A Side Trip into Neuroticism: ‘Glass’ and Human Potential

*Warning: SPOILERS for Glass!* If you’ve ever read any of my Side Trip pieces, it would be immediately obvious, dear reader, that I suffer from low self esteem. Lately I’ve been taking steps to better myself in ways that I feel are necessary, with the help of a habit-tracking app. For the last eleven weeks,Continue reading “A Side Trip into Neuroticism: ‘Glass’ and Human Potential”

M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘The Visit’: I Swear the Twist is Great and Somewhat Unpredictable (review)

Becca and Tyler are two teens whose mother (Kathryn Hahn) has shipped them off to stay with her estranged parents for a week. Nana and Pop Pop seem nice enough, but their behavior soon turns odd. Pop Pop is paranoid and quick to anger, while Nana tends to crawl on all fours, laugh hysterically atContinue reading “M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘The Visit’: I Swear the Twist is Great and Somewhat Unpredictable (review)”

John Erick Dowdle’s ‘Devil’ is a Hell of a Good Time (review)

Sometimes the Devil likes to torture people before taking their souls, so he gets them in a group, hides among them, and really freaks them out. One such group is comprised of Vince (Geoffrey Arend), a con artist, Jane (Jenny O’Hara), a snobby middle-aged woman, Ben (Bokeem Woodbine) a security guard with a violent temper,Continue reading “John Erick Dowdle’s ‘Devil’ is a Hell of a Good Time (review)”