Scotty G returns to Biff Bam Pop! for 31 Days Of Horror and shares his picks for the scariest animated sequences in Disney history.
Scotty G is one of the most avid moviegoers we’ve ever met. He went to see Cats! On that note, we asked him to share his favourite movies in the 2010s. He didn’t disappoint.
The depiction of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, ‘First Man,’ is a treat for the eyes, but suffers an emotional coldness that hampers its connection with the audience.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga shine in the most recent iteration of ‘A Star is Born,’ but Sam Elliott is the one who deserves the highest praise.
Venom suffers from a slow start, but once the film gets rolling in the second act, it becomes a fun and entertaining addition to the superhero genre.
There’s not a single happy thing to be found in ‘The Happytime Murders,’ in which Melissa McCarthy makes a mess with some Muppets.
There is a lot to love and admire when watching Disney’s Christopher Robin, yet Scotty G never felt the film was clicking on all cylinders.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout is one of the best films that I have seen so far this year. It has great action, a strong script, and characters that you care about.
The best way to describe Skyscraper is to say that it is a cross between The Towering Inferno and Die Hard, but the question is, will it be entertaining?
The latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe has hit theater screens, but is ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ worth shrinking your wallet for? Minor spoilers ahead in this review!
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the most disappointing film that I have seen this summer. The characters are not interesting, the scares are really not that scary, and no one seems to be having any fun on the screen.
Pixar’s favourite superhero family returns to the big screen 14 years after the original film was released and I’m happy to report that Incredibles 2 was worth the wait.