The Last Duel - Movie Review

Societally relevant

Halloween Kills - Movie Review

The Shape strikes back!

Lamb - Movie Review

Sneaky and deceitful

No Time to Die - Movie Review

A rousing final adventure

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins - 4K UHD REview

Not the movie it needs to be

Free Guy - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

Super fun

Old - 4K UHD Steelbook Review

So slapdash amateur

The Night House - Movie Review

A spooky little journey into terror

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The Mutation - Movie Review

The Mutation

I smell a rat!  A big one with cute, furry ears and it is coming this way for some bite-sized Halloween fun! Directed by Scott Jeffrey, The Mutation is a creature feature that keeps its suspense in check until it can no longer keep it or the corniness ...

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Titane - Movie Review

TitaneWriter/director Julia Ducournau’s sophomore feature film, Titane, is definitely one of the wildest and most shocking films that you will ever see…but in all of the best ways. You will squirm. You will grip your arm rest. You will even spew out many “No”s at the screen (trust me, I did the same). But the  ...

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Shallow Grave (1987) Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive - Blu-ray Review

Shallow Grave (1987) Vinegar Syndrome ExclusiveEnding up in a ditch with a flat tire and no spare is just the beginning of Sue Ellen, Patty, Cindy and Rose’s problems in the regional thriller Shallow Grave ...

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Blades (1989) Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive - Blu-Ray Review

Blades (1989)You can slice 'em and dice 'em any which way you want to, but they simply don't make movies like this anymore!  No budget?  No problem, when done correctly!  Just ask Deke Slater, the man thought responsible for the killings at Tall Grass Country Club ...

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The Many Saints of Newark - Movie Review

The Many Saints of NewarkIf we are to believe the film’s promotional materials, namely its poster which asks “Who Made Tony Soprano,” then The Many Saints of Newark is an origin story for the fictional gangster played by James Gandolfini in David Chase’s groundbreaking, award-winning HBO drama series ...

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Devil Story (1986) Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive - Blu-ray Review

Devil Story (1986)

“I’m the master of the ghost ship!” Come for the zombie in the Nazi uniform killing random people and stay for the nonstop hilarity as director Bernard Launois gives audiences a wild tasting slice of French horror pie in Devil Story, his first and last horror film.  This is a Z-grade movie where ...

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Dementia 13 - Director’s Cut: Vestron Video Collector’s Series (1963)

Dementia 13 - Director’s Cut: Vestron Video Collector’s SeriesThe umbrellas.  The Flowers.  And Mother’s collapse.  Every year, it is the same thing.  Welcome to the cruel and keyed-in paranoia of Dementia 13.  If the headaches brought about by this dysfunctional family don’t get you, the axe murderer just might ...

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Like Dogs - Movie Review

Like DogsNature vs. Nurture.  It’s an age-old argument, right?  There are those who say killers are born that way and there are other people who think that killers are created.  There’s evidence to support both arguments, but, as seems to be the thesis in writer/director Randy Van Dyke’s Like Dogs ...

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Alone in the Dark: Collector's Edition (1982) - Blu-ray Review

Alone in the Dark: Collector's Edition

“Alright, they’re crazy! Isn’t everybody?” We are all crazy.  Every one of us are absolutely insane and little separates us from those poor individuals committed due to their uncontrolled impulses.  Working with this idea, Alone in the Dark condemns all of society, showing just how ...

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Auntie Lee's Meat Pies (1992) - Blu-ray Review

Auntie Lee's Meat Pies (1992)

What’s the secret ingredient to your fantastic meat pies, Auntie Lee?  Inquiring minds want to know. Opening with a violent roadside altercation which results in the death of a kindly preacher (Night Patrol‘s Pat Paulsen) with a cross on his car for a hood ornament might not be for everyone, but  ...

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