Crawl (2019) - Movie Review

Pure flesh-eating B-movie delight.

Midsommar (2019) - Movie Review

Not a sweet little trip to the neighborhood IKEA

Black Bridge - Movie Review

Definitely worth the trip

Spider-Man: Far From Home - Movie Review

A breezy sit through that does emotionally resonate

Shazam! - Blu-ray Review

Packed with heart and laughs

Pet Sematary - Blu-ray Review

Won’t haunt you afterwards

The Best of Enemies (2019) - Blu-ray Review

Never earns our honest emotions

Us (2019) - Blu-ray Review

Delightfully exhilarating, and at times terrifying

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The Uncanny (1977) - Blu-ray Review

The Uncanny (1977)

MEOW! I’m going to start this review referencing a song from 1981.  All cats are grey.  Sure, it’s a Cure song (and one of their best produced), but the song and the mood it creates works here, too, because The Uncanny, in all its anthology ...

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Saint Bernard (2019) - Blu-ray Review

Saint Bernard (2019) Premiering on Blu-ray, DVD and digital platforms May 14 from Severin Films comes Saint Bernard, a hallucinogenic journey into the mind of an artist that is, at once, on equal footing with the visionary mind and wit of David Lynch.  Never in my entire life did I think I would ...

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Greta (2019) - Blu-ray Review

Greta (2019) - MovieThere’s a delicious element of B-movie camp that snakes its way through the frames of director Neil Jordan’s new film called Greta. Jordan knows he has crafted a technically astute psychological thriller with tinges of Hitchcock and Fincher. But the moments where he  ...

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Blue Velvet: Criterion Collection (1986) - Blu-ray Review

Blue Velvet (1986) Blue Velvet, now finding its way onto Blu-ray with a brand-new 4K restoration from Criterion Collection, remains an intoxicating look at supposed small-town tranquility in which innocence fears to tread.  Written and directed by David Lynch (Mulholland Drive, Twin Peaks) after suffering through the wreckage ...

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Hallowed Ground (2019) - Movie Review

Hallowed Ground (2019)“Inside me lives a dragon!” Well, dang me to heyell, rural Mississippi just got a wee bit weirder! I love it when horror films open with a bloodcurdling statement ...

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The Seduction (1982) - Blu-ray Review

The Seduction (1982)Dreams might not always come true, Morgan Fairchild (at least that’s what the title song suggests).  The Seduction, written and directed by David Schmoeller (Tourist Trap), has little to do with dreams, but it has a lot to do with obsession.  Thanks to Scream Factory, the film is now on blu-ray so that you too ...

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Black Moon Rising (1986) - Blu-ray

Black Moon Rising (1986)Tommy Lee Jones needs that funny looking little car! Tommy Lee Jones IS Sam Quint.  He is a former thief, but now he is on a mission for the FBI.  And as the movie opens, he is standing front and center of a coffee machine, is in a gas station.  His Cherokee Chief is parked ...

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Booksmart (2019) - Movie Review

Booksmart (2019)Whether for good or bad, we were all labeled in high school. And whether we liked it or not, one of the most awkward times of our lives undoubtedly became the indelible forehead stamp that each of us has tried to erase ever since ...

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The Possession Diaries (2019) - Movie Review

The Possession Diaries

You’ll never take my soul!  Oy vey! Stop me if you have heard this one before.  After messing around with a Ouija Board, one poor girl starts filming herself, believing that she’s being possessed by something really BIG and really EVIL.  What follows is a long series of video recordings as the girl slowly documents the ...

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The Upside - Blu-ray Review

The Upside - Movie ReviewThe Upside is a remake of the 2011 French film called The Intouchables which was about the real life story of a wealthy quadriplegic and the man hired to take care of him. Despite its lazy storytelling and corny sentimentality, that film went on to bring in  ...

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