Articles by Jeff Evans

‘Good Luck Chuck’ may cause upchucking

One word to describe this movie- raunchy. But this should be the least of your worries, unless you’d be interesting in watching a movie that is so repulsive, you’d swear sex off for days, or even weeks.

‘The Brave One’ fights for revenge

In 1974, Charles Bronson made it cool to take out deserving criminals and would-be muggers in his award-winning “Death Wish.” Now, it only seems fair that a female take her turn at being a one-woman vigilante squad that takes the law into her own hands.

“Vacancy” gives a vacancy of originality

Why does it seem that all horror movies these days follow the same plot lines and contain the same clichés?

Disturbia: How well do you know your neighbors?

From the looks of it, “Disturbia” appears to be another teeny-bopper movie for high-strung teenagers looking for a little scare (the PG-13 rating might tip you off). On the contrary, “Disturbia” was consistently suspenseful and entertaining.

Anberlin’s new CD, “Cities” is best yet

Anberlin has remained a relatively unknown band to the mainstream media. The quintet out of Orlando, FL formed in 2002 and was quickly signed to the Indie label, Tooth & Nail Records. Today, Anberlin remains one of the label’s strongest selling artists along with fellow label mates MxPx, Emery and Underoath.

“Hannibal Rising” Doesn’t rise to expectations

The return of Hannibal the Cannibal was inevitable. (Ha-Ha!) What intends to be an epic prequel to the trilogy of “The Silence of the Lambs," “Hannibal," and “Red Dragon" only turns out to be a sad excuse to build upon the franchise.