Movie Reviews

A Captivatingly Strange Eerie Stranded in the Sticks Flick

Terror in the woods horror is almost always a safe bet, at least for those of us horror heads who…

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A Gloriously Savage Monster Beatdown Spectacle

Godzilla vs. Kong fulfills its promise as a savage monster spectacle on an absolutely colossal scale. Cities are laid waste,…

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Tom Holland & the Russo Brothers Deliver a Devastating Account of Addiction

Directors Anthony and Joe Russo step away from genre blockbusters to deliver a searing, ultra-stylized descent into drug addiction and…

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A Stale Tale of Secrets and Exorcism

The death of a loved one can be an awful and devastating event. I can relate to this as a…

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The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Premiere Review: A Thrilling, Emotional, Action-Packed Debut

Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes face new challenges in the big-budget action series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, exclusively…

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Hollywood Has a New Action King and It’s Bob Odenkirk

Hollywood has a new action king, and drumroll please, it’s Bob Odenkirk. Nobody puts the venerated comedian, writer, and award-winning…

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Barbara Crampton Vampire Movie Is a Bloody Good Time

The new vampire flick Jakob’s Wife premiered this week at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival, and watching the…

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Cold War Spy Drama Has a Great Cast But Lacks Tension

Oleg Penkovsky is not a household name, but he certainly should be. His actions during the Cold War helped to…

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