Film and Television Reviews

Here at FlickDirect, our goal is to provide up-to-date reviews on theatrical, home entertainment, and television series. Check out the scoop on upcoming films or programming, and even our take on the classics.

The Florida Project Blu-ray Review
The Florida Project   The Florida Project Blu-ray Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  20/02/2018 08:11 EST
Homelessness in the United States has reached staggering proportions and shattered our normal perception of what a homeless person looks like.  So often we automatically think of the bum on the street laying on a cardboard bed, the woman dressed in layers pushing around a shopping cart of old bags or blankets or the person at the street corner... Read More

Homeland Blu-ray Review
Homeland: The Complete Sixth Season   Homeland Blu-ray Review
(Maureen Buccellato)  19/02/2018 15:36 EST
From the beginning, Homeland has pulled viewers in with its intense storytelling and the ability to surprise viewers at any turn. From the romance and drama between Carrie Mathison and Nicholas Brody (and to his eventual demise) to the life-changing directions Danes' character has taken both personally and professionally, viewers have... Read More

Wonder 4K Ultra HD Review
Wonder   Wonder 4K Ultra HD Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  13/02/2018 08:32 EST
We have all heard the saying "kids can be cruel".  This is especially true for middle school-aged children.  They make fun of any little difference anyone displays and bully each other relentlessly.  So imagine being a nine-year-old boy with facial deformities who was previously homeschooled stepping out into the world of m... Read More

Day of the Dead: Bloodline Blu-ray Review
Day of the Dead: Bloodline   Day of the Dead: Bloodline Blu-ray Review
(Leonard Buccellato)  08/02/2018 16:43 EST
Day of the Dead: Bloodlines is the second remake of the bleak, George A. Romero film, released in 1985. This version of Day, Directed by Hèctor Hernández Vicens with the screenplay by Mark Tonderai and Lars Jacobson, brings us on the verge of humanity's destruction. Medical student Zoe Parker (S... Read More

A Bad Moms Christmas Blu-ray Review
A Bad Moms Christmas   A Bad Moms Christmas Blu-ray Review
(Jennifer Broderick)  06/02/2018 08:49 EST
Universal Pictures loves to give us interactive movies with which we can all relate and really immersive sequels.  A Bad Moms Christmas definitely fits into that category. While a little over the top and much exaggerated in the plot as to how moms react in real life, the underlying frustration of having to do it all and do it perfect... Read More

LBJ Blu-ray Review
LBJ   LBJ Blu-ray Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  06/02/2018 08:10 EST
Everyone knows the events of that fateful day in November 1963.  As President Kennedy's motorcade made its way down the street in Texas, shots rang out and numerous lives were changed forever.  Closely behind the President's car was Lyndon B. Johnson, Vice President of the United States.  Within hours, he would take the oath ... Read More

Gothic Blu-ray Review
Gothic   Gothic Blu-ray Review
(Leonard Buccellato)  30/01/2018 11:20 EST
Ken Russell (Altered States, The Devils) is possibly the most difficult Director to digest. He is, at once, profound and profane, simple and complex, acrimonious and pleasant. Ken Russell was many things, but boring was not one of them.  Gothic, starring Gabriel Byrne, Julian Sands, Natasha Richardson - in her first movie role, as well as Myri... Read More

Class of 1999 Blu-ray Review
Class of 1999   Class of 1999 Blu-ray Review
(Leonard Buccellato)  30/01/2018 11:01 EST
Class of 1999, from Mark L. Lester, the writer/director that brought us, Class of 1984, returns with the next installment of kids gone wild and this time the teachers are getting in on the action.  1999 is a heady mixture of  Mad Max meets  Terminator, meets  A Clockwork Orange. This is the quintessential Dri... Read More

Goodbye Christopher Robin Blu-ray Review
Goodbye Christopher Robin   Goodbye Christopher Robin Blu-ray Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  26/01/2018 15:06 EST
He was just a little boy and his bear living in the countryside of England. Who knew the stories of his moments at play would eventually become the most beloved book of all time. Not only did they bring a country, and the world, back from the depressing post wartime but also they have endured for almost 100 years. Unfortunately, for the real Christ... Read More

Geostorm Blu-ray Review
Geostorm   Geostorm Blu-ray Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  23/01/2018 10:07 EST
For the last 30 years, Global Warming and climate change have been discussed and debated.  Nowadays, they are at the forefront of almost any political conversation.  But what if we could resolve all of that?  What if we could launch satellites into the atmosphere that could control and alter weather patterns making our current climat... Read More

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