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.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow Blu-ray Review
DC's Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Third Season   DC's Legends of Tomorrow Blu-ray Review
(Jennifer Broderick)  27/09/2018 11:40 EDT
DC's Legends of Tomorrow:  The Complete Third Season changed its plot just a little bit this season and its focus brings a fresh perspective to its Third Season.  Usually, the Legends are chasing bad guys but they messed up in Season Two, fractured their timeline, and created anachronisms – 21 to be exact- that they need to correct ... Read More

Small Foot Theatrical Review
Small Foot   Small Foot Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  26/09/2018 14:42 EDT
For years people have searched far and wide for the elusive Yeti/Bigfoot.  Some say it doesn't exist.  Others claim to have seen it.  What if it really does exist and believes WE humans are the fictional creatures?  Warner Bros. Animation brings this concept to life in their latest animated feature Small Foot. Set in the Himalay... Read More

American Psycho 4K Ultra HD Review
American Psycho   American Psycho 4K Ultra HD Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  25/09/2018 11:46 EDT
In 1991 Bret Easton Ellis brought us his novel about a Wall Street serial killer called American Psycho.  It was not without controversy and many retailers refused to stock it in their stores.   It is disturbing while mildly satirical as it mocks both the gluttony of the 1980's Wall Street and the depravity of a sick, murderous mind. ... Read More

The Punisher 4K Ultra HD Review
The Punisher   The Punisher 4K Ultra HD Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  25/09/2018 10:04 EDT
The Punisher made his debut in Marvel Comics The Amazing Spider-Man #129 Comic Book in 1974.  When he arrived he was a vigilante and deadly but certainly no saint or superhero. He murdered, kidnapped, extorted, coerced and did almost anything necessary to rid the world of criminals including the Mob family that killed his wife and children.&nb... Read More

X-Men 4K Ultra HD Review
X-men Trilogy Box Set   X-Men 4K Ultra HD Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  25/09/2018 09:13 EDT
In 1963 a group of mutants first made their appearance in Marvel Comic Books.  They were called the X-Men.  Almost forty years later the first feature film about this group of beings with extraordinary powers made its way to theaters. Directed by Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects) it was pretty well received by critics and audiences alike.... Read More

The Gifted DVD Review
The Gift: The Complete First Season   The Gifted DVD Review
(Nathan M Rose)  24/09/2018 16:38 EDT
Back in 2000 comic book films changed forever with the release of Brian Singer's (Bohemian Rhapsody) X-MEN film. The film was followed by two sequels, two Wolverine films, and a secondary trilogy that solidified its "cinematic universe".  Now the X-Men cinematic universe has come to television in the form of The Gifted.Set in an alte... Read More

Solo: A Star Wars Story 4K Ultra HD Review
Solo: A Star Wars Story   Solo: A Star Wars Story 4K Ultra HD Review
(Eric English)  24/09/2018 16:04 EDT
There are no doubt countless stories to be told in the densely rich Universe of Star Wars. Its iconic characters, as well as its fringe ones, are household names beloved by generations. After exploring the destinies of a group of unknown rebels in the highly acclaimed Rouge One, the Disney machine churns out an enjoyable, if unnecessary, introspect... Read More

Gotti Blu-ray Review
Gotti   Gotti Blu-ray Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  22/09/2018 21:14 EDT
The Dapper Don/The Teflon Don that is what the media dubbed him.  Mafia Boss is what authorities called him. To some, he was a criminal to others he was a savior who kept their streets clean from drugs and violence.  I ironically he rose through the ranks of the mafia by committing heinous criminal acts including murder.  whoever he ... Read More

Love, Gilda Theatrical Review
Love, Gilda   Love, Gilda Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  20/09/2018 15:48 EDT
Gilda Radner was born in Detroit Michigan in 1946. She lost her father to a brain tumor when she was 14 and dropped out of college to follow her boyfriend at the time to Canada.  There she became part of an acting troupe and eventually joined The Second City comedy troupe.  In 1974 she was part of the National Lampoon's Radio Hour alo... Read More

Supergirl Blu-ray Review
Supergirl: The Complete Third Season   Supergirl Blu-ray Review
(Jennifer Broderick)  19/09/2018 16:19 EDT
As always, DC knows how to bring the superhero to the screen.  Supergirl is one of DC's more recent television endeavors, having completed its third season and having audiences waiting on pins and needles for the upcoming season.  As in the prior seasons, Supergirl is a story rich in relationships, romances, and sci-fi. By the end of ... Read More

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