News of the World - Movie Review

A story of home and hearth

One Night in Miami - Movie Review

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a smarter film this year.

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Smart as a Whip

Ammonite - Movie Review

Forces us to work way too hard

Lord of the Rings Trilogy - 4K UHD Review

Legendary

Infidel - Blu-ray Review

Both intriguing and confounding

Tenet - 4K UHD Review

An eye-popping spectacle

The New Mutants - 4K Blu-ray Review

Too many cooks? Who knows?

Palm Springs - Movie Review

The Hustle (2019)Hulu and Neon had no way of anticipating the future relevance of the film the pair snatched up at Sundance back in January. Considered quite a risk to shell out $22 million plus for a time-loop romantic comedy anticipated to be a long shot theatrical bet at best and a risky streaming hit ...

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See Sharks Attack From the Sky in New Trailer for SKY SHARKS

Sky SharksRemember this one? The long-gestating germ-of-an-idea called Sky Sharks first pinged our radars back in 2016 with a lot of buzz and a short teaser trailer which was soon followed by a series of posters released through the following years. ...

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Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema, Volume II: The Price of Fear (1956) - Blu-ray Review

Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema, Volume II: Thunder On The Hill (1951)

In which the nuns get it done! Thanks to the crackling cinematography of William H. Daniels (Six Bridges to Cross, Harvey, Winchester ‘73) and the performance of Claudette Colbert as Sister Mary who is haunted by the past, Thunder On The Hill roars off the screen with a fury that is relatively unmatched  ...

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Invasion Earth - Movie Review

Invasion EarthBloody Hell!  We’re not but three minutes into Invasion Earth and the lasers are already firing as two scientists flee for their lives after discovering that honest to goodness aliens are, as they mistakenly think, three months away from entering Earth’s orbit.  Nope!  The suckers are already here ...

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Limbo - Movie Review

LimboConcerning the Afterlife, that’s what comes to mind immediately upon hearing the title of Writer/Director Mark Young’s Limbo.  The old bluegrass song, Old Devil, which plays across the title sequence is your next clue as to what this dark comedy is about as a murderer wakes up to find himself  ...

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Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits (1971 - 1978) - Blu-ray Review

Bruce Lee Greatest Hits Blu-rayIt is no understatement to suggest that Bruce Lee’s return to Hong Kong, after America refused to make him a star, was the best thing for his career.  Lee was pissed off; frustrated by Hollywood’s inherent racism and refusal to put any faith in the idea that an Asian could ever carry a profitable film ...

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Brutal Massacre: A Comedy (2007) - Blu-ray Review

Brutal Massacre: A Comedy (2007)What has the world come to when the director of Sasquatch at the Mall can't get a gig? That's what horror auteur Harry Penderecki is wondering. Once considered a horror legend, with a string of hits like Bowel Movement, People Pesticide and I'll Take the Ring Back and the Finger Too, he now finds himself  ...

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Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema, Volume II: Thunder On The Hill (1951) - Blu-ray Review

Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema, Volume II: Thunder On The Hill (1951)

In which the nuns get it done! Thanks to the crackling cinematography of William H. Daniels (Six Bridges to Cross, Harvey, Winchester ‘73) and the performance of Claudette Colbert as Sister Mary who is haunted by the past, Thunder On The Hill roars off the screen with a fury that is relatively unmatched  ...

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First Cow - Movie Review

First CowCapitalism may have first planted its roots in the wealth centers of the American northeast in the founding days of the country, but the greedy tentacles of supplying the new world’s demand soon enough reached far beyond to such places as the Oregon territories. That's the setting and the narrative drive  ...

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The Last Five Days - Movie Review

The Last Five DaysThe new comedy starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson called The Hustle is an almost identical remake of the 1988 classic comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels which starred Michael Caine and Steve Martin - itself a remake of Marlon Brando’s Bedtime Story. I say “almost” because  ...

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