Review: ‘Endless’Alexandra Shipp And Nicholas Hamilton Explore How Far Love Can Reach

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They say love conquers all, but does that apply at any age? The new supernatural romance Endless tests the boundaries of teenage love. Riley...

Review: ‘A Girl Missing’Koji Fukada's Slow Burning Mystery Stays In Neutral

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A Girl Missing tells the tale of a family dealing with the horrors and fallout from a kidnapping. Ichiko (Mariko Tsutsui) works as a...

Review: ‘Feast Of The Seven Fishes’, A Christmas Dinner You Don’t Want To Miss

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With Last Christmas and now Feast of the Seven Fishes, the holiday movie season is officially upon us! It is a couple of days before Christmas...

Review: ‘John Henry’, Terry Crews Wields The Sledge Hammer In This Modern Retelling

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The next adaptation of the John Henry legend is here with Terry Crews staring in/as John Henry. This modern take of the tale of the steel-driving...

Review: ‘Ghosts Of War’WWII Soldiers Experience Horrors Beyond The Battlefield

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Five American soldiers get shown that the horrors of WWII extend beyond the battlefield in Ghosts of War. Chris (Brenton Thwaites) and his platoon...

Review: ‘The Vigil’IFC's New Demonic Horror Is Immersed In Judaism

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IFC’s latest thriller The Vigil puts a new spin on an often-told tale. Yakov Ronen (Dave Davis) is a man that has lost his...

Review: ‘The Whistlers’, A Film Noir Where No One Is Clean As A Whistle

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  Mobsters and the police hunting them down. Corruption and deceit. Surveillance, backstabbing, robberies, and of course…whistling – what else would you expect from a modern-day film...

Review: ‘Honeydew’Sawyer Spielberg Goes On A Vacation From Hell

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Traveling can always be a crapshoot, especially when you don’t really have anywhere to stay except a tent. While you may think that provides...

Review: ‘The Complex: Lockdown’A Video Game Adaptation That Should Have Stuck To The Console

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The Complex, a full-motion video game (FMV), was released on all major systems months ago. In the game, developers tout a story that leads...

Review: ‘Midsommar,’ Always Check Reviews Before Traveling

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Following the success of last year’s Hereditary (which I also reviewed, and you can find here in case you missed it) Ari Aster has taken a...