The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind - Movie Review

Soars

Downhill - Movie Review

Downhill never overstays its welcome

Gretel & Hansel - Movie Review

A dark and moody little chiller

Goalie - Movie Review

There's an awful lot of heartache here to dive into.

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood - Blu-ray Review

Just so darn sweet and engaging

Midway - Blu-ray Review

An embarrassing disservice

Motherless Brooklyn - Blu-ray Review

One of the most beautiful slogfests you’ll ever sleep though.

Terminator: Dark Fate - Blu-ray Review

It’s all been done before

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RoboCop: Two-Disc Limited Edition (1987) - Blu-ray Review

Robocop (1987)

“Dead or alive, you are coming with me.” When I first heard those words coming out from the lips of RoboCop (Peter Weller), I was hooked.  Instantly.  There was no looking back for this fat kid: RoboCop, making its debut in 1987, would be my summertime jam.  The film might have ...

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Heathers: 30th Anniversary SteelBook (1989) - Blu-ray Review

Heathers (1988)f you really want to understand Generation X, you should probably watch Heathers.  From the satire of in-crowds and outsiders to the absolute ridiculousness of blowing up a school in the midwest, that frustration with cliques and institutions is one that most of my generation can ...

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Red Handed - Movie Review

Red Handed

Sometimes the smallest voices scream the loudest. The deep mountains of Oregon might be an unusual place for an Old Testament-styled demonic showdown, but Red Handed, a new horror thriller from High Octane Pictures, gets a lot of its atmosphere from those rolling hills and ...

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Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974)

Thunderbolt and LightfootThe image of Clint Eastood at the front of a congregation of faithful believers has always stuck with me.  That’s how Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, beginning with a very manic George Kennedy arriving to the wilderness church to put a bullet in Eastwood’s skull, begins ...

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Hellboy (2004) - 4K Blu-ray Review

Hellboy (2004) The first time I heard the name Mike Mignola was after I received a set of his Topps comic adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. As a lifelong comic reader, I’m ashamed to say I’d missed his ...

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Saving Private Ryan - 4K Blu-ray Review

Saving Private RyanI don’t cry in movies. It’s just not my way. But I have to confess that twenty years ago, upon sitting down to watch Steven Speilberg’s World War II magnum opus, the recreation of the Normandy invasion put a lump in my throat and fogged my eyes with tears for its ...

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The Fare (2019) - Movie Review

The Fare (2019)Ever met a complete stranger and felt you already know them?  What if you kept bumping into them on the same stretch of road?  What if, in a couple of blinks of the eye, they simply disappear?  Intrigued yet?  If so, then The Fare is your ticket to ride, dear readers.  Buckle up, though, because this  ...

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Ratatouille (2007) - 4K Blu-ray Review

RatatouillePixar never cease to surprise me. On the sole summary of one of their stories, I almost never get a sense of just how much I may fall in love with whatever they’re dishing out. Toy Story, The Incredibles, Coco, you name it, I’ve underestimated their power to completely ...

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This is Our Home - Movie Review

This is Our HomeFINALLY!  I absolutely love it when horror films beg for dissection.  And the cuts that you will make in This is Our Home SHOULD BE deep and  exhausting.  This is how horror - true and natural horror - should be seen and discussed and, yes, revisited.  There is a  ...

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Animal Among Us - Movie Review

Animal Among Us

This is a story about a monster.   If you are reading this, you might feel that, in a horror movie like this one, that much is clear, but just what kind of monster is the real subject of this horror flick.  With a hillside camp setting and a domestic betrayal ...

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