Rampage - Movie Review

Really big. And really dumb. And, yes, really fun

Beirut - Movie Review

wrings captivating mystery, adventure, and danger from a genre in bad need of resuscitation

A Quiet Place - Movie Review

Makes a whole lot of noise in the horror genre.

Ready Player One - Movie Review

Spielberg makes this chaos work.

Proud Mary - Blu-ray Review

Bang. Bang. Shoot. Shoot. With results this forgettable, who really cares?

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - Blu-ray Review

Everything works

Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Blu-ray Review

A confident, thrilling and unpredictable new entry into the Star Wars saga.

Downsizing (2017) - Blu-ray Review

Alexander Payne suffers a considerably significant stumble

Beirut (2018) - Movie Review

Beirut (2018) - Movie ReviewJust how dangerous was the city of Beirut back in 1982? Dangerous enough that hotel guests were often asked in jest, “Artillery side or car-bomb side?” when checking in for a stay in the civil-war-ravaged city. By the early ‘80s, the city had become a shell of its once-thriving self due  ...

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Rampage (2018) - Movie Review

Rampage (2018) - Movie ReviewRampage is really big. And really dumb. And, yes, really fun. The film works because NEVER EVER does it take itself seriously. How could it?! After all, this is a film whose only requirement is that it have a giant lizard (er, alligator), a giant wolf, and a giant ape pulverizing buildings into ...

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Superbeast (1972) - Blu-ray Review

Superbeast (1972) - Blu-ray ReviewRob Zombie’s “ragged they come and the ragged they kill” opening line of his own take on Superbeast scored big numbers for him back in 1998. Hell, it still does to this day; the song is now regarded as one of his best. His homage to this wacky B-movie, now making its ...

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Enigma Rosso AKA Red Rings of Fear (1978) - Blu-ray Review

Enigma Rosso AKA Red Rings of Fear (1978) - Blu-ray ReviewThis is a film in which a rollercoaster becomes an interrogation scene.  Effectively shot and all sorts of dangerous, Enigma Rosso has arrived.  Ah, the student body. A little less noise, girls. Keep it down. Keep. It. Down. ...

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The Psychopath (1966) - Blu-ray Review

Psychopath - Blu-ray

Dolls, why’d it have to be dolls? At seventeen minutes into this thriller, we get to see an investigator – already at a loss for the murders happening – stumble into a red room that is full of some of the most disturbing dolls you have ever seen. Up close in one that is dressed ...

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Insidious: The Last Key (2017) - Blu-ray Review

insidious last key artLook, if this is THE END of the Insidious series, then okay, I can live with it. After all, Insidious: The Last Key gives Lin Shaye (as parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier) more room to shine than ever before. She does, too. Even if the script and the directing is bit of a dullard, she  ...

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The Soultangler (1987) - DVD Review

The Soultangler - Blu-ray review

“After life. After death. The madness begins.” It is the poor delivery of that opening line that seals the deal in this shot-on-video ultra trashy flick. The Soultangler, directed by Pat Bishow, is the real deal when it comes to super sticky SINema from the other side of the aisle. Thankfully, we have ...

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The Outer Limits: Season One (1963-1964) - Blu-ray Review

The Outer Limits: Season One (1963-1964) - Blu-ray ReviewCampy. Hard. Serious. Weird. Whatever word you use to describe your interpretation of this benchmark television show, just know that you aren’t wrong. The Outer Limits, for a large portion of us, continues to be EVERYTHING.  The Twilight Zone, as awesome as ...

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Three O'Clock High: Collector's Edition (1987) - Blu-ray Review

Three O'Clock High (1987) - Blu-ray ReviewThank God for Shout Select. Their resurrection of Three O’Clock High, the very apex of cinematic psychological fear and terror when it comes to High School flicks, is to be worshiped. John Hughes did great things for teenagers in the 1980s but, when it comes to ...

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A Quiet Place - Movie Review

A Quiet Place (2018) - Movie ReviewThe horror genre is going to some interesting new places of late. With the recent critical and box office success of last year’s Get Out, the acceptance of last month’s intoxicating mind trip Annihilation, and now with A Quiet Place’s rousing world premier at Austin’s SXSW  ...

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