REVIEW: Friday [1995]

“Ya’ll ain’t never got two things that match” By age twenty Ice Cube had proven himself an originator of gangsta rap with the seminal Straight Outta Compton from N.W.A and AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted as a solo artist. Two years later his role in Boyz n the Hood garnered enough critical acclaim to cement the Los […]

REVIEW: Straight Outta Compton [2015]

“Speak a little truth and people lose their minds” NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton is a conventional biopic. And I hate conventional biopics. It’s therefore a good thing its story is anything but. Between its time period containing an excess of racial and political strife to the void of a black voice filled by rap […]

FILM MARATHON: Schrembs’ Spotlight Series #1: Armed and Dangerous [1986]

The Schrembs’ Spotlight Series Premise: In recent years, I have made a conscious effort to try and improve upon the quality of movies I watch on a week-to-week basis. My intentions were certainly good, however, when push came to shove I pretty much failed on all levels. Big name blockbuster films won’t make their way […]