‘Dead Night’ Review – An Homeage to the Horror Genre

Zombies, Murder, and Gore – Oh my! I’ve never been much of a horror buff and I’m not one to get excited when a new horror film comes out unless it’s some sort of a psychological thriller. That being said, I do have a few favorite films from the genre and I do appreciate what more »

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‘Skyscraper’ Spoiler-Free Review: Exactly The Film It Needs To Be

skyscraperWhile ‘Skyscraper’ is certainly not an original film by any means, it is well constructed enough to ride on the undeniable nature of Dwayne Johnson’s charisma. Hit the jump to read our spoiler-free review of the film!

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‘Wonder Wheel’ or: When Autopilot Woody Allen Goes on Autopilot

wonder wheelSet in one of Mr. Allen’s favorite periods, 1950s Coney Island as only he can visualize, romanticize and dramatize it, the ‘Wonder Wheel’ of the title refers to the legendary Ferris wheel on the boardwalk

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George Clooney’s “Suburbicon” Goes for Dark Laughs with Faint Success

Suburbicon is an especially savage Coen Brothers yarn and one that would have been more of a success under a different director, even directed by the men themselves. That comment isn’t meant to slander Mr. Clooney’s abilities as a filmmaker, but there come a handful of scenes where it feels he’s too timid to truly embrace its misanthropic ideology.

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A “Babysitter” McG Tries With

Of all the “second tier” Netflix acquisitions this year, “The Babysitter” is arguably the best, thanks to its lean running time of 85 minutes, the chemistry between its two leads and some ghoulishly outlandish death scenes that could earn a deserved place in the pantheon of horror films. Beyond that, it’s not really something that hasn’t been done before and stronger.

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‘M.F.A.’ Review – Masters the Art of Making a Star

M.F.A. touches a very sensitive subject. And the timing of the release comes at a time where rape and sexual assualt is now making the headlines in Hollywood more than ever. It’s a subject that needs to be talked about more and an act that should never have to be committed against anyone. To any more »

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‘Blade Runner 2049’: The Power of Cinema on Full Blast

The second you finish reading this, don’t think. Just open another tab on your browser or the app on your phone, go to Fandango or Movie Tickets or whatever app you’re inclined to use and take part in what is unquestionably one of the grandest achievements of this year.

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The Enduring Power of ‘Psycho’ Lives On in ’78/52′

Picture it: any movie theater in the fall of 1960. It was the shower seen around the world, followed quickly and without warning by the screams of millions that reached the darkest recesses of space. Over a short period of time, it was a story that turned legendary, even without seeing the actual film: amateur more »

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