I, Tonya - Movie Review

Wild, Whacky and unexpectedly entertaining

The Disaster Artist - Movie Review

The Disaster Artist has inspired me. Oh. Hi, Mark.

Wonder Wheel - Movie Review

Woody Allen’s Wonder Wheel is busted

The Shape of Water (2017) - Movie Review

A monster-sized masterpiece of mood and silky atmosphere

Valerian and the CIty of a Thousand Planets - Movie Review

Hang on tight, youthful flyboys!

Wind River - Blu-ray Review

You’re never safe in a Sheridan film.

Atomic Blonde - Movie Review

A certifiable blast!

Annabelle: Creation - Blu-ray Review

Thankfully, it’s quite terrifying. Seriously.

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Mudbound (2017) - Movie Review

Mudbound (2017) - Movie ReviewRacism, class, friendship, brotherhood, and man’s relentless struggle against the land come together poetically in filmmaker Dee Rees’ Mudbound, the spectacular follow-up to her 2011 debut feature, Pariah. Any thoughts of a lucky first strike with Pariah can be put to bed as Mudbound is ...

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Justice League (2017) - Movie Review

Justice League - Movie ReviewAs a lifelong reader of DC Comics, this newest entry into the DCEU should be a momentous occasion: the first film ever to depict all their marque characters together on the big screen. Having left the movie a couple of hours ago, if I had to sum up Justice League in one word,  ...

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Ruby (1977) - Blu-ray Review

Ruby (1977) - Blu-ray ReviewIf the unforgettable "skeletonized" ending doesn't get to you, Piper Laurie in a low-cut blazing red dress will. Nicky Rocco, over a decade after his violent murder, is indeed coming back to claim what is rightfully his.  But first he’s going to have to deal with the blind dude in the wheelchair and his...

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Between Night and Dawn: Limited Edition (1971-1973) - Blu-ray Review

Between Night and Dawn - Blu-ray ReviewWriter/director George A. Romero was so much more than that "zombie dude" with the "big goofy" glasses.  His legacy, stretching across four decades, is as tasty as a celebrated hound of horror’s best slobbered on bone.  From 1968’s Night of the Living Dead to the pre-production done ...

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Watch the Hilarious New Teaser Trailer for DEADPOOL 2

Deadpool 2 - Movie TrailerAfter surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry’s hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for ...

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Attack of the Puppet People (1958) - Bu-ray Review

Attack of the Puppet People (1958) - Blu-rayThere’s something really wrong with Mr. Franz (John Hoyt, When Worlds Collide).  He talks to the dolls in his office as if they were real people.  He even dresses them in all the latest fashions.  And what’s with the secret laboratory with the NO ADMITTANCE sign painted ...

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Cook-Off! (2017) - Movie Review

Cook-Off! - Movie ReviewA broadcast baking show gets roasted in Cook-Off!, a not-so-new comedy opening in select theaters and On Demand everywhere this Friday.  Originally filmed in 2007, Cook-Off! has long been baking in the oven.  Inexplicably so, it seems, too. ...

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Satan's Cheerleaders (1977) - Blu-ray Review

Satan's Cheerleaders (1977) - Blu-ray Review and DetailsRah! Rah! Rah!  Devil worshipping and ice-cold beer makes me want to cheer! First these cheerleaders touch and then they tackle.  These young girls mean business and Hell follows wherever they go, especially when they discover that Satanists in a small town in ...

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Darkman III: Die Darkman Die (1996) - Blu-ray Review

Darkman III: Die Darkman Die (1996) - Blu-ray ReviewThe world didn’t need a Darkman trilogy.  We got one, thanks to the Direct-To-Video  route, but both films in the series take our beloved and mostly insane Peyton Westlake down a kinder and gentler path in the narrative department, twisting the first film’s ending to  ...

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The Philadelphia Story: The Criterion Collection (1940) - Blu-ray Review

The Philadelphia Story: The Criterion Collection (1940) - Blu-rayHi-Ho Silver!

There aren’t many films as flawless in tone, performance, and spirit as The Philadelphia Story.  From beginning to end, director George Cukor’s film is perfectly balanced with charm and wit and, of course ...

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