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

New on Blu-ray

Split Second: MVD Rewind Collection (1992) - Blu-ray Review

Split Second

Big gun! Number one! Maybe it’s the heavy biker boots announcing his thunderous arrival to all lawbreakers in a post-global warming world.  Maybe it’s the dark, circle-framed sunglasses through which he sees all varieties of criminal behavior in ...

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The Faceless Man - Movie Review

The Faceless Man

Ozploitation, due to this film’s endless genre twists, has found a new voice within the guttural growl of The Faceless Man!   Thanks to Freedom Cinema and director James Di Martino, The Faceless Man has arrived to make a name for itself with extreme gore and the blackest of comedy ...

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DEATH ON THE NILE Trailer Arrives - Star-studded Sequel to MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS

Death on the NileFollowing the surprising success of 2017's Murder on the Orient Express, 20th Century Fox promised a follow up that would revisit the exploits of five-time Oscar nominee Kenneth Branagh's master sleuth, Detective Hercule Poirot ...

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Widow's Point - Movie Review

Widow's PointSometimes good ghost stories like the one trapped inside Widow's Point have to be heard by those who actually experienced them in order to be truly appreciated.  Thankfully, actor Craig Sheffer - in what amounts to a slow burn of a performance as madness descends - is up to the  ...

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Attack of the Unknown - Movie Review

ttack of the Unknown

Yes! Yes! Yes!  The Mahal Brothers with writer/director Brandon Slagle (Crossbreed) are back in action! The B-minded exploitation hits hard at the beginning of Attack of the Unknown as the SWAT team at the center of this LA-bound flick takes out a heinous drug lord ...

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Russell Crowe's Thriller UNHINGED to Hit Theaters This Weekend: Watch the New Trailer

Unhinged - Movie Trailer

Covid lockdowns got you down? Us too. Just be careful out there because you never know what kind of day the person in front of you is having. Take Russell Crowe's character in the upcoming theatrical release of Unhinged as an example. Credited simply as ...

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The Wretched (2020) - Blu-ray Review

The WretchedPoor Ben (John-Paul Howard).  No one believes him.  No one.  And he is seeing, as he has come in for the summer to work at his Dad’s marina, a lot of strange shit that defies easy explanation.  Unfortunately, no one believes in witches anymore ...

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The Good Things Devils Do - Movie Review

The Good Things Devils DoTrick or Treat!  The Season of the Witch is upon us and, if the horrible highs of The Good Things Devils Do is any hint of the TREATS to come, then we are going to have a damn good viewing season! The ominous tones start early in The Good Things Devils Do and, while there is a ...

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An American Pickle - Movie Review

An American PickleSeth Rogen plays dual roles in An American Pickle, the new comedy from director Brandon Trost and former SNL scribe Simon Rich. He is both Herschel Greenbaum, a turn-of-the-nineteenth-century ditch digger plying his craft in Eastern Europe, as well as Ben Greenbaum, a 30-something ...

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Clownface - Movie Review

ClownfaceCheese puffs. Good weed.  Vodka and a rape fantasy?  Clownface, opening with a 10-minute scene of voyeurism which spirals from a bit of the naughty-naighty to a complete bloodbath, puts its grittiest foot forward as a local urban legend - the very brutal “Clownface” - gets his own headlining  ...

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