The Basement - Movie Review

DON'T GO DOWN THE BASEMENT!

White Boy Rick - Movie Review

It is sad, heartfelt, funny, entertaining, and as dangerous as a box of dynamite.

The Nun - Movie Review

For all of its faults, The Nun still gets my blessing."

Kin - Movie Review

A frustrating conglomeration of many genres

Ocean's 8 (2018) - Blu-ray Review

The con is back on!

Upgrade (2018) - Blu-ray Review

Plug in and get an upgrade. You won’t be sorry.

Deadpool 2 - Blu-ray Review

Now on sparkling blu-ray

Life of the Party - Blu-ray Review

Now on sparkling Blu-ray

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Check Out the Trailer for Mid90s, Written and Directed by Jonah Hill

Mid90s - Movie Trailer

It seems that A24 can do no wrong. With a recent string of critical successes such as Lady Bird, The Disaster Artist, Hereditary, and most recently Eighth Grade, the A24 brand has become as close to a surefire thing as any out there ...

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Someone's Watching Me (1978) - Blu-ray Review

Someone's Watching Me (1978) - BlurayThe phone rings.  You answer.  “I like you better without the robe.  Take it off.”  Oh, snap.  Someone is looking right at you.  Shit.  This is the territory of one of John Carpenter's most disturbing and psychologically bent horror movies.  The things that go on in our ...

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Dog Days (2018) - Movie Review

Dog Days (2018) - Movie ReviewWith a paper thin plot, erratic tone, and humor that rarely elicits so much as a slight chuckle, Dog Days, the latest from TV funnyman Ken Marino, is a film that should not work. But it does. Thanks to the furry faces, sloppy tongues, and wagging tails of its canine stars ...

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The Meg (2018) - Movie Review

The Meg (2018) - Movie ReviewThe end of the summer season is upon us, Moviegoers.  What better way to celebrate the last hurrah of silliness then with a mega-sized shark causing all sorts of chaos at the cinema?  True, The Meg – about a 75-foot-long prehistoric shark known as the Megalodon ...

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BlacKkKlansman (2018) - Movie Review

BlacKkKlansman (2018) - Movie ReviewSpike Lee follows up his keenly poignant comedy/drama/musical Chi-Raq with BlacKkKlansman, another film that shares the same frustratingly uneven tone and disjointed structure yet always manages to slap its intended target squarely upside the head. And that target is ...

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In the Mouth of Madness: Collector's Edition (1995) - Blu-ray Review

In the Mouth of Madness - Blu-ray

It starts with the disappearance of Sutter Cane.  A mystery unfolds in our minds as one man, locked up in an insane asylum, starts blabbering on and on about being sorry for balls and lucky shots.  Poor John Trent (Sam Neill).  But he goes on, claiming not to be insane ...

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Beyond Re-Animator: Veston Video Collector's Series (2003)

Beyond Reanimator (2003) - Vestron Video Collector's SeriesProving there is still some mojo left in the bottle for the Re-Animator series (or maybe it was just a desire to get the gang back together), director Brian Yuzna and star Jeffrey Combs as Dr. Herbert West return, some 13 years later, to the series that put schlock back on ...

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Things Get Very Dark in New Trailer for THE NUTCRACKER AND THE FOUR REALMS

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms - Movie TrailerNetflix follows its short teaser that debuted earlier this month with the full trailer for the reboot of Benji, the popular Joe Camp written and directed film of the '70s that launched Benji-mania into American consciousness and carved a place for scruffy little puppies into the hearts of ...

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The Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey (1988) - Blu-ray Review

The navigator: A Medievel Odyssey (1988) - Blu-ray ReviewBecause dreamers can also be healers. Otherworldy.  That is one word that best describes the stark black-and-white opening of The Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey.  In it, we are thrust into a world that is both disturbing and deadly ...

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Village of the Damned (1960) - Blu-ray Review

Village of the Damned - Blu-ray reviewIn what has to be one of the most startling introductions ever put to film, Village of the Damned begins with a series of shots in which it appears all the adults in Midwich have collapsed.  There are groceries scattered throughout the streets.  Common items discarded and ...

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