About Dan Gvozden

Dan Gvozden Do you remember that dorky kid from elementary school who loved movies and comic books? Dan's him, but an adult... well in most senses of the word. All that matters is that he's an aficionado of all things pop culture and wants to share his interests with the world.



Author Archives: Dan Gvozden

STORKS – REVIEW

October 8th, 2016 | by Dan Gvozden

Growing up, I looked forward to Saturday mornings above all things. First, it meant no school, no responsibilities and the


DON’T BREATHE – REVIEW

October 8th, 2016 | by Dan Gvozden

Earlier this year, attending the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, I noticed a curious listing for a film in the


GHOSTBUSTERS – REVIEW

October 8th, 2016 | by Dan Gvozden

The specter of the original 1984 comedy hit Ghostbusters looms large over the recently released, gender-swapped reboot of the same


TICKLED – REVIEW

October 8th, 2016 | by Dan Gvozden

When famous New Zealand documentarian David Farrier discovered a YouTube video about “competitive endurance tickling,” he had no idea that


FINDING NEMO – REVIEW

October 8th, 2016 | by Dan Gvozden

In the 13 years since Finding Nemo, Pixar, the creators of that fantastical undersea wonderland, have seen both their highest


THE NICE GUYS – REVIEW

May 24th, 2016 | by Dan Gvozden

In writer/director Shane Black’s (Lethal Weapon, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) latest action-comedy flick, The Nice Guys, the best moments feature


THE JUNGLE BOOK – REVIEW

April 30th, 2016 | by Dan Gvozden

There’s something quite eerie about Disney’s latest obsession with turning their kid-friendly cartoon animations into photorealistic, live-action recreations. In the


10 CLOVERFIELD LANE – REVIEW

March 30th, 2016 | by Dan Gvozden

Alfred Hitchcock once famously described his interpretation of the difference between “suspense” and “surprise” by describing two similar and yet


GODS OF EGYPT – REVIEW

March 2nd, 2016 | by Dan Gvozden

We’ve all had the experience of walking through a mall and coming upon a standalone booth selling foreign martial arts


SON OF SAUL – REVIEW

February 4th, 2016 | by Dan Gvozden

While the size of the screen in Hungarian director Laszlo Nemes’ Son of Saul is uncharacteristically small compared to the



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