The Last Shift - Movie Review

Feels real and lived in

Infidel - Movie Review

Both intriguing and confounding

#Alive - Movie Review

quite effective at ramping up the spookiness

Tenet - Movie Review

An eye-popping spectacle

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

The Invisible Man - Movie Review

One of the great horror films

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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Black Rainbow (1991) - Blu-ray Review

Black RainbowThe mystery! The murder! Corruption inside America’s Bible Belt!  That’s the territory of Black Rainbow as writer/director Mike Hodges blends genres, creating a movie that takes on chemical plants and spiritual links to the After Life ...

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The Flesh and the Fiends (1960) - Blu-ray Review

The Flesh and the Fiends (1960)

Make no mistake about it, The Flesh and the Fiends is a righteous horror film, drooping left eye and all, as experimental vivisections rule the day. Lost men! Lost souls!  With no apologies issued to the dead, The Flesh and the Fiends begins in a spooktacular fashion as a body is torn free from  ...

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All Hail The Popcorn King: A Joe R. Lansdale Documentary - Movie Review

All Hail the Popcorn King

“Hallowed be thy name, oh Lord, and shotgun do your stuff!” In which the most well-known unknown author steps into the limelight!  For ANYONE interested in genre writing, Texas history, and Joe R. Lansdale, All Hail the Popcorn King is the documentary for you ...

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Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema, Volume IV: Six Bridges To Cross (1955) - Blu-ray Review

Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema, Volume I

Because not everyone can be saved. Inspired by the Great Brink's Robbery of 1950, Six Bridges To Cross makes its targets known early: trigger-happy cops and unrepentant criminals.  Civil unrest.  That’s what happens when a police officer (George Nader) shoots a kid during a robbery ...

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