Reel Reviews

Exeter - Movie Review

definitely a suspenseful lesson in unrelenting brutality.

Southpaw - Movie Review

Let’s just call it a TKO.

Ant-Man - Movie Review

Can a half-an-inch tall superhero do the heavy lifting?

Trainwreck - Movie Review

There’s still time to catch Amy Schumer before she breaks out in the biggest of ways

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...

The Lazarus Effect - Blu-ray Review

Playing God is not without consequence.

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House of 1000 Dolls (1967) - Blu-ray Review

House of 100 Dolls - Blu-ray ReviewRescued from the vaults of obscurity by Kino Lorber Studio Classics, famed B-movie producer Harry Alan Towers’ House of 1000 Dolls has reopened.  While the title sounds promising, House of 1000 Dolls, directed by Jeremy Summers, is a place you might visit but definitely  ...

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Southpaw - Movie Review

Southpaw - Movie ReviewWere it not for the devastatingly effective one-two punch of Jake Gyllenhaal and Forest Whitaker in Antoine Fuqua’s boxing movie Southpaw, the film might succumb to the legitimate criticism of its formulaic underpinnings. Sure, it borrows many of the ...

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Exeter - Movie Review

Exeter - Movie REviewExeter, a horror film that features a makeshift exorcism and something equivalent to human protein shakes, is potentially the shot in the arm the genre needs. It’s bloody, somewhat humorous, and ends with a twist that many won’t see coming. I’m not suggesting that the movie is   ...

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Black Sabbath (1963) - Blu-ray Review

Black Sabbath (1963) - Blu-ray ReviewDirected by Mario Brava (Planet of Vampires), Black Sabbath remains an influential horror film. It is, after all, where Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, and Ozzy Osbourne (who all marveled at the fact that people actually paid money only to leave theaters that  ...

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Madhouse (1974) - Blu-ray Review

Madhouse (1974) - Blu-ray ReviewThere is so much to say about this darling little horror flick. Jim Clark’s Madhouse is a film that – had there been some sort of coordinated effort behind the scenes to get everyone on the same page – could have been a financial success. As it stands, the film  ...

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Truck Turner (1974) - Blu-ray Review

Truck Turner - Blu-ray ReviewI’m not going to mince words here. Truck Turner is one seriously badass flick. It is the type of B-movie that gets me so excited for the unlimited possibilities of low budget cinema. It is sooo much better than Shaft and the countless other Blaxploitation films offered up in the wake of ...

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Blacula / Scream Blacula Scream (1972/1973) - Blu-ray Review

Blacula/Scream Blacula Scream (1972/1973) - Blu-ray ReviewHe’s one strange dude. Blacula, starring William Marshall (who would go on to become television’s The King of Cartoons on Pee-wee's Playhouse), and its immediate sequel Scream Blacula Scream (with the feisty Pam Grier) live again on Scream Factory’s twofer blu-ray   ...

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The Crimson Cult (1968) - Blu-ray Review

The Crimson Cult - Blu-ray ReviewOpening with a bare-breasted dominatrix whipping a sacrificial virgin, The Crimson Cult AKA Curse of the Crimson Altar has to be one of the strangest British productions to have been distributed by American International Pictures. It is based on H.P. Lovecraft’s short story,  ...

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The Andromeda Strain (1971) - Blu-ray Review

The Andromeda Strain - Blu-ray reviewRobert Wise. The name alone should command respect. He was, after all, the man who edited Citizen Kane and directed (in no particular order) West Side Story, The Sound of Music, The Body Snatcher (the last film to feature both Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi), The Day the  ...

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Trainwreck - Movie Review

Trainwreck - Movie ReviewNot yet on the Amy Schumer bandwagon? If the comedienne’s steady rise to cultural notoriety on such shows as Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer and her numerous turns at the mic on awards programs and comedy clubs have yet to ping your entertainment radar, there’s still time to catch  ...

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