Bohemian Rhapsody - Movie ReviewThere are few people in the world who don’t know the name Freddie Mercury, whether you’re a fan of Queen, born after he died, or have lived in a cave forever. As someone born the same year as one of Queen’s greatest hits, the title of this movie, it’s seems impossible  ...

Time Trap - Movie ReviewTime travel.  It is a tricky subject in film, offering ANY and EVERY chance for continuity errors in logic and in the script.  Usually, we give its treatment, warts and all, a pass when it comes bouncing down the halls of science fiction from time to time.  USUALLY.  Only when ...

President Evil (2018) - Movie ReviewThe hair. The orange face. The tiny hands. And the number of former aides all indicted in the Trump-Russia probe.  It is all here in President Evil, a parody of John Carpenter’s Halloween by way of some really sharp political satire ...

Air Strike (2018) - Movie ReviewIt turns out that money laundering allegations can’t keep a movie supported by Mel Gibson, as an artistic consultant, from missing its release date here in America.  Weird how that works ...

My Pet DinosaurMy Pet Dinosaur, with its “kids on bikes racing government officials” familiar patterns, definitely wears its influences upon its sleeves.  It wants so much to be up there with the classics, but the imitation – and the shoddy production – just keeps this predictable and yawning  ...

Johnny Gruesome - Movie ReviewBeing a high school student completely sucks.  Just ask Johnny Grissom (Anthony De La Torre).  No one understands him.  He’s a teenage rebel, for sure, and loses his shit over Manowar albums and really twisted horror flicks.  Hell, this dude could have been a friend of mine  ...

The Queen of Hollywood BoulevardDavid Lynch.  Russ Meyer. Roger Corman. Orson Welles.  The influences of the directors who helped inspire the somewhat tortured (and tragic) reign of The Queen of Hollywood Blvd are spotted throughout the elegance of  Orson Oblowitz's tale of blood and neon  ...

Betrayed - Movie ReviewWriter/director Harley Wallen (Moving Parts) is back behind the camera.  This time he is handling the subject of human trafficking.  Unfortunately, the strong production values and sureness behind the camera can’t overcome a weak script and even weaker performances  ...

First Man (2018) - Movie ReviewPerhaps the only task more difficult than putting a man on the moon and returning him safely to Earth is making an interesting film about the rather uninteresting man who first set foot on the lunar surface. Yet Damien Chazelle (La La Land) does just that with his First  ...

A Star is Born (2018) - Movie ReviewThroughout A Star is Born, Bradley Cooper’s character growls out the lyrics “Maybe it’s time to let the old ways die” with a crooning intimacy that lays the familiar groundwork for what’s at play in his film about two stars passing in the night; one fading away, the other  ...

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