Black Panther - Movie Review

You can unroll another 20 of these: I’m in.

Fifty Shades Freed

The mommy-porn trilogy has finally reached its climactic end. Thank goodness!

Monster Family - Movie Review

One big hairy mess.

Winchester - Movie Review

Winchester misfires

Jigsaw - Blu-ray Review

Good or bad, a new trap is set.

Happy Death Day - Blu-ray Review

Far more enjoyable when it doesn’t take itself quite so seriously

Geostorm (2017 - Blu-ray Review

Don’t even act like you care about this one.

mother! - DVD Review

Even a talented actress can't polish poop.

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Slithis (1978) - Blu-ray Review

Slithis (1978) - Blu-ray ReviewRadioactive cultists and transient meth-heads unite! Slithis has returned from the contaminated depths of the canals to kill again.  Grab the 6-pack from the fridge, Horror Hounds and Gore-Gore Girls, we're going to need a steady stream of 12 fluid ounces to get through ...

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The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017) - Movie Review

The Killing of a Sacred Deer - Movie Review“Good afternoon, you must be Martin,” is the greeting received for the mysterious teenager standing just outside the open door of the Murphy household.  Without a second thought, he is invited into their home.  Big mistake.  Let the unwinding of a very straight-laced life  ...

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Computronic's Even the Score: Because Life Can Change with the Flip of a Coin

Computronic's Even the Score

 Insert coin.  Push play.  Wrap your hands around the joystick and let Computronic’s Even The Score tale you back to the glory days of playing Atari for hours on end.  Whether at the local skating rink or at home in front of the Atari 2600, the hours spent there never seem wasted.  They are, as one song on this cycle suggests, etched “forever in my mind” ...

 

 

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The Being (1983) - Blu-ray Review

The Being (1983) - Blu-ray ReviewOscar Winners Martin Landau and Jose Ferrar in a monster movie with grand laughs?  Sign me up! A very nude girl paints her toes in her bedroom.  It is night and she’s clueless as to what foul beast is lurking just outside her house.  It is a slug-like monster ...

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Atomic Blonde - Blu-ray Review

Atomic Bonde - Movie ReviewYou can keep your Kate Beckinsale.  Move over Milla!  It’s official.  Charlize Theron is the Wonder Woman we need.  With Atomic Blonde, Theron becomes THE female action star by which all others should be measured against.  The character she plays, Agent Lorraine Broughton of  ...

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The Barn (2016) - Blu-ray Review

The Barn (2016) - Blu-ray ReviewHoly Helloween, Kiddies.  The Barn is, as the “Peanuts” gang used to say, all sorts of “tricks or treats” and it is now on Blu-ray!  Thankfully, Helen’s Valley lives to see another Halloween.   Great, now let’s make some pumpkin pie! ...

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Mudbound (2017) - Movie Review

Mudbound (2017) - Movie ReviewRacism, class, friendship, brotherhood, and man’s relentless struggle against the land come together poetically in filmmaker Dee Rees’ Mudbound, the spectacular follow-up to her 2011 debut feature, Pariah. Any thoughts of a lucky first strike with Pariah can be put to bed as Mudbound is ...

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Justice League (2017) - Movie Review

Justice League - Movie ReviewAs a lifelong reader of DC Comics, this newest entry into the DCEU should be a momentous occasion: the first film ever to depict all their marque characters together on the big screen. Having left the movie a couple of hours ago, if I had to sum up Justice League in one word,  ...

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Ruby (1977) - Blu-ray Review

Ruby (1977) - Blu-ray ReviewIf the unforgettable "skeletonized" ending doesn't get to you, Piper Laurie in a low-cut blazing red dress will. Nicky Rocco, over a decade after his violent murder, is indeed coming back to claim what is rightfully his.  But first he’s going to have to deal with the blind dude in the wheelchair and his...

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Between Night and Dawn: Limited Edition (1971-1973) - Blu-ray Review

Between Night and Dawn - Blu-ray ReviewWriter/director George A. Romero was so much more than that "zombie dude" with the "big goofy" glasses.  His legacy, stretching across four decades, is as tasty as a celebrated hound of horror’s best slobbered on bone.  From 1968’s Night of the Living Dead to the pre-production done ...

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