Theatrical, Streaming, Physical Media Reviews

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

Edward Scissorhands
Allison Rose | Oct 23, 2015
It’s difficult to believe this film premiered 25 years ago, but this anniversary edition allows older audiences to introduce a new generation to the gentle, childlike Scissorhands while teaching a lesson on accepting those who are different. 
Full Review | Grade: B
The Last Witch Hunter
Allison Rose | Oct 22, 2015
While The Last Witch Hunter started off intriguing, it ended on a whimper that left me feeling unsatisfied and disappointed. Not the worst film ever, but certainly not even close to the best.
Full Review | Grade: C
Jem and the Holograms
Allison Rose | Oct 22, 2015
I can’t, in good conscience, recommend this movie to anyone other than soccer moms who are looking to have a mommy/daughter “date” with their little girl before she hits teenagedom
Full Review | Grade: D
Steve Jobs
Paul Kates | Oct 22, 2015
To label a film biopic can sometimes be a little misleading. There is always a case for artistic license to emphasis part of the production, and this may be the case of Danny Boyle's (Trainspotting, Trance) latest offering, Steve Jobs.
Full Review | Grade: B
Back In Time
Allison Rose | Oct 20, 2015
Everything old is new again, so it seems.  Clinton and Bush are running for President, everyone is waiting for the release of Star Wars, and Arnold Schwarzenegger is starring in Terminator.  People are going crazy for nostalgia and the buzz this month is all about Back To The Future.
Full Review | Grade: B
The Following: The Complete Third Season
Sean Ferguson | Oct 19, 2015
The Following was a brilliant and addictive series! Season one will still be my favorite and from there it went a bit downhill….just not so dramatically until episode 40!
Full Review | Grade: C
Home Alone Ultimate Collector's Edition
Allison Rose | Oct 19, 2015
For anyone who enjoyed the series and wants a little bit of holiday nostalgia, this paint can is a terrific way to relive it all.  For the formidable collector, it would be a welcome addition and a perfect holiday gift. 
Full Review | Grade: B
Mike Tyson Mysteries: The Compete First Season
Maureen Buccellato | Oct 19, 2015
The intelligent, yes, intelligent, humor combined with references to Mike Tyson's real life make for a very entertaining and unique watch.
Full Review | Grade: B
Goosebumps
Allison Rose | Oct 16, 2015
While it’s interesting to see how the writers incorporated so many of Stein’s characters into one film, the overall plot of the movie leaves something to be desired. The story is simple and void of much detail, but since the target audience is under the age of 16, simple is probably better in this case.
Full Review | Grade: B
Bridge of Spies
Allison Rose | Oct 15, 2015
For children of the 50’s, Bridge of Spies will be a nostalgic look back at a time when the world was a very different place.  For those of us from younger generations, it will be an interesting view of world events from when communism overran half of Germany.
Full Review | Grade: A

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