Reel Society

Reviews for the latest movies in theaters and on DVD.

Posts by Month: September, 2008

Eagle Eye

Review by Patrick Hodges This, folks, is why I love going to the movies. It’s been just over two...

Choke

  Review by Paul Edwards Choke, the new well-acted comedy/drama based on Chuck Palahniuk’s bo...

Lakeview Terrace

  Review by Tony DiVincenzo “Welcome to the neighborhood mutha^&$#@*” Alright, so that...

Igor

  Review by Patrick Hodges Let me say this up front: Igor is NOT a Tim Burton movie. It is...

Ghost Town

  Review by Patrick Hodges I just recently saw Ghost Town on DVD, and was actually quite su...

Elite Squad

  Review by Eoin O’Faolain Film and politics have never sat well together. Indeed, Hollywoo...

Battle in Seattle

Review by David Tredler Actors trying their hand at directing have become a common trend in Holly...

A Thousand Years of Good Prayers

  Review by David Tredler Wayne Wang has been off my radar for quite a few years. When a Hong...

Burn After Reading

  Review by David Ranscht If you go into Burn After Reading expecting a typical wry/dark come...

Righteous Kill

  Review by Patrick Hodges Riddle me this:  how many Hollywood icons does it take to scr...

Bangkok Dangerous

  Review by Patrick Hodges I’m supposed to hate Nicolas Cage, right? With only a scarce few ...

Mister Foe (Hallam Foe)

Review by David Tredler Hallam Foe is a strange 17 year-old young lad. Living in a beautiful mansio...

A Secret

Review by David Tredler   A week after the opening of Babylon A.D. (an adaptation of a cult F...