Miranda Veil - Movie Review

Give WEIRD a chance

In the Heights - Movie Review

Magical!

Infinite - Movie Review

An utter disappointment

A Quiet Place 2 - Movie Review

Extremely Intense

Voyagers - 4K UHD Review

Well-acted, well-constructed

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

Career Opportunities (1991) - Blu-ray Review

Career Opportunities (1991)

Anyone have some change? Frank and Josie are back! I am not sure if it is the whole Generation X side of me, but Career Opportunities - which is essentially The Breakfast Club set inside Home Alone - was my jam back in high school.  There’s a part of me that still ...

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Voyagers - 4K UHD Review

VoyagersWith nothing more than the well-being of our fellow man at stake, can humans be trusted to do the right thing to ensure the proliferation of the species? Or are we genetically programmed to revert to primitive nature? ...

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Miranda Veil - Movie Review

Miranda Veil

Well, well, well, what do we have here?!  Solid gold, that's what! Miranda Veil, a unique slice of horror/fantasy by way of an unassuming character study, arrives and brings with it a reckoning of cult-like creativity that MUST be recognized by all those hellbent on howling at ...

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The Being: 2K Scan (1982) - Blu-ray Review

The BeingOscar Winners Martin Landau and José Ferrar in a monster movie with grand laughs?  Sign me up! A very nude girl paints her toes in her bedroom.  It is night and she’s clueless as to what foul beast is lurking just outside her house.  It is a slug-like monster the size of a bear and ...

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Genevieve (2021) - Movie Review

Genevieve

Genevieve is completely CRACKERS and I love it! Nicholas Michael Jacobs, independent film director of Night, Urban Fears, and Tales from Six Feet Under, is back with his latest horror/comedy, Genevieve.  This time out his take on the whole Annabelle doll haunting series of flicks gets served ...

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Spare Parts (2020) - Blu-ray Review

Spare Parts (2020)

Recycled!  Repurposed!  These riot girls RULE the battleground known as the GridIron! Opening with a very brief scene involving the collection of freshly sawed off limbs and then a much longer all girl punk rock band beatdown, Spare Parts welcomes us all back to the bloody arena of ...

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Woe - Movie Review

Woe

Get rid of whatever doesn’t make you happy.  Wise words, but in the context of this movie?  WOW! In what goes down as a very disturbing opening, Woe begins with a solitary man, Charlie (Adam Halferty), clutching a garbage bag which is shaped like a person - a very still person.  He holds the garbage bag as if ...

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Infinite - Movie Review

Infinite

Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, The Magnificent Seven, The Equalizer), where are you?  Surely, Infinite is NOT the movie you wanted to make. Full of way too much stand still explanation that results in a quasi-nauseous feeling of déjà vu, Infinite - now streaming on Paramount Plus - is an utter disappointment as it  ...

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F.E.A.R. - Movie Review

F.E.A.R.Fear is a movie where a moment’s hesitation costs lives.  This point is made immensely clear in the opening scene in which a young boy hesitates on offing what appears to be a very sick person.  He looks to his father for some fortitude and, in that moment, the infected person STRIKES! ...

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In the Heights - Movie Review

In the HeightsCrazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu teams up with Tony-Award winning playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda to bring this year’s most electrifying film to theaters and HBO Max. In the Heights is a beautifully orchestrated celebration of diversity, heritage, and the Latin culture that just might be  ...

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