For Scotty G, Michael Myers in Halloween Kills is the purist representation of evil. But how is the rest of the movie?
While No Time To Die is a worthy addition to the franchise, it is far from being one of the great Bond films.
With its jokes and undeniable onscreen chemistry between its two leads, Disney’s Jungle Cruise is a refreshing throwback to adventure films of years past.
The Green Knight is a gorgeous, thoughtful, well-acted and finely crafted film that will make you feel a sense of wonder that is too often lacking in movies today.
The Suicide Squad is profane, over-the-top-violent and full of wonderful sequences, but Scotty G thinks it loses its way thanks to its excesses.
For all of its bluster, the F9 formula seems a bit tired and something needs to be done to reenergize the series
Black Widow is another solid entry in the MCU, even if the title character is upstaged in her own film.
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.
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.