Reel Reviews

No Escape - Movie Review

Can suffice as thrilling popcorn entertainment until the good ones get here

Being Evel - Movie Review

Proves that Evel Knievel was a true superhero.

Air - Movie Review

Provides plenty of moments for its two stars to resuscitate the future-shock motion pictures of the 1970s

American Ultra - Movie Review

A fast-paced exposition of missed opportunities and creative misfires

Unfriended - Blu-ray Review

Guaranteed to have you rethinking the whole social media craze.

Ex Machina - Blu-ray Review

Few mental chess games are this intoxicating.

It Follows - Blu-ray Review

Will find a way to burrow itself deep into your psyche

Get Hard - Blu-ray Review

Pretty much what you’d expect from the first Ferrell and Hart comedic team-up...

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Z for Zachariah - Movie Review

Z for Zachariah - Movie ReviewHailing all the way from Iceland, Z for Zachariah is a haunting post-apocalyptic thriller that, by focusing on the very human elements of selfishness and survival, breaks new ground in a science fiction genre that, these days, rarely produces a crop worth harvesting. The movie  ...

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Turbo Kid - Movie Review

Turbo Kid - Movie ReviewEmbracing a joyously retro-generated vibe of all things bursting with rainbows, unicorns, NES, comic books, and Michael Ironside, Turbo Kid laser blasts its way into theaters and On Demand markets this weekend with the single mission to – as the late Rowdy Roddy Piper  ...

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No Escape - Movie Review

No Escape - Movie ReviewHaving suffered a significant stumble with last year’s subterranean found-footage thriller As Above/So Below, the brother filmmaking team of John Erick and Drew Dowdle found themselves searching for the bright promise they once showed with such films as The  ...

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Being Evel - Movie Review

Being Evel - Movie ReviewMadman.  Daredevil.  Cultural icon.   Con artist.  Whatever your view is of Robert Craig Knievel, Jeff Tremaine and Johnny Knoxville’s Dickhouse production of Being Evel presents – for the very first time – a more human side to the 1970s stunt icon who is currently  ...

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Cub (2015) - Blu-ray Review

Cub (2015) - Blu-ray ReviewFuck the great outdoors, man. I’m staying inside forever.  Cub, the debut feature of Flemish filmmaker Jonas Govaerts, is as violent and as desperate as an overnight Cub Scout camping trip should NEVER get. Throw out any preconceptions you might have about boy scouts ...

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Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell (2015) - Blu-ray Review

Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell - Blu-ray ReviewOccurring in an alternative world in which magic was once fact in British history, this seven-part mini-series from the BBC recounts the story of how real magic made its glorious return into the world thanks to two competitive magicians in the early 1800s. Stylish and slick and operating ...

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Air - Movie Review

Air - Movie ReviewFull of junked-up monochrome monitors and junky dot matrix printers, Air is a tightly wound film that operates far better as a throwback to another era of science fiction films than as a modern statement concerning the genre.   It is the story of two engineers at odds with their  ...

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American Ultra - Movie Review

American Ultra - Movie ReviewWith a title even less appealing than its premise is original, American Ultra looks to mash together the stoner comedy with the sleeper cell thriller… as if the Bourne Identity were rewritten to star James Franco and Seth Rogen. Problem is, it’s not a very good representative ...

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Nomads (1986) - Blu-ray Review

Nomads - Blu-ray ReviewWritten and directed by John McTiernan, Nomads is a film whose reputation as a disappointing film suffers solely because it was released way ahead of its time.  Print critics simply killed the film with the pen and their negative reviews upon its initial release in 1986 but –  ...

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Burn, Witch, Burn (1962) - Blu-ray Review

Burn, Witch, Burn - Blu-ray ReviewA professor, haunted by his own words of disbelief in the supernatural, runs across an empty beach as the surf crashes violently against a steady shore of rock and sand.  He is frantic in his search for his wife who is convinced that the taking of her life will prevent the loss of his.  This scene is one of  ...

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