Voyagers - Movie Review

Well-acted, well-constructed

Godzilla vs. Kong - Movie Review

Now THIS is how you do it!

Happily - Movie Review

Sizzles with an engaging bizarreness

Nobody - Movie Review

A Total Blast

Wonder Woman 1984 - Blu-ray Review

A crappy 1980s buddy adventure yarn

Soul - Blu-ray Review

You either have SOUL or you don't

Our Friend - DVD Review

Often difficult to watch

News of the World - 4K UHD Review

A story of home and hearth

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Climate of the Hunter - Movie Review

Climate of the HunterWesley (Ben Hall) may or may not be a vampire.  That’s only one of the most fascinating aspects about Climate of the Hunter, a horror film which will leave you wanting to see more from Oklahoma indie filmmaker Mickey Reece ...

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The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone (1990, 2020) - Blu-ray Review

The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael CorleoneLadies and gentlemen, we finally have a fitting conclusion to The Godfather.  It might have taken us some time to get there, but with the release of The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone, that finale is upon us and what a much better film this cut is as it celebrates its 30th  ...

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Army of One - Movie Review

Army of OneSometimes the holiday season needs to end up on Santa’s naughty list.  That’s one of the reasons Army of One, starring rising action star Ellen Hollman (The Matrix 4), as Brenner Baker works so well.  While audiences cozy up by the fireplace, she’s out in the wild kicking all sorts of ass.  Why?  Because one  ...

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D.C. Cab (1983) - Blu-ray Review

D.C. Cab (1983)

“Fool! Your fare is the only thing stopping me from breaking your face!” Directed by Joel Schumacher (Lost Boys, Falling Down, 8MM, Batman & Robin), D.C. Cab is his blissfully unaware feature film which follows in the hilarious footprints of The Incredible Shrinking Woman, which ...

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Infidel - Blu-ray Review

InfidelIranian-American filmmaker Cyrus Nowrasteh has made quite a name for himself around Hollywood with unflinching films that pull back the curtains on governmental corruption and institutionalized abuse. His target is never limited to the American government, however, and those  ...

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All About Eve: Criterion Collection (1950) - Blu-ray Review

All About Eve

"What a story!  Everything but the bloodhounds snappin' at her rear end." Written and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck, All About Eve continues to shine bright thanks to the dazzling performance of Bette Davis as Margo Channing as she takes Anne Baxter as ...

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Tenet - Blu-ray Review


Gather ‘round all you puzzle lovers. Have I got a challenge for you! With twisty logic, time-altering physics, and an alternate existence that defies reality, the highly anticipated new thriller called Tenet is the mental challenge puzzle masters trained their entire lives for. For all ...

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The Facility - Movie Review

The Facility

Sometimes it is best to leave the unknown alone . . . or the head-bandaged monsters will get ya! Written and directed by The Rizen’s Matt Mitchell, The Facility continues the story at the center of the aforementioned film and takes aim at those secret, occult experiments ...

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The Mark of the Bell Witch - Movie Review

The Mark of the Bell WitchSome people have grown up with the legend of the Bell Witch.  I was a young boy in Kansas when I first heard this tale of supernatural folklore and, considering that it has its roots in a town of only 600 people, that fact is quite an achievement and it is due to its terrifying nature as first documented  ...

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Double Indemnity (1944) - Blu-ray Review

Double Indemnity (1944)

Los Angeles after dark is always an exciting place.   Whether it be out on the street or gazing out the window of your home, the air of unpredictability is always lurking about in the air.  And it is that unpredictability which opens director Billy Wilder’s film noir classic, Double Indemnity as a ...

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