Scream (2022) - Movie Review

Just flat-out fun!

The 355 - Movie Review

Wasted talent

Red Rocket - movie Review

Thoroughly engrossing

Spider-Man: No Way Home - Movie Review

Amazing movie, spectacular even

Mass - Blu-ray Review

One of the year’s most important films

Dune - 4K UHD Review

Next big film franchise has arrived

Dune (1984) - 4k UHD Restoration Review

Remains an unforgettable journey

Venom: Let There Be Carnage - 4K UHD Review

A fun, fast-paced flick

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Spencer - Blu-ray Review

Spencer

“A fable from a true tragedy.” From the moment Spencer opens with these words, any preconceived notions that the audience has about sitting down for a conventional biopic is completely thrown out the window. Instead, director Pablo Larraín and writer Steven Knight place us right inside ...

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Eternals - Movie Review

EternalsHoly EPIC storytelling, Batman!  Err, Ikaris, I mean.  The Marvel Cinematic Universe has expanded way beyond Iron Man and Captain America, both of who are mentioned here, as Eternals take flight!  This is a film where Marvel, courtesy of Jack Kirby (who really wanted to bring SPACE and GODS ...

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The Harder They Fall - Movie Review

The Harder They FallIt’s not diversity.  It’s history.  Get that straight from the get-go.  And this violent lesson is delivered with a steely-eyed focus on the REVENGE aspect chiseled deeply into the western genre.  This is the thunderous success of The Harder They Fall, streaming now on Netflix after its brief theatrical run ...

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Ratcatcher: Criterion Collection (1999) - Movie Review

Ratcatcher: Criterion Collection In 1992, the first feature film made by a Scottish woman was released. That was Margaret Tait with Blue Black Permanent. Seven years later, Lynne Ramsay became the second with her own feature debut, Ratcatcher. And what a debut film it is! ...

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Nothing But Trouble: Shout Select (1991) - Blu-ray Review

Nothing But Trouble: Shout Select (1991)

Greetings from Valkenvania! Written and directed by GhostbustersDan Akroyd, Nothing But Trouble has achieved almost legendary status as Akroyd’s OTHER horror/comedy.  You know, the one that was the box office BOMB, blasting itself into oblivion with its troll-like Valkenheiser ...

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Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin - Movie Review

Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin

The activity is reborn!   The horror is real here in the chilling desolation that is this cinematic version of Amish Country.  There is a strangeness that kicks about here in the dilapidated shacks and the colonial farmhouses which beg to be explored.  This is an area of ancient ...

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Escape from Death Block 13 - Movie Review

Escape from Death Block 13Robert Bronzi (Death Kiss, Cry Havoc) is back!  The Hungarian actor looks remarkably like Charles Bronson and has made quite the career for himself by starring in B-grade action flicks like Bronson was so well-known for.  His resemblance to Bronson is uncanny.  Even if Bronzi is dubbed  ...

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New York Ninja (1984) - Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive 4K Release

New York Ninja (1984)

Now, this right here is the KA-RAZY chopsaki kung-fu that I miss about the martial art flicks from the 1980s!   Written, directed and starring Taiwanese martial arts legend John Liu (The Secret Rivals, Invincible Armor), New York Ninja is truly a ...

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Bigfoot Famous - Movie Review

Bigfoot FamousThe new comedy starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson called The Hustle is an almost identical remake of the 1988 classic comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels which starred Michael Caine and Steve Martin - itself a remake of Marlon Brando’s Bedtime Story. I say “almost” because  ...

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Killer Party (1986) - Blu-ray Review

Killer Party (1986)

It’s a party to die for! Demonic spirit or not, Killer Party proves why wild costume parties inside abandoned fraternity houses are a really bad idea.  There’s just a lot to unpack by way of young adults and their raging hormones before the twisted spirits ...

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