Small Engine Repair - Movie Review

Fiendishly entertaining

Malignant - Movie Review

Absolutely CRACKERS . . . in all the right ways.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings - Movie Review

An absolute thrill from start to finish

Candyman - Movie Review

Not a terrifying experience

In the Heights - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review


Overboard - Blu-ray Review

Hysterically on-point with its comedy

Luca - 4K UHD Review

A nostalgic trip back to our childhood

Speed (1994) - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

A stellar new 2160p transfer

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Hostage - Movie Review


A nice house on the outside equals a nice house on the inside, right?  Maybe not. Hostage, directed by newcomer Eddie Augustin, has all the right makings for a cult following to grow in the months to follow its debut.  Tightly-made and solid in its handling of edge-of-your-seat thrills and spills, Hostage is not afraid to ...

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The Night House - Movie Review

The Night HouseWhat makes for great horror? Some prefer in-your-face blood and graphic violence, while others are spooked by the unsettling things that can’t be seen – the things that happen just off screen or in the corners of the frame. Fans of the latter, do we have a film for you! ...

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It Came From Below"Don't go in there" is a great piece of advice that applies to nearly every situation in life – especially when it comes to deep, dark, mysterious caves. But that warning goes unheeded in the new trailer for the upcoming spookfest called It Came From Below. And you can watch the  ...

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Luca - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

LucaWhat I wouldn’t give to have been a fly on the wall during what was certainly the most bizarre elevator pitch in the history of elevator pitches for Luca, the latest churn from Pixar’s ever-productive mill of animated greats. It probably didn’t, but I like to imagine it went something like this ...

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CODA - Movie Review


Three words: grab the tissues. Wearing its massive heart on its sleeve, CODA takes the spotlight as an unabashedly sweet film loaded with moments and performances that are sure to leave audiences feeling warm while also crying buckets of bittersweet tears. Sian ...

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The Last Thing Mary Saw - Movie Review

The Last Thing Mary SawNever allow the devil a chance at redemption.  That’s the first thrust in the engine of The Last Thing Mary Saw, a well-made period occult drama set in an isolated farmhouse during the winter of 1843.  If you are expecting a tale of demonic possession, you are going to be a bit disappointed ...

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Free Guy - Movie Review

Free GuyWhat if all the non-playable characters (NPCs) in video games – the background characters controlled by the game's artificial intelligence (AI) rather than by a gamer – suddenly broke out and began taking control of their own destinies? Would anyone play a video game that awards points for  ...

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Eye Without A Face - Movie Review

Eye Without A FaceA lot can happen in a week . . . especially when you are being spied on.  This is the reality-twisting gut punch that is Eye Without a Face, the new thriller from Writer/Director Ramin Niami (Somewhere in the City, Babe’s & Rickey’s Inn and Shirin in Love).  It turns out everything can be found  ...

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Nine Days - Movie Review

Nine DaysWith its mere concept, Edson Oda’s feature film debut, Nine Days, certainly had the potential of falling victim to an avalanche of clichés that would only be further piled on with winces and eye rolls from the audience. However, the way Oda confidently composes and presents the film to us, he  ...

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The Dead Zone: Collector's Edition (1983) - Blu-ray Review

The Dead Zone: Collector's Edition

“And the lamplight streaming shows his shadow on the floor.” Some say this is David Cronenberg’s best film.  While I may not necessarily agree with that suggestion, I have to agree - and this is wholeheartedly - that, The Dead Zone, just might be one of the best Stephen King adaptations ...

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