Cowboys - Movie Review

Altogether Western, yet thoroughly modern

Baby Done - Movie Review

A watered down network sitcom

The Dig - Movie Review

Beautifully rendered

The White Tiger - Movie Review

Harrowing, and often humorous

Ammonite - Blu-ray Review

Forces us to work way too hard

Lord of the Rings Trilogy - 4K UHD Review

Legendary

Infidel - Blu-ray Review

Both intriguing and confounding

Tenet - 4K UHD Review

An eye-popping spectacle

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Tom Hanks is a Captain Yet Again in New Trailer for NEWS OF THE WORLD

News of the WorldThis Christmas, Universal Pictures is proud to present Tom Hanks starring in News of the World, a moving story written and directed by Paul Greengrass, reuniting for the first time with his star from their 2013 Best Picture nominee Captain Phillips.  ...

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Ebola Rex - Movie Review

Ebola RexWho had diseased dinosaurs on their plate for 2020?  I certainly didn’t, but writer/director Dustin Ferguson (5G Zombies, Angry Asian Murder Hornets) did and, with his demented flair for the horror comedy hybrid, the fast-working filmmaker pulls off yet another entertaining B-grade monster flick  ...

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The Ape (1940) - Blu-ray Review

The Ape (1940)

Watch polio get pulverized by a primate! When a circus burns down, a mustached Boris Karloff, as Dr. Bernard Adrian, finds himself battling a loose ape in his laboratory.  What? What? What.  You heard me.  It’s one of the wildest scenes - and maybe the best scene ...

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Housesitter . . . The Night They Saved Siegfried's Brain (1987, 2020) - Movie Review

Housesitter . . . The Night They Saved Siegfried's BrainHousesitter . . . The Night They Saved Siegfried’s Brain has an interesting history and it makes for a great lead.  Originally filmed in Kalamazoo in 1987, this horror/comedy sat unfinished for over 30 years because no one wanted to deal with it.  Now, thanks to Skywalker Sound and Paramount  ...

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My Best Worst Adventure - Movie Review

My Best Worst AdventureMy Best Worst Adventure will hook you right from its warm and comical beginning.  It’s hard to stop yourself from smiling as you witness an ultra urban-looking young teenager sitting on a raggedy bus as her joyless expression falls while being “groomed” by a fellow passenger.  Her face  ...

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Incision - Movie Review

IncisionHow strong is your stomach?  That’s the question you need to ask yourself before starting on this twisted tale of body horror.  Incision has arrived!  Obsession seems at the heart of plastic surgery.  Either we are obsessed with making ourselves look better or obsessed with a flaw that ...

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Notorious: Criterion Collection (1946) - Blu-ray Review

Notorious: Criterion Collection (1946)You can’t say that Hitchcock didn’t warn audiences of Hitler.  He made several films with Hitler’s world view overhanging the shadows in each frame.  But, after a decade in Hollywood, Alfred Hitchcock took that warning to a new level and gave audiences the ultimate romance between a ...

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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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