Small Town Crime - Movie Review

One hell of a sobering ride through a perfect potboiler

Phantom Thread - Movie Review

You’ll think you know where this thing is going, when you really have no idea.

Blame (2017) - Movie Review

It is not to be missed

The Strange Ones - Movie Review

A work of magic

Blade Runner 2049 - Blu-ray Review

A visually stunning continuation to 1982’s original film

It (2017) - Blu-ray Review

Finally, a horror film that is fun.

Logan Lucky - Blu-ray Review

The flawless encode just belches eye popping detail from every 1080p pixel.

Dunkirk - Blu-ray Review

This invasion is spectacular in HD

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The Punisher (2017) - Netflix Review

The Punisher - Review

Frank Castle is The Punisher! Well… almost. Marvel has been on a roll, the MCU is as strong as it has ever been, behind the most critically acclaimed film to date, Thor: Ragnarok, the studio has been on the up and up as ...

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Meet the New Ocean Crew in First Trailer for OCEAN'S 8

Ocean's 8 = Movie TrailerWarner Bros has just released the new trailer for the rebooted Ocean's franchise. And boy does it look like they have this thing back on the right track.

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Dunkirk - Blu-ray Review

Dunkirk - Movie ReviewBritish Prime Minister Winston Churchill, during a speech to the House of Commons in June of 1940 in the opening months of World War II, famously said, “Our policy is to wage war, by sea, land, and air, with all our might and with all the strength that God can give us.” ...

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The Premonition (1976) - Blu-ray Review

Premonition (1976) - Blu-ray ReviewThe damn doll at the center of this tale of kidnapping and insanity is an unsettling looking toy indeed.  The curly-haired plastic child is always with the disturbed mother who is trying to get her daughter returned to her by any means necessary and, as the toy is oversized, it looks ...

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Malatesta's Carnival of Blood (1973) - Blu-ray Review

Malatesta's Carnival of Blood (1973) - Blu-ray ReviewSurrender.  Forget the common and known world.  Once you enter the wild and wacky world of Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood, life, as you know it, becomes permanently altered.  There is a dream but you are not the dreamer ...

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The Shape of Water (2017) - Movie Review

The Shape of Water - Movie ReviewThere is but one artist who could create a passionately unsettling love story between a mute woman and a freakishly real-looking merman and make it feel so entirely personal that it practically drips with relatable emotion.  One artist.  And he is the mighty Guillermo del Toro ...

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Étoile (1989) - Blu-ray Review

Etoile - Blu-ray ReviewThis theatre is damned!  Sorry, Aronofsky, you aren’t as unique as was once thought.  Étoile reveals all the reasons why. With Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake” at its center, Étoile – a rather enigmatic movie concerning ghosts, satanic possessions, and ballerinas – provides  ...

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The Witch Who Came From the Sea (1976) - Blu-ray Review

The Witch Who Came From the Sea - Blu-ray ReviewIt begins on a beach.  A woman is laughing.  She’s seeing all the muscles on display; the men hulking out in their shorts on the beach.  Lots of ogling is going on.  And she starts to laugh.  She sees them working out and then she sees them with blood spurting out of fresh ...

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GET OUT and CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Dominate the Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards

Get OutGet Out, writer/director Jordan Peele's darkly funny horror film and Call Me By Your Name, the story of a young boy who meets a visiting American while on vacation with his family, took home the lion's share of prizes as the Kansas City Film Critics Circle handed out their 52nd Annual James Loutzenhizer Awards for the best in film for 2017.

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Cement and Synthesizers: The FutureSHOCK Lexicon of low.poly.exception’s OniTECH

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Without a doubt, OniTECH sounds as if it – in cassette form – was found clutched in the fingers of a well-dressed corpse that washes ashore some ashen beach on the east coast.  This release is a dark and disturbing thread of truth that hints at a bigger mystery  ...

 

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