Lost Girls & Love Hotels - Movie Review

Pointless storytelling and lethargic pacing

Yellow Rose - Movie Review

Educates, inspires, and entertains

Kajillionaire - Movie Review

Enjoyed every single second of it.

Guilt - Movie Review

Alarming, disquieting, and totally kick-ass

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

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Don't Look Back - Movie Review

Don't Look BackDon’t Look Back is a warning to us all.  Standing back and doing nothing except pulling out our phones and recording violent events might get us recognized on social media, but it will also haunt our dreams.  At least, in this film’s opening moments, that messaging seems ...

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SASQUATCH AMONG WILDMEN - Movie Trailer

Sasquatch Among the WildmenFrom filmmaker Darcy Weir, and featuring frighteningly true encounters with Bigfoot, Sasquatch Among Wildmen coming this November from Uncork’d Entertainment. ...

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The Beast Beneath - Movie Review

The Beast Beneath

Who says you can’t film a movie during a pandemic where social distancing and face masks are required?! One of my favorite scenes in Dustin Ferguson’s The Beast Beneath happens early on.  In it, a woman (Geovonna Casanova) has just heard screams along a hiking trail and  ...

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The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl (2005) - Blu-ray Review

The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl (2005)

Planet Drool, here we come . . . again!  This is what happens when you go in expecting worse.  You are constantly surprised. Max (Cayden Boyd) has had an incredible summer.  He’s made new friends and is super stoked to tell all his friends at school about them.  The problem is their  ...

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They Live Inside Us - Movie Review

They Live Inside UsBecause something haunts us all.  That’s why They Live Inside Us matters this Halloween season.  Independently made and clever with its use of twists and turns, this horror film - inspired by the success of The Witching Season - is definitely a “must see” as the creativity, the practical effects ...

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Lost Girls & Love Hotels - Movie Review

Lost Girls & Love HotelsWhat do you call an erotic drama that is neither erotic nor particularly all that dramatic? In the case of the new film from filmmaker William Olsson (An American Affair) called Lost Girls & Love Hotels, you call it boring. ...

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Abbott & Costello The Complete Universal Pictures Collection: Hold That Ghost (1941) - Blu-ray Review

Hold That Ghost (1941)

“I know what happens in those mystery pictures!  A guy walks over to a perfectly ordinary door he opens it up and - ZOWIE! - out falls a body right on its kisser!” And, of course, a body falls to the ground!  When it comes to getting the tone of horror comedies right, you have to sometimes go ...

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Abbott & Costello The Complete Universal Pictures Collection: Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) - Blu-ray Review

Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)

Sandra!  Junior?  SANDRA! Junior? SAAAANNNNNDRA! Having successfully stolen the show in 1941’s One Night in the Tropics, the comedy duo of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello - who were big on radio but untested on film - were quickly signed by Universal Pictures ...

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Monochrome: The Chromism - Movie Review

Monochrome: The ChromismIt is a bleak future that awaits us.  We already know this, yet most of us have refused to accept it.  To help us navigate these dark waters, we need to turn only to our creativity to find a path forward.  Writer/Director Kodi Zene and Producer Lozen Fükem offer one solution with the opening chapter of ...

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Curse of the Undead (1959) - Blu-ray Review

Curse of the Undead (1959)

Hi-yo, Silver . . . . Bullet, away!  Arriving just in time for our quarantined Halloween is Curse of the Undead, an oft neglected B-grade horror/western about a vampiric gunfighter (played by Michael Pate, Hondo) and the trouble he kicks up when he arrives in a small town and falls for ...

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