Atack of the Southern Fried Zombies - Movie Review

The South gets some homegrown roasting thanks to this wild little zombie flick.

Love, Simon - Movie Review

Has a breezy John Hughes warmth and familiarity to it

Gringo - Movie Review

Put simply, it’s a boring mess

Flay - Movie Review

Frightening as hell

The Shape of Water (2017) - Blu-ray Review

A monster-sized masterpiece of mood and silky atmosphere

Thor: Ragnarok - Blu-ray Review

Off the chain, crazy, bold, colourful fun.Narcissism gets naughty

Murder on the Orient Express - Blu-ray Review

One ride you do not want to miss. All aboard!

Jigsaw - Blu-ray Review

Good or bad, a new trap is set.

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Hughes Nation: A Love Letter

john hughsDear Mr. John Hughes,

This love letter is long overdue.  I know that now.  But something, not even on the news of your death in 2009, would let me compose it until now.  I guess I needed time.  Or maturation.  Something you were always against, I’m sure.  I look at the arc of your movies, starting with the success of your one-two punch of Vacation and Mr. Mom and ending...

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Play Misty for Me (1971) - Blu-ray Review

Play Misty for Me (1971) - Blu-ray ReviewThe obsessed fan/love interest movie is a well-trodden one nowadays, with some truly stellar entries in the sub-genre (Misery, Fatal Attraction) and some truly awful ones; but one, to my surprise, that is rarely brought up is one of the earliest on this subject ...

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Sling Blade (1996) - Blu-ray Review

Sling Blade (1996) - Blu-ray ReviewIt is a sad fact that talent doesn’t necessarily equate to a career of note or at all in Hollywood. There are literally hundreds of thousands of talented people out there that will never get their shot in the spotlight. Every so often, however, someone manages to bridge this gap from  ...

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Schoolgirls in Chains (1973) - Blu-ray Review

Schoolgirls in chains (1973) - Blu-ray ReviewEven primal therapy was never this raw. Produced and directed by Don Jones, the opening montage of china dolls set to a really cheesy song that, simply put, is beyond tortuous for its audience is just about the most disquieting way to begin this lurid tale of madness and murder ...

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Kindergarten Cop (1990) - Blu-ray Review

Kindergarten Cop (1990 - Bluray ReviewPretty harshly assessed by critics of the day, Kindergarten Cop, the follow up collaboration between the 'Austrian Oak' and director Ivan Reitman, was still a massive financial success back in 1990 when it took over 200 million on a (now) paltry budget of around 15 million. ...

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The Amicus Collection: Asylum, And Now The Screaming Starts, The Beast Must Die!, The Vault of Amicus (2018) - Blu-ray Review

The Amicus Collection - Blu-ray ReviewHoly Hatchets!  The moving severed limbs of one deceased wife attacking the people who plotted her basement murder are all you need to see in order to believe in the IMPACT of Amicus Productions.  Chop. Chop. Chop.  ...

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Fifty Shades Freed - Movie Review

Fifty Shades Freed - Movie ReviewSo, the mommy-porn trilogy that managed to bring leather flogs, sex swings, and fur-lined handcuffs into mainstream acceptance has finally reached its climactic end. Thank goodness! I never thought I would say this, but the thought of enduring even one more 30-foot-tall  ...

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The Diabolical Dr. Z (1966) - Blu-ray Review

The Diabolical Dr. Z (1966) - Blu-ray ReviewArtsy kink.  This is what awaits you inside one of director Jesús "Jess" Franco best and most masterfully shot films. With Spanish-born filmmaker Jess Franco’s eerie feature, The Diabolical Dr. Z, things begin to get sexy and strange.  Truthfully, there’s no going back either as  ...

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Victor Crowley (2017) - Blu-ray Review

Victor Crowley (2017) - Blu-ray ReviewFour films in, I think it is safe to say that Honey Island Swamp is getting crowded. Writer/Director Adam Green’s Hatchet series just crash-landed (and I mean that both literally and figuratively).  Hitting its stride in the second and third installment, Victor Crowley, an unneeded ...

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Monster Family (2018) - Movie Review

Monster Family - Movie ReviewGerman writer David Safier’s book, Happy Family, serves as the basis for this largely unsuccessful animated kids movie.  Okay, okay, so the team of three bats are sort of funny in a very limited way but, trust me, that’s it.  There’s a high probability that your young one might not  ...

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