Okja - Movie Review

It is not to be missed.

Transformers: The Last Knight - Movie Review

Exactly what you’d expect

47 Meters Down - Movie Review

White-knuckled terror from the depths

The Book of Henry - Movie Review

Certainly not spineless, but neither is it a real page-turner.

John Wick: Chapter 2 - Blu-ray Review

A sequel that walks the walk and gets it right.

The LEGO Batman Movie - Blu-ray Review

Might be the best-looking blu-ray presentation of an animated film released yet.

Get Out - Movie Review

The effect this thing will leave on you can’t be denied.

Fist Fight - Blu-ray Review

Teachers behaving badly just got worse

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Serial Mom: Collector's Edition (1994) - Blu-ray Review

Serial Mom (1994) Collector's Edition - Blu-ray Review“Honey, look! I made a killing,” exclaims Beverly Sutphin as she marches hurriedly back to her daughter’s booth with a black fire poker in her hand.  She’s as clueless as she is psychotic and the hilariously long line of cop cars that follows her on the way to church is proof enough ...

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The Mad Magician (1954) - Blu-ray Review

The Mad Magician - Blu-ray ReviewDirector John Brahm knows how to create mood.  I praised his efforts in my reviews for The Lodger and The Undying Monster, but with Vincent Price in 1954’s The Mad Magician, he adds a new dimension to terror.  By mixing the 3D technology of the time period with shockingly ...

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The Wall - Movie Review

The Wall - Movie ReviewA wall. A divider used for shelter, protection, or privacy. A barrier that separates good from evil, life from death, and secrets from the known. It’s a metaphor director Doug Liman uses to great effect in The Wall, a film that takes place in late 2007 during the waning months of the ...

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VHS Massacre: Cult Films and the Decline of Physical Media (2016) - Blu-ray Review

VHS Massacre: Cult Films and the Decline of Physical Media (2016) - Blu-ray ReviewIf you’ve read my article Five Beers: In Defense of the Trashier Side of Cinema, then you probably realize a documentary about the rise and fall of physical media is going to be close to my heart.  This is the territory of VHS Massacre: Cult Films and the Decline ...

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A Dark Song - Movie Review

A Dark Song - Movie ReviewHow far would you go to break on through to the other side?  That answer probably depends upon the situation and the person.  All of which makes soaking in the sounds of A Dark Song so incredibly rewarding.  It is easily on par with The Witch when it comes to mood ...

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Brain Damage: Limited Edition (1988) - Blu-ray Review

Brain Damage (1988) - Blu-ray ReviewI’m just going to go ahead and say (and spray) it everywhere.  Exploitation filmmaker Frank Henenlotter is one of the few remaining mad geniuses of the cinema; he’s a walking masterpiece of the b-movie.  Horror Hounds and Gore-Gore girls, this is what happens when  ...

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Making Contact (1985) - Blu-ray Review

Making Contact (1985) - Blu-ray ReviewI bet you probably didn’t know that Darth Vader made an appearance in another film shortly after the release of Return of the Jedi.  I also bet you didn’t know that a fat kid’s biggest fear is to be eaten by a double cheeseburger.  It’s all true.  Making Contact, an Amblin ...

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The Naked Cage (1986) - Blu-ray Review

The Naked Cage - Blu-ray ReviewLooking for a quick study of the attitude and overall swagger of the 1980s?  Few things are as tonally expressive AND summative as the opening few minutes of this flick when it comes to the 1980s heyday.  Look no further ...

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Watch the First Full Trailer for BLADE RUNNER 2049

Trailer for Blade Runner 2049

Some 35 years after Ridley Scott underwhelmed the box office, yet became an icon of sci-fi lore with his science fiction hallmark film, Blade Runner, the filmmaker once again leaves his mark on the genre with the release of the first full-length trailer (courtesy of Warner Bros.) for Blade  ...

 

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The Corpse Vanishes/Bowery At Midnight (1942) - Blu-ray Review

The Corpse Vanishes \ Bowery at Midnight - blu-ray reviewWhile Bela Lugosi’s residency making poverty row pictures was relatively short-lived, there were a handful of solid horror titles he made that originally went ignored.  The Corpse Vanishes, doubling down on the genuine weirdness of an aging couple obsessed with  ...

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