Mike Pisacano

Mike is a contributing writer for Before the Cyborgs. A journalism graduate from SUNY Purchase, he has a passion for watching films and writing criticism. Follow him on Letterboxd (mike_pisacano) where you can keep track of his film watching habits

Review: A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place is a unique take on a horror premise from a promising voice, while still remaining familiar, in ways that most general audiences will appreciate, but still leaves a little to be desired.

Review: Pacific Rim: Uprising

Pacific Rim: Uprising Dilutes the Imagination of Guillermo Del Toro’s Original into a bland forgettable blockbuster

Making The Case: Lady Bird For Best Picture

Greta Gerwig's Lady Bird is a long shot for Best Picture come Oscar night but should it be? We make the case for Lady Bird to win Best Picture.

Review: Early Man is Another Hilarious, Charming Outing From Aardman Animation

Aardman Animation delivers another standout stop-motion picture that will surely fly under the radar but should not escape yours

Review: Cloverfield Paradox Lacks The Ambition Its Marketing Possesses

Netflix’s Surprise Post-Superbowl Release, The Cloverfield Paradox, Doesn’t Even Live Up to its Three Hours of Hype

Review: “The Road Movie” Is A Morbid Drive Through the Chaotic Streets of Russia

A clever inversion of traditional documentary filmmaking, The Road Movie is a one of a kind viewing experience.