Baywatch - Movie Review

DOA before the first jiggly body ever hits the beach

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales - Movie Review

The magic in the kingdom is still there, mateys. Yo ho!

Alien: Covenant - Movie Review

We’ve seen it all before

The Wall - Movie Review

Not for everyone, but most will find plenty to like.

A Dark Song - Movie Review

Will scare the hell out of you with its unsettling statement.

La La Land - Blu-ray Review

Unrealistic, ambitious, and charming as hell.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - Movie Review

The Force is indeed strong with this one.

The Bye Bye Man - Blu-ray Review

Much of the The Bye Bye Man becomes one long exercise in total frustration.

The Girl With All the Gifts - Blu-ray Review

Hands down one the best zombie films to come about in the last decade

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The Lair of the White Worm: Vestron Video Collector's Series (1988) - Blu-ray Review

Lair of the White Worm - Blu-ray ReviewWritten, directed and produced by Ken Russell, The Lair of the White Worm remains a phallic-obsessed journey through an endless barrage of serpent double-entendres by way of Bram Stoker. Russell would have it no other way either. He was, after all, a self-confessed ...

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Poltergeist II: The Other Side (Collector’s Edition) (1986) - Blu-ray Review

Poltergeist II Collector's Edition- Blu-ray ReviewIt is a dark night.  The sky is pregnant with distant stars.  A lone fire lights the desert canyon wall.  Two Native Americans sit next to it.  There is chanting.  Soon, spirits are inhaled.  If the opening to Poltergeist II: The Other Side throws you for a loop, know that you aren’t ...

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Don't Answer the Phone! (1980) - Blu-ray Review

Don't Answer the Phone - Blu-ray ReviewExploitation filmmaking rarely gets ANY trashier than with 1980’s Don’t Answer the Phone.  Shot in and around Los Angeles, it is definitely one of the scuzziest flicks produced during the beginning of that century, yet it somehow left its mark on people and, however surprisingly ...

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I Am Not Your Negro - Movie Review

I Am Not Your Negro - Movie ReviewFolks, forget about the latest horror movie scaring the pants off of viewers in the next theater over. The real shock is coming from I Am Not Your Negro, the provocative new documentary from filmmaker Raoul Peck that is as incendiary and discomforting as its ...

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Rings - Movie Review

Rings - Movie ReviewA girl watches a video. A girl receives a phone call.  A girl answers.  A girl is told of seven days to live.  A girl investigates.  A girl knows not why.  A girl becomes a no one.  Jaqen H'ghar, you are so right. With no Naomi Watts and no David Dorfman to turn to, The Ring mythos ...

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The ALIEN Franchise: The Ripley Saga Pt. 2

Aliens (1986)With Alien: Covenant about to hit screens in 2017, we thought we’d take a trip back and explore one of the most successful and often turbulent franchises in cinema history. This six part article series will take you from the beginning, through all the twists and turns, all the way through to Ridley Scott’s latest entry into the Alien legacy.

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Parents: Vestron Video Collector’s Series (1989) - Blu-ray Review

Parents (1989) - Blu-ray ReviewFrom the brassy swing of the Perez Prado mambo to the hot pink splash of the movie’s title against the front of an Oldsmobile, the opening to director Bob Balaban’s Parents suggests this horror film is not like the others.  Parents, with its witty dialogue, its critical lens, and ...

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The Monster - Blu-ray Review

The Monster - Movie review and detailsMonster movies – no matter how old-fashioned they appear – will never EVER go out of style.  There will always be a corner of the dark forest where terrifying things lurk about and, perhaps more importantly, there will always be people who want to watch these creatures spring  ...

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Message from Space (1978) - Blu-ray Review

Message From Space (1978) - Blu-ray ReviewJapanese film director and screenwriter Kinji Fukasaku (Battle Royale) has certainly left his mark on filmmaking.  Notable for his extensive use of shaky camera techniques in the 1970s, his influences on film spread worldwide over his lifetime with his final film being  ...

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