The Lighthouse

A review by Jessica Waites, Queen Majesty of Waiteslandia Although I fancy myself an enlightened, philosophizing person, sometimes things just go straight over my head. Like this movie, The Lighthouse.  I will start by saying I love that it’s shot in black and white. There are some scenes where you’d think you were watching a 1920’s European horrorContinue reading “The Lighthouse”

The Joker

An origin story that is sadder and more tragic than just a man warped by his own insanity. Sir Douglas G. Harms, esq., The Dirty Penguin Presents: Movies!! When the Joker was originally announced that it would be a standalone story outside the current DC universe which would be different from Jared Leto’s portrayal ofContinue reading “The Joker”

The Dirt on The Dirt

In 1990, I was doing three things: being 10, playing Nintendo, and listening to the Dr. Feelgood tape over and over again until my pretty pink cassette player revolted and fried itself out forever. Motley Crue’s lyrics were overtly suggestive, the videos were blatant propaganda for booze, drugs, and sex, and they wore silly costumesContinue reading “The Dirt on The Dirt”

Annabelle Comes Home

Scares and creepiness abound as Annabelle demonstrates just how unnerving a demonic doll could possibly be. Out of a total of seven Conjuring universe movies, Annabelle has been given three. When Annabelle was given the first movie, it seemed like a joke and a terrible idea. After making $250M on a $6.5M budget, the creatorContinue reading “Annabelle Comes Home”

SpiderMan: Far From Home

Spider-Man: Far From Home was the fifth and deal ending movie to complete the induction of Spider-man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and boy do I hope that the Sony/Marvel cooperation can continue!!! This movie was the best parts of all of the previous Spider-Men with the added bonus of sharing the hero-verse with theContinue reading “SpiderMan: Far From Home”