Author Archive: Mathew Tyler Jordan

Mathew Tyler Jordan is an independent filmmaker, writer, and musician originally from a small village in Northern Ohio. Mathew made his way to Chicago, only after stopping in Southern Illinois to gain some experience and a little country inspiration, but he left with that and a little more. He is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago and is the founder of GamTimeTV in Cleveland.

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The Eyes of My Mother

The Eyes of My Mother

| March 7, 2017

The striking visuals and alienating atmosphere of The Eyes of My Mother is something that I will take with me until I die. It will be a lingering haunt that will creep up when I least expect it. It will ruin intimate moments with loved ones, family gatherings at birthday parties… possibly the birth of my […]

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Les Cowboys

Les Cowboys

| October 14, 2016

It’s a sprawling tale of loss but not of hope; Of the fervor of longing; the carrot dangling only slightly beyond grasp. Every moment a step closer yet still so far. That is the feeling that Les Cowboys gives me. The subtle intensity that bubbles just below the surface, causing such taut tension one can […]

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The Accountant

The Accountant

| October 7, 2016

If Jason Bourne and John Wick became sexually involved, and chose to become parents, they face a few challenges. First, how do two men have a child? Well they could adopt but what if they wanted something a little more personal than that? Something that truly came from them. Well, we now have a science […]

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The Last King

The Last King

| October 5, 2016

It’s very cool that this movie exists. As it were I believe there aren’t enough modern films made to retell past history. In the past few years there have been an immense overflow of remakes upon remakes but not enough new content telling old true stories. The Last King attempts to fill the void that […]

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Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday

| September 4, 2016

Happy Birthday! It’s 2016 and it’s your birthday. Imagine that your best friend baked you a luxuriously delectable devil’s food cake. Your friend even took some liberties and was clever with some elements of the recipe! You take your first bite. It’s delicious. It’s not a cake made by a professional but it’s definitely a […]

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Blood Cells

Blood Cells

| September 13, 2015

​To be completely honest and transparent to the reader this reviewer wants to state that the first time I watched Blood Cells I did not understand or enjoy it. This is a lot less to do with the film itself and more from the fact that when I read the description it read as a […]

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Beside Still Waters

Beside Still Waters

| April 14, 2015

By the time I finished watching the preview I was interested enough to watch this film, but I don’t think that I knew what I was going to be watching. There were a lot of things that it seemed to have going for it. The cast, mostly unknown, were charming and believable. The screen direction […]

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Legends of the Knight

Legends of the Knight

| November 24, 2014

I tend not to expect to be teary eyed when I watch a Batman film. I expect, rather, that I’ll be excited by action, enthralled with exposition, and surprised by a twist. Honestly, I can admit that I felt all of those emotions, but for different reasons. I am quite surprised by how the emotional […]

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Burt’s Buzz

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Burt’s Buzz

| June 23, 2014

“I’m less interested in what is in the inside of what I own than what it sits on.” – Burt Burt, of the Burt’s Bees company, has so many prime quotes that I could pull from this wonderfully crafted documentary that I could probably fill the word quota with just those, but instead I’ll leave […]

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Barefoot

Barefoot

| April 23, 2014

I actually did not hate this film…. I didn’t love it, but I did enjoy it at such a mundane level of awareness that I was able to watch the entire thing without my innards revolting. The film’s message is a bit obtuse, though I’ve seen worse messages produced more insultingly. Most of the time […]