Party Bus To Hell (2018) - Blu-ray ReviewAbsolutely insanity. Who knew that a trip to Burning Man in Black Rock City could be so (topless and) EVIL? Dumb question, I know, but – thanks to writer/director Rolfe Kanefsky (Dead Scared) – we don’t have to wonder for very long and what a strange and savage AND SEXY  ...

Beirut (2018) - Movie ReviewJust how dangerous was the city of Beirut back in 1982? Dangerous enough that hotel guests were often asked in jest, “Artillery side or car-bomb side?” when checking in for a stay in the civil-war-ravaged city. By the early ‘80s, the city had become a shell of its once-thriving self due  ...

Rampage (2018) - Movie ReviewRampage is really big. And really dumb. And, yes, really fun. The film works because NEVER EVER does it take itself seriously. How could it?! After all, this is a film whose only requirement is that it have a giant lizard (er, alligator), a giant wolf, and a giant ape pulverizing buildings into ...

A Quiet Place (2018) - Movie ReviewThe horror genre is going to some interesting new places of late. With the recent critical and box office success of last year’s Get Out, the acceptance of last month’s intoxicating mind trip Annihilation, and now with A Quiet Place’s rousing world premier at Austin’s SXSW  ...

Ready Player One - Movie ReviewTo this day, there remains something insanely special about director Brian De Palma’s Carrie.  It is based on the once-discarded novel by Stephen King, but was painstakingly adapted for the screen by Lawrence D. Cohen.  Cohen got everything about King’s first novel right  ...

I Kill Giants (2018) - Movie ReviewI Kill Giants now sits at the very top of my favorite films (so far) released this year. I doubt I will be forgetting it or its imaginative landscape by December when voting season rolls around. This magical movie is so much more than words could ever express. Please ...

Love, Simon - Movie ReviewSomething happened at my screening of Love, Simon that I’ve not experienced in a theater in quite some time… if ever. And it was beautiful. As the identity of the titular character’s secret crush was revealed to the audience near the end of the film, the entire theater burst into ...

Attack of the Southern Fried Zombies - Movie Review“But does anybody have any weed, though,” the hot lesbian redhead asks about 20-minutes into this low-budget horror flick. She’s being helpful, Boils and Ghouls, as three or four joints and a few beers are pretty much mandatory in appreciating this regional shocker from ...

Gringo (2018) - Movie ReviewGringo stars Thandie Newton, David Oyelowo, Joel Edgerton, Sharlto Copley, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, and many others. Very rarely does such a star-studded cast come together in a single film. Even more rarely does such a star-studded cast fail so miserably to breathe ...

Flay - Movie ReviewIt begins with a montage of old photographs. Native Americans at home on the land. That’s how Flay opens its color-drained canvas of horror. Don’t get comfortable, though. Whatever stirring and romanticized ideas you have about the old west will soon be jettisoned for good ...

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