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The Bad GuysHold onto your seats! Dreamworks Animation goes full speed ahead into its new chapter with The Bad Guys, a high octane animated thriller that steals from the heist films of the ‘60s and leans into the company’s new direction with an energy we’ve not seen from the studio in quite some time ...

Trip

“We are therapists.  Nuts are our specialty.” This is what despair looks like.  It is cold and hollow, freezing its victims to the very core of their being.  For one mother, it is her daughter’s unnatural suicide which invites this unwelcome visitor in, and she can’t seem to shake its grip.  No bottle.  No pill.  No tear is ever ...

They TalkIf a film’s atmosphere could whisper all of its secrets, They Talk would never shut up.  This horror film oozes with gothic goo and it does so with intelligence and respect for the horror genre as the past comes crawling out of the grave! ...

Night Caller

Visions of MURDER!   This is how writer/director Chad Ferrin (The Deep Ones, The Chair) opens his latest horror film.  The unsettling collection of images kickstarts a series of events that has one telephone psychic wishing she’d hung up on her latest caller, a strange-sounding ...

The Duke

An art heist by the aged?!  Get ready to laugh at The Duke as another charming caper is unleashed! Director Roger Michell (Notting Hill, The Weekend) might not be with us anymore, but his final narrative film, The Duke, is reason enough to celebrate the cinematic output he left us with.  Like a typical  ...

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

It’s official! Marvel has its first horror film, and oh man…is it frightfully good!  Finally making his return to the superhero franchise after delivering the last installment of his famous Spider-Man trilogy fifteen years ago, it seems only appropriate that Marvel Studio’s inaugural horror picture is helmed by none other  ...

The Unbearable Weight of Massive TalentIn a role he was… ahem, born to play, Nicolas Cage plays Nick Cage in Tom Gormican and Kevin Etten’s The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, the pair’s earnest love letter to who else but… Nicolas Cage ...

Marvelous and the Black HoleLike Edward Scissorhands before it, this is an imaginative film about characters struggling to find their path forward.  They - like much of the populous in Marvelous and the Black Hole - are dangling by a thread in between stations in life.  Good thing there is a bit of MAGIC to push them in  ...

Children of SinWhen religion goes WRONG!  It's central to this slow burn slasher flick.  You see, Father Abraham is concerned for your children.  We hear his broadcast all through the opening few minutes of Children of Sin and already we are alarmed by his proclamations about children and all their super  ...

Brute Force

Corruption in California’s gorgeous central coast wine country?  Say it ain’t so! Actually, when you consider the racism migrant workers face on the daily, the political pressures of powerful people, and the fragile class structures at play, it’s no wonder that the harassment which takes center ...

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