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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Down (2001) - Blu-ray Review

Down (2001) - Blu-rayCheeseburger!  Cheeseboiger!  Cheeseboiger! Everybody knows that machines don't get hungry.  They also can't reproduce or think for themselves.  Or can they? ...

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LBJ (2017) - Movie Review

LBJ (2017) - Movie ReviewSay what you will about Lyndon Baines Johnson. Yes, he was ornery. Yes, he was bullish. And yes, he was probably one of the most foul-mouthed and crude presidents in our nation’s hist... well, er... never mind. ...

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Slaughter High: Vestron Video Collector's Series (1986) - Blu-ray Review

Slaughter High: Vestron Video Collector's Series (1986) - Blu-ray ReviewSlaughter High, even for a b-movie, just barely gets a passing score.   Written and directed by George Dugdale, Mark Ezra and Peter Litten and co-starring Carmine Iannaccone and Gary Martin, this cult flick favorite survives the passing of the VHS-era of home ...

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Watch the Second Trailer for Daddy's Home 2

Daddys Home 2 - Movie TrailerIn the sequel to the 2015 global smash, father and stepfather, Dusty (Mark Wahlberg) and Brad (Will Ferrell) have joined forces to provide their kids with t he perfect Christmas. Their newfound partnership is put to the test when ...

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Let Her Out (2016) - Movie Review

Let Her Out - Movie ReviewWhat wickedness we do in utero! Burning with an intensity that speaks volumes, the opening ten or so minutes of Let Her Out might just very well be one of my favorite cinematic experiences this season.  Writer/Director Cody Calahan and ...

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Evil Toons (1992) - Blu-ray Review

Evil Toons - Blu-ray ReviewOpening by ripping off Evil Dead with its own talking book of the dead, Evil Toons announces itself early on as a dead end b-movie as David Carradine, looking all sorts of wizardly, hides in the shadows.  With a grim face and white straw-like hair, he casts a spell with his undead ...

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976-EVIL (1988) - Blu-ray Review

976-EVIL - Blu-ray Review"Thou shall not steal!  Thou shall not steal!" For anyone long overdue for some nasty revenge by way of a supernatural phone call, this is the film, warts and all, for you.  And all you have to do is pick up the phone and dial seven digits....

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Night School (1981) - Blu-ray Review

Night School (1981) - Blu-ray ReviewThere’s something funky tasting with the meat in this bowl of chili.  The owner of the restaurant wants to find out why.  He pours the vat of chili out into the sink.  It plop, plop, plops with thick gumminess as it hits the silver, trickling slowly out in clumps.  He sees nothing wrong ...

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Kill, Baby, Kill (1966) - Blu-ray Review

Kill, Baby, Kill - Blu-ray ReviewIf the opening moments of Kill, Baby, Kill aren’t enough to set you on edge, then I suppose nothing else in Mario Bava’s bloody good movie will either.  Move along, kid.  There’s literally nothing for YOU to see here if you remain unaffected by its suspense.  This film ...

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Summer of Fear (1978) - Blu-ray Review

Summer of Fear (1990) - Blu-ray ReviewPay attention, fools!  When a horse – broken, trained, and otherwise tame – has a nasty reaction to a person and then, later, breaks free from its pen and charges the same person, trying to stomp them into the ground, it usually means something.  That’s what happens to ...

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