Author: Matt Sully

Long-time movie fanatic, Matt Sully has written several screenplays, produced / directed / edited short films, and has written a historical fiction novel entitled Father’s Creed. He’s working on his second novel, a sci-fi thriller called Ghost City. Follow his chronicles as a first-time novelist:

Black Horror Cinema

Aside from Blaxploitation movies of the 70s like Blacula and one-offs like Vampire in Brooklyn, black horror has been largely ignored at the box office, and the coveted horror franchise has been elusive.


A minimalist sci-fi concept movie that is well-executed and compelling.

Training Day

This movie has a look and feel that is immersive and tense, and despite Fuqua’s continued and celebrated career, Training Day set a bar that I doubt he’ll ever reach again.

Stranger Than Fiction

There is something special about comedians playing dramatic roles, and Will Ferrell in Stranger Than Fiction is truly special.

The MacGuffin

The MacGuffin has fueled the creativity of filmmakers for decades. It has sent heroes running into danger and villains on murderous rampages.


A dark, unapologetic descent into the world of violence in journalism.

Attack the Block

An alien invasion movie with a fun, focused POV and a young ensemble cast that avoids that teen movie vibe.

Alphabet Soup

I still often use the term ‘B Movie,’ without considering its origins or the possibility there are other letter designations for subpar filmmaking. There are.

Léon: The Professional

This movie is the perfect blend of action and drama, and the character exploration is what sets it apart as a top-tier movie.


This documentary follows Jerry Seinfeld returning to stand-up after his retirement from the hit sit-com Seinfeld. Along with stand-up newcomer Orny Adams and several stand-up veterans, we’re shown the method and misery behind this mad profession.

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