Tag Archive "thriller"

Murder on the Orient Express

Movie Review: Another Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express has been gorgeously remade with precision and charm. Fox’s new version brings the popular murder mystery story to new and old audiences.

Movie Review: All Thrills from The Foreigner

Jackie Chan doesn’t get nearly enough credit for just how truly talented a performer he is. If you’re looking for the latest evidence, look no further than The Foreigner, his latest action epic now delightfully ...

American Assassin

Movie Review: Annoying, American Amateurs

American Assassin is the most generic action movie you’ll see this year. The action scenes have punches and gunshots, the dialogue is predictable,

Movie Review: The Mummy’s a Messy Monster

There are so many confusing and disappointing parts to the new reboot of The Mummy it’s difficult to describe. While it’s a pathetic story and a glamorous CGI horror trip, it’s also a fun (albeit ...

Movie Review: The Circle is Far from Well Rounded

Circles are shapes synonymous with harmony, balance, and clear points. If this satisfied feeling and cohesion are some of your expectations for The Circle, prepare to be disappointed. You might as well read a translation ...

Movie Review: Furious 8 is Loud and Proud

If it’s awesome action and great popcorn munching you’re after, here it is. The Fate of the Furious, the latest Fast and Furious movie, has everything its fans are craving. Exploding cars, cool buds hanging ...

Scary, Smart, and Split Between Senses

Scary movies worth recommending don’t come often, and neither do many studio films released in the month of January. Split, opening in theatres today, breaks the mould with a suspenseful, intelligent movie. It definitely isn’t ...

Oakville Newcomers Club host Author Linwood Barclay.

On March 21st the Oakville Newcomers Club was fortunate enough to have Oakville’s brilliant author, Linwood Barclay take part in the discussion, at our book club of his intricate thriller, “Trust Your Eyes”. The book is based ...