Who Am I? That’s a good question! My name is Collin Harnishfeger and I’m currently a sophomore attending Bowling Green State University. I’m majoring in film studies and I haven’t figured out my major but there’s still time, right? Anyways, my entire life revolves around movies. I began to actively watch movies in my early teens and I found a sense of comfort with watching … Continue reading Welcome to Box Office Poison!
Autumn Sonata is a testament to Ingrid’s devotion to her work. Continue reading Autumn Sonata: Ingrid Bergman’s Best Performance
Luc Besson’s Valerian is a breathtaking showcase of special effects but leaves much to be desired. Continue reading ‘Valerian’ Review: City of a Thousand Misfires
Rise of the Planet of the Apes released in 2011 began the rebooted franchise that almost no one wanted. The result was a surprisingly decent blockbuster that pushed the boundaries of CGI. The sequel, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, astonished viewers with a visually engaging film grounded by strong emotional performances both by the humans and apes. Matt Reeves returning to direct the … Continue reading War for the Planet of the Apes Review: A Satisfying Conclusion to an Audacious Trilogy
Spider-Man: Homecoming, while not perfect, is one of the best Marvel movies and the closest we’ll get to a film adaptation of the Ultimate Spider-Man series. Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming – The Best Spider-Man Film Since 2004
In the 1968 film Rosemary’s Baby, young couple Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse move into an apartment complex to start a family. Soon after, Rosemary begins to suspect her and her unborn child aren’t safe around her unusual neighbors. As the film progresses, Rosemary suspects her husband is involved with the neighbors in a plot to take her child to use in their satanic coven. What … Continue reading Why Rosemary’s Baby is an Effective Psychological Horror Movie