Superfly (2018) - Movie Review

Superfly? More like super why?!

Tag (2018) - Movie Review

An awkwardly disjointed game

Ocean's 8 (2018) - Movie Review

The con is back on!

Won't You Be My Neighbor - Movie Review

Powerful stuff

Annihilation - Blu-ray Review

A strangely intoxicating mind trip of an adventure

Winchester - Blu-ray Review

Winchester misfires

Black Panther - Blu-ray Review

Now on sparkling blu-ray

12 Strong - Blu-ray Review

A solid entry in the genre.

Malatesta's Carnival of Blood (1973) - Blu-ray Review

Malatesta's Carnival of Blood (1973) - Blu-ray ReviewSurrender.  Forget the common and known world.  Once you enter the wild and wacky world of Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood, life, as you know it, becomes permanently altered.  There is a dream but you are not the dreamer ...

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The Witch Who Came From the Sea (1976) - Blu-ray Review

The Witch Who Came From the Sea - Blu-ray ReviewIt begins on a beach.  A woman is laughing.  She’s seeing all the muscles on display; the men hulking out in their shorts on the beach.  Lots of ogling is going on.  And she starts to laugh.  She sees them working out and then she sees them with blood spurting out of fresh ...

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Étoile (1989) - Blu-ray Review

Etoile - Blu-ray ReviewThis theatre is damned!  Sorry, Aronofsky, you aren’t as unique as was once thought.  Étoile reveals all the reasons why. With Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake” at its center, Étoile – a rather enigmatic movie concerning ghosts, satanic possessions, and ballerinas – provides  ...

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GET OUT and CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Dominate the Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards

Get OutGet Out, writer/director Jordan Peele's darkly funny horror film and Call Me By Your Name, the story of a young boy who meets a visiting American while on vacation with his family, took home the lion's share of prizes as the Kansas City Film Critics Circle handed out their 52nd Annual James Loutzenhizer Awards for the best in film for 2017.

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Code of Silence (1985) - Blu-ray Review

Code of Silence - Blu-ray ReviewChi-Town.  Karate.  Chuck Norris.  And a killer soundtrack from David Michael Frank. Is there anything – and this includes the synthesized score – that Code of Silence doesn’t get right?  It is both character driven and intense, filling each scene with violence and ...

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Descent into Darkness: My European Nightmare (2017) - Review

Descent Into Darkness - ReviewBecause safe is a state of mind. The first warning happens right in front of the Pompidou Centre when a tourist’s camera, while he is recording his thoughts on one of the best-known sights in Paris, is stolen by an unidentified male.  Hauling ass through a crowded...

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One Million B.C. (1940) - Blu-ray Review

One Million B.C. - Blu-ray ReviewThe movie begins with a lightning strike and then another.  A cascade of rain pounds against the backs and heads of a team of hikers who take shelter in a cave while the storm rages on.  It is there they meet the bearded narrator of One Million B.C.; an anthropologist ...

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Disconnected (1984) - Blu-ray Review

Disconnected (1984) - Blu-ray Review“I feel like I am stuck inside a low budget horror film,” says Carmine Capobianco as he stares into the camera.  He’s right, of course, he is stuck inside a low budget horror film and it is a glorious sight indeed to behold.  Disconnected might not make a whole lot of sense ...

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The Violent Years (1956) - Blu-ray Review

The Violent Years (1956) - Blu-ray Review“I shot a cop . . . so what!” Good citizenship.  Self-restraint.  Politeness.  Loyalty.  These four words of social graces are written on a chalkboard that four girls pass by during the pre-credits scene in Ed Wood’s penned cult classic, The Violent Years.  They are four words that ...

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The ALIEN Franchise: ALIEN - RESURRECTION (1997) - Part 4

alien resurrection artWith Alien: Covenant having hit screens in 2017, we thought we’d take a trip back and explore one of the most successful and often turbulent franchises in cinema history. This six part article series will take you from the beginning, through all the twists and turns, all the way through to Ridley Scott’s latest entry into the Alien legacy.

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