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Justin Kim

I sit back, relax, and lose myself in a few hours worth of muscle-bound heroes, explosions, magic, spaceships, and heart. Such is the experience I am positively addicted to. I have written reviews and discussions for a wide range of media since 2016, and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. My favorite genres are horror and high fantasy.

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MCU Phase 4 Retrospective: What Went Wrong?

Despite its once grand status, Phase 4 of the MCU has soured the franchise’s reputation in a number of people’s eyes, but just what went wrong?

Is Black Panther (2018) Overrated?

Despite its initial praise, Black Panther (2018) has seen a significant amount of backlash and accusations of being overrated. But how many of them are true?

Halloween Ends (Review): Not With a Bang, but With a Whimper

Halloween Ends is a Halloween movie that doesn’t seem to want to be a Halloween movie, and suffers all the more for it.

Halloween (2018 Film): My Unpopular Diatribe

Despite being one of the more successful sequels in the franchise, Halloween (2018) is too unfocused and undercooked to be a treat, in my unpopular opinion.

Spirited Away (Review): Hayao Miyazaki’s Masterpiece

With an overall presentation that truly elevates it beyond a film and into an experience, Spirited Away earns its status as Hayao Miyazaki ’s magnum opus.

Nope (Review): Peele’s Direction Gets Far too Alien

Nope is jam-packed with allegories, messages, and tension-filled moments, but does it arrange all of those coherently without feeling overinflated? Nope.

Us (Film Review): Jordan Peele Frightens Us Once More

Us keeps us rooted in our seats with its nightmarish charm shrouded in unpredictability, despite showing a few caveats once the curtains are pulled back.

All Mission: Impossible Movies Ranked From Worst to Best

In the wake of the Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning trailer, we take a look at Tom Cruise’s past M:I movies, ranked from worst to best.

Ready Player One (Review): Nothing More Than a Demo

Ready Player One is perfectly entertaining and enticing, but the sum of its parts ends up significantly less realized than its full potential.

Annihilation (Review): A Delicious Dosage of What the F**k

Masterfully mind-bending, Annihilation will draw you back in again and again, even when you might not understand exactly what happened.