Dave Bautista delivers his most captivating rendition yet, in the thrilling horror – Knock at the Cabin by legendary director M. Night Shyamalan. Who adapted Knock At The Cabin from a 2018 horror novel The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay. For those that don’t know who M. Night Shyamalan is, he is the man responsible for films that make not only the hair on your arms raise out of fear but also give you insight into the psychological aspect of a character and their thought process. Some of my favorite movies made by M. Night Shyamalan would be Split made in 2016 featuring James McAvoy…

  • The Menu

    The Menu

    Food lovers from across all nations, regardless of color or race, culture or tradition. Director Mark Mylod invites you to experience first-hand, the exclusive world of fine dining on – the Menu. Once again, this is one film that I decided not to watch the trailer for being afraid that it may give away too much about the movie, and a wise choice I must say it was. Released on the 18th of November 2022 by distributor Searchlight Pictures, the film features a small yet equally talented cast in the likes of Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Nicolas Hoult for starters. We follow the events of a young couple traveling…

  • M3GAN


    Chucky the killer doll and Annabelle may have found their match with the marvel artificial intelligence lifelike doll in M3GAN directed by Gerard Johnstone, starring Allison Williams and Violet McGraw.   Released on the 6 January 2023 in the United States of America by distributor Universal Pictures, and production companies Blumhouse Productions, Divide/Conquer, and Atomic Monster.   M3GAN is a marvel of artificial intelligence, a lifelike doll that’s programmed to be a child’s greatest companion and a parent’s greatest ally.   There are plenty of films about artificial intelligence that was meant to better the lives of humans only for them to do the complete opposite such as Terminator, I.…

  • The Sandman

    The Sandman

    Tom Sturridge stars as Lord Morpheus in DC Comic’s graphic novel – The Sandman by creator Neil Gaiman. This has been a highly anticipated series, getting a lot of love from pretty much all corners of the internet but is it worth the hype? We are first introduced to the story with a narration from the protagonist Dream himself, letting us know that there is another world waiting for us when we close our eyes and fall asleep. A place called the Dreaming. It is here where The Sandman, the master of dreams gives shape to all our deepest fantasies and fears. One fateful night, the Sandman, aka Dream, is…

  • Speak No Evil

    Speak No Evil

    LSR is back with another one. Ladies and gentlemen, today we’ll be reviewing, the Danish psychological horror, Speak No Evil by director Christian Tafdrup. On a vacation in Toscana, a Danish family instantly becomes friends with a Dutch family. Months later, the Danish couple receives an unexpected invitation from the Dutch family, inviting them to come over and spend the weekend with them at their remote home. Speak No Evil was first released in Denmark on the 15th of March 2022 but later came to be released to the rest of the world on the 6th of September 2022 by distributor Nordisk Films with a run time of 1h 37mins.…

  • Bodies Bodies Bodies Poster

    Bodies Bodies Bodies

    Bodies Bodies Bodies directed by Halina Reijn leaves many fans flabbergasted and perplexed from intro to conclusion. Popular filming studio A24 shook the very foundation of the movie industry with “Everything All At Once” returns with its latest project – Bodies Bodies Bodies which was released on the 5th of August 2022. In this film, we follow a group of friends around the ages of 20-something stuck at a mansion in a remote area during a hurricane. When one friend suggests they play Bodies and a dead body is discovered as a result of this game, friends reveal their true colors, turning on one another and revealing shocking truths whilst…

  • Beast


    LSR is back again and today we’ll be reviewing Beast by director Baltasar Kormakur, featuring Eldris Elba, Sharlto Copley, Leah Jeffries, and Iyana Halley. Released on the 19th of August 2022 by Universal Pictures. Beast promises to deliver an epic thriller when the king of the jungle reminds us once again why there can only be one apex predator in Africa. We follow the events of a father and his two young daughters, who after the passing of their mother have left a rift between the family. To mend this rift, Dr. Nate Samuels played by Idris Elba decides to take a trip down to Africa together with his two…

  • Nope


    Director Jordan Peele strikes again with another phenomenal movie, challenging the very way we think and feel about the film industry, animal cruelty, and diversity in – NOPE.   Jordan Peele has quickly become one of my favorite movie directors since he released “Get Out” and “US” which both took the film industry by storm, first in 2017 and 2019.   And in this masterpiece, nothing less but greatness should be expected from this young director.   We follow the events of siblings running a horse ranch after the sudden passing of their father Otis Haywood played by Keith David.   One night whilst looking up at the skies of…

  • Jujutsu Kaisen Movie 0

    Jujutsu Kaisen 0

    After waiting for what felt like a year, I finally got the chance to watch the highly rated movie – Jujutsu Kaisen 0, by director Sunghoo Park.   As the title of the movie explains, Jujutsu Kaisen 0 begins probably a year or so before the animation was released, so our favorite pink-haired protagonist, Itadori Yuji is nowhere to be found in this film.   However, we are instead given a new protagonist in Yuta Okkotsu. A young boy who is cursed with the spirit of Rika Orimoto, who follows him everywhere and if provoked, will gladly annihilate anyone and anything that dares to harm Yuta. But since Yuta Okkotsu…