Fighting With My Family - Movie Review

Time to celebrate your weirdness.

Between the Trees - Movie Review

Makes for one unforgettable vacation.

Happy Death Day 2U - Movie Review

A new time loop begins.

Hunter - Movie Review

Emotional, street tough, and blood-soaked

Creed II - Blu-ray Review

Ding! Ding! Creed II is the clear winner

Bohemian Rhapsody - Blu-ray Review

A thoroughly entertaining biopic.

Widows - Blu-ray Review

Mass audience appeal and brains

A Star is Born - Movie Review

Sit back, fall in love, and let it wash over you.

The 6th Friend - Movie Review

The 6th FriendThe 6th Friend is not a new arrival to the horror-filled block of new titles.  Perhaps you have heard of it?  An uninvited guest torment estranged friends now held up in a vacation home that is isolated way back in the woods.  The women are trying to get over a tragic event  ...

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The Upside - Movie Review

The Upside - Movie ReviewThe Upside is a remake of the 2011 French film called The Intouchables which was about the real life story of a wealthy quadriplegic and the man hired to take care of him. Despite its lazy storytelling and corny sentimentality, that film went on to bring in  ...

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Nemesis: MVD Rewind Collection (1992) - Blu-ray Review

Nemesis: COllector's Edition blu-rayLos Angeles.  Sometime in the not too distant future.  This is where we start in writer/director Albert Pyun’s Nemesis, a film that – thanks to a heavy spray of bullets and swagger – puts the PUNK in cyberpunk.  Alex Raine (Olivier Gruner) is an assassin for the LAPD.  His job? ...

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The Ten Best Films of 2018 - and the Worst

A Star is BornNow that the curtain has dropped on yet another year of great films, it is time to begin the tireless task of boiling everything the year had to offer down to a list of just ten. Why? Because this is an original idea and we wanted to be the first to ...

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The House That Would Not Die (1970) - Blu-ray Review

The House That Would Not Die - Blu-rayProduced for television by Aaron Spelling, The House That Would Not Die is a one-time ABC Movie of the Week atmospheric creeper that, thanks to some old-fashioned style melodrama, doesn’t always work when it comes to its cast.  The premise; however, is a solid  ...

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Director Matt Frame Sits Through Own Dumb Movie for Over 52 Hours

Camp Death 3DFor the purposes of promotion (and raising much needed advertising funds) Canadian Director Matt Frame sat through his film Camp Death III in 2D!' 34 continuous times for a grand total of 52 hours, 27 minutes, and 23 seconds ...

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A-X-L (2018) - Blu-ray Review

AXL - Blu-ray ReviewOnce again, I do NOT get the critical backlash against this Amblin-esque tale of a boy and his dog.  A-X-L rocks.  I mean, for those teens out there that are forever the outcast or picked on by the assholes of the world out there then this movie   ...

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Our Most Wanted on Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD This Week - January 8, 2019

Mid90sWe continue trudging into the new year with another slow week that features only a couple of new films debuting on home video and an equal number of significant releases getting the 4K Ultra HD treatment. But there's still plenty of hi-def goodness to be had as Kino Lorber is ...

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Aquaman Remains Afloat at Weekend Box Office

Aquaman

DC's underwater action film, Aquaman, stayed afloat at the top of the box office over the post-Christmas holiday weekend as the film brought in an additional $51.5 million to bring its total to over $188 million to best Disney's Mary Poppins Returns which stayed in second place with a $28 ...

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Loophole (2019) - Movie Review

Loophole (2019) - Movie ReviewStairway to Heaven or Highway to Hell?  That is the question that writer/director Jenni Ivers (The Cabin) attempts to answer when the gene for violence has been discovered.  Suddenly, mass hysteria takes hold across the major cities of America as people are tested  ...

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