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MOVIE REVIEW: A Haunted House

Film: A Haunted House Director: Michael Tiddes Writer: Marlon Wayans, Rick Alvarez Studio: IM Global Octane, Wayans Bros. Entertainment There are few things harder to sit through than bad comedy. When a drama isn’t as heartbreaking as it should be, or a horror not as gut-wrenching as the trailer promises, people get upset, but when […]



For The Love Of Film is UTG’s newest creation from film nerd and lover of all movies Justin Proper. Sometimes you need some help to figure out how to enjoy movies, and we are here to help! No longer will you need to fear movie night because your friends have no taste in film. With this […]


HOW BAD IS IT?! “Snow White And The Huntsman”

Head of the UTG film department and mastermind behind Reasonable Remakes, Justin Proper has brought us another new column. Ladies and gentleman, allow us to introduce you to: How Bad Is It? Movies are the number one source of entertainment according to a statistic I just made up. Everyone loves going to the movies. It’s a […]


DAMMIT: Dr. Acula Put On Their Serious Face, Release New Song

Victory Records’ Dr. Acula have released the first song off their forthcoming album. Entitled “Nation,” the track finds the group’s vocalists (because Victory loves bands with two vocalists) switching lines about the state of the nation and how everyone needs to band together while doing their best to scream worse than one another. You can […]


MOVIE REVIEW: Men In Black 3

Film: Men In Black 3 Starring: Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones Directed by: Barry Sonnenfeld Sitting in the AMC Loews Boston Commons Monday night, I found it hard to believe a decade had past since we last followed agents J and K into battle against forces from outer space. There was an excitement in the […]


MOVIE REVIEW: Battleship

Film: Battleship Director: Peter Berg Movie studios tend not to be celebrated for their tact, vision, or thoughtful approach to moviemaking. At least, not the bigger ones. So when word came in last year that we would be treated to a big-screen version of a largely defunct Hasbro game (am I the only one who […]



“f there is one thing we are learning in Summer 2011, it is that Hollywood can turn anything into a bad idea. It used to be people dreaded sequels, now we dread superhero films (thanks Green Lantern!) and after this weekend, some may even be more cautious of raunchy comedy. “