Love, Simon - Movie ReviewSomething happened at my screening of Love, Simon that I’ve not experienced in a theater in quite some time… if ever. And it was beautiful. As the identity of the titular character’s secret crush was revealed to the audience near the end of the film, the entire theater burst into ...

Attack of the Southern Fried Zombies - Movie Review“But does anybody have any weed, though,” the hot lesbian redhead asks about 20-minutes into this low-budget horror flick. She’s being helpful, Boils and Ghouls, as three or four joints and a few beers are pretty much mandatory in appreciating this regional shocker from ...

Gringo (2018) - Movie ReviewGringo stars Thandie Newton, David Oyelowo, Joel Edgerton, Sharlto Copley, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, and many others. Very rarely does such a star-studded cast come together in a single film. Even more rarely does such a star-studded cast fail so miserably to breathe ...

Flay - Movie ReviewIt begins with a montage of old photographs. Native Americans at home on the land. That’s how Flay opens its color-drained canvas of horror. Don’t get comfortable, though. Whatever stirring and romanticized ideas you have about the old west will soon be jettisoned for good ...

The Midnighters - Movie ReviewNew Year’s Day couldn’t start any worse for the married couple at the center of this thriller from IFC Midnight. Kiddos, what happens in Midnighters, a tasty little hit job from The Ramsay Brothers, is proof positive of why you shouldn’t fool around and drive after drinking the night  ...

The Lullaby - Movie Review

And the cradle will rock. Motherhood is a game changer. You don’t have to be a woman to recognize that. The additional stress of a newborn overwhelms many young mothers. In director Darrell Roodt’s The Lullaby, though, we see an additional dark tinge to these trying times ...

Fifty Shades Freed - Movie ReviewSo, the mommy-porn trilogy that managed to bring leather flogs, sex swings, and fur-lined handcuffs into mainstream acceptance has finally reached its climactic end. Thank goodness! I never thought I would say this, but the thought of enduring even one more 30-foot-tall  ...

Monster Family - Movie ReviewGerman writer David Safier’s book, Happy Family, serves as the basis for this largely unsuccessful animated kids movie.  Okay, okay, so the team of three bats are sort of funny in a very limited way but, trust me, that’s it.  There’s a high probability that your young one might not  ...

Butcher the Bakers - Movie ReviewFor writer/director Tyler Amm, the third time really is the charm.  His latest horror/comedy is a certifiable blast of gut-busting humor and horror.  Butcher the Bakers crawls out from the stickier side of the theater and plops itself right in your lap.  You simply cannot ...

The Misguided - Movie ReviewLord Marmion of Fontenaye would be proud.  His quote from Sir Walter Scott's long romantic poem about tangled webs woven in the act of deception fits perfectly here with Shannon Alexander's drug-dealing The Misguided. ...

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