Hillbilly Elegy - Movie Review

Surface level storytelling

Freaky - Movie Review

Fails to Satisfy

All Joking Aside- Movie Review

Hilarious and heartwarming

Let Him Go - Movie Review

A smoldering cauldron

Unhinged - Blu-ray Review

A riveting psychological thriller

Flash Gordon (1980) - 4K UHD Review

A cinematic treat

The Hunt - Blu-ray Review

The Hunt is On!

Jaws - 4K UHD Review

Like being transported to 1975

Ghost Ship: Collector's Edition (2002) - Blu-ray Review

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Question for you all, Dear Readers.  When is a ship not like a ship?  When it’s a Ghost Ship! And, true to its name, this supernatural horror film from Dark Castle Entertainment - who previously brought to life the Thirteen Ghosts remake - doesn’t behave at all like a boat afloat as its ...

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Kajillionaire - Movie Review

KajillionaireYou can’t choose your family. Or, more important to filmmaker Miranda July, you can’t opt out of family. And to prove her point, July brings us Kajillionaire, a quirky little coming-of-age story about the cult of family and learning how to make choices for ourselves ...

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Sometimes Aunt Martha Does Dreadful Things (1971) - Blu-ray Review

Sometimes Aunt Martha Does Dreadful Things (1971)A crossdressing criminal who’s paranoia causes him to become fully committed to his matriarchal role in a hideout from the cops?  Something this wild - two gay pyschopaths assuming the identities of nephew and aunt - could only come out of Florida in the 1970s, especially when you see just how ...

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The Devil To Pay - Movie Review

The Devil to PayThere are a lot of stereotypes that come to mind when one thinks of the Appalachians.  Good or bad, ideas like individualism, private property, and limited government generally swing to the extreme when it comes to the rough and ready people who live alongside the wild trails.  Sometimes, like Winter’s Bone  ...

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Director Rene Perez Has Been Working on a SNAKE EYES Fan Film: Check it Out Now

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Something good has come out of the Corona virus lockdown, after all. Genre film maker Rene Perez (Death Kiss, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood) has spent lockdown working on a ninja fan film based on the G.I Joe Character, Snake Eyes. Starring Beauty Queen Miss Nevada 2020 Victoria Olona as Snake Eyes’ wife and:

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Beast Within - Movie Review

Beast Within

Imagine a teched-up version of Knives Out, but with . . . wait for it . . . WEREWOLVES!  Welcome to Beast Within, a clever and stylish whodunnit from A Build Character production in association with Little Axe Productions and High Star Entertainment.  This mystery thriller hits all the right notes ...

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Spooky House (2002) - Blu-ray Review

Spooky HouseArriving just in time for a quarantined Halloween, Spooky House has re-opened its doors for all the kiddos to delight in!  While not my favorite Halloween film, this quirky comedy does have some laugh out loud moments thanks to a skeleton on a toilet and his magazine reading material  ...

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Guilt - Movie Review

GuiltSometimes it doesn’t take much to push a person to their breaking point.  But, as is the case with Guilt, a childhood spent witnessing abuse forces a person’s hand . . . and violence becomes the only recourse.  But is it ever the answer? ...

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The Last Shift - Movie Review

The Last ShiftWhen asked how the training of his replacement is coming along, Stanley (Richard Jenkins, The Visitor) mumbles to his manager, “I just don’t think he’s a good fit here.” Stanley would know. After all, we’s worked the late night drive-thru shift at Oscar’s Chicken and Fish, a run-down fast food spot in  ...

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The Two Jakes (1990) - Blu-ray Review

The Two JakesInfidelity made private investigator and war veteran Jake Gittes (Jack Nicholson) the man he is today.  We know this having seen the excellent Chinatown, but admits as much in the opening line of The Two Jakes, the 1990 Nicholson-directed sequel to that 1974 film, now on blu-ray  ...

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