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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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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.

How Faulty Worldbuilding Ruined the Harry Potter Movies

The success of the Harry Potter franchise cannot be understated, but its movies fall short in bringing the biggest strength of the wizarding world to life: the worldbuilding.

Ambulance (Review): Michael Bay ’s Formula Hits Home This Time

After over a decade of creating laughing stocks of cinema, Michael Bay may have gained not a redemption but a respite with Ambulance.

All the Live-Action Batman Suits Ranked (From Worst to Best)

With The Batman still hot in theaters, we have poked through the Dark Knight’s wardrobe and ranked all Batman suits though his live-action series.

Blacklight (Review): Sorry, I Blacked Out.

People are already tired of “Liam Neeson kills everyone” action movies …and Blacklight will certainly…

The 355 (Review): …wait, what were we talking about again?

The 355 is a mix of great elements from great spy movies, coupled with a great cast – creating a product that is significantly less than the sum of its parts.

Sword Art Online Progressive: Aria of a Starless Night (Review) : A Beta Test of a Good Movie

While possessing a perfectly enjoyable charm, Sword Art Online Progressive: Aria of a Starless Night struggles with a few glitches in its writing and its focus.