No Time To Die

For Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, trust does not come easy. The run of Daniel Craig as James Bond comes to its stunning and long delayed conclusion with No TIme To Die, an action-packed spectacle that seriously delivers.  For “final” Bond films, this one satisfies on every level ...

The Old WaysSometimes you really shouldn’t go sniffing around for a story to report.  Leave well enough alone, you know?  Especially if it is witchcraft that you are after.  The Old Ways is what happens when warning signs go ignored.  Or was it always destined to end this way after all? ...

The Mutation

I smell a rat!  A big one with cute, furry ears and it is coming this way for some bite-sized Halloween fun! Directed by Scott Jeffrey, The Mutation is a creature feature that keeps its suspense in check until it can no longer keep it or the corniness ...

TitaneWriter/director Julia Ducournau’s sophomore feature film, Titane, is definitely one of the wildest and most shocking films that you will ever see…but in all of the best ways. You will squirm. You will grip your arm rest. You will even spew out many “No”s at the screen (trust me, I did the same). But the  ...

The Many Saints of NewarkIf we are to believe the film’s promotional materials, namely its poster which asks “Who Made Tony Soprano,” then The Many Saints of Newark is an origin story for the fictional gangster played by James Gandolfini in David Chase’s groundbreaking, award-winning HBO drama series ...

Like DogsNature vs. Nurture.  It’s an age-old argument, right?  There are those who say killers are born that way and there are other people who think that killers are created.  There’s evidence to support both arguments, but, as seems to be the thesis in writer/director Randy Van Dyke’s Like Dogs ...

Cry Macho

It’s time for Clint Eastwood to hang up his acting hat for good. There, I said it. And that’s coming from one of the guy’s biggest fans. Sure, the man is inarguably a true Hollywood legend having appeared in more than 50 films, from 1950’s sci-fis, to countless war dramas, to starring roles in a dozen or ...

Small Engine Repair

“What goes on the internet stays there forever, pal!” Never have those words rung as true as they do in the new film from writer/director John Pollono called Small Engine Repair. And never before have we seen the consequences of the internet’s ornery persistence play out in such a fiendishly entertaining ...

The Card CounterDespite the film’s strong foundation and rather rich themes, Paul Schrader’s newest project, The Card Counter, is unsuccessful in attempts to achieve a tense and mysterious tone, and ultimately ends up as a dull, messy drama full of awkward dialogue and performances ...

Royal JellyThis is what grooming looks like when taken to the next level.  Forget petty crimes, Horror Hounds, Aster - who hangs out with the bees (not the birds) - is about to find herself in the thick of it thanks to a diseased hive and her mysterious mentor’s conniving plan to make her the next queen! ...

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