Miyazaki Returns; Ghibli Resurrected

DM Haight   Yesterday we began receiving reports that Hayao Miyazaki, the world renowned Japanese animator of such classics as Spirited Away and My Neighbor Totoro, would be coming out of retirement to make one last film. The report was broken by a...

Ghost in the Shell Official Trailer

KineCritical Staff   In March 2017 Rupert Sanders' vision of the 1995 Mamoru Oshii classic will hit screens globally. We've seen the snippets, we've seen the fan trailers, and we've heard the outcry. But now it's time for Hollywood to show us what it...

Wonder Woman

KineCritical Staff   The official Wonder Woman trailer has arrived. Could this be DC's turn around film? We're certainly hoping...

“Before the Flood”: A Sense of Urgency

DM Haight   I have always found documentaries on climate change fascinating. Be it about Bees or Al Gore on a stage, the facts delivered are always so resounding that it still surprises me when I see a new documentary coming out. Shouldn't we be...

Podcast Episode 3: Halloween Edition

KineCritical Staff   Join us for our third Episode of the KineCritical Podcast: Halloween Edition! This episode we discuss our favorite Halloween films across the history of cinema. From Universal Horror to underrated contemporary classics, we...

“The Damned Thing”

KineCritical Staff   We are very proud to announce the first teaser trailer for our production: The Damned Thing. For more info and updates visit us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Like, Share, and...

KineCritical Episode 1

KineCritical Staff   Welcome to our inaugural podcast! Episode one features Mike Determan, Steve Bullin, and DM Haight as they cover topics like Takei and Sulu, Guardians of the Galaxy, discussions on 80's comedies, Video Game Movies, and...

“American Pop”: Rebellion and Transformation

Stephen J. Bullin American Pop illustrates American culture in a patrilineal model, what is passed is always a step removed and abstracted from the mother as original source and never achieving authenticity. The distinct and present absence of the maternal...