The Punch Drunk Critics ‘Best and Worst of 2020’

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It's that time of year, dear reader. We join forces to give you insight into our top picks in a very strange year for...

Review: ‘The Gentlemen’, Another British Gangster Flick From Guy Ritchie? Sign Me Up.

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The Gentlemen – Guy Ritchie’s newest star-studded affair – follows Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) who has built a marijuana empire throughout London. A Rhodes scholar originally from...

Review: ‘You Should Have Left’Kevin Bacon Leads A Satisfying Thriller To Safely Watch From...

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There are countless horror flicks dealing with haunted houses or possessions within a house. Typically, they are creepy, old, and dilapidated. Buildings that any...

Review: ‘Keep An Eye Out’Quentin Dupieux's Fun French Murder Mystery Is Driven By Absurdity...

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Louis Fugain (Gregoire Ludig) was going about his life when he stumbled across a body in Keep An Eye Out. It started out as...

Review: ‘Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark”, Also Known As Underwhelming Stories To...

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Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark, a collection of short stories by Alvin Schwartz that many of us read as children, is the newest...

Review: ‘The Curse Of Audrey Earnshaw’A Tense Thriller Full Of Dark Magic

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In the new thriller The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw we see what happens when a community reaches its limits. In 1873 a group of...

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: ‘Almost Love’A Look At Relationships Through The Eyes Of Six Friends

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Almost Love, written and directed by Mike Doyle, explores the relationships within a group of thirty something year-olds living in New York. At the...

Review: ‘Skyfire’The First Chinese Hollywood-level Disaster Film Fails To Heat Up

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Tianhuo Island is as deadly as it is gorgeous. Unfortunately, a group of unsuspecting tourists and some suspecting scientists find this out the hard...

Review – ‘Disturbing The Peace’, Has Guy Pearce Hit A New Low?

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Next in the line of forgettable Guy Pearce movies is Disturbing the Peace. Jim Dillon (Guy Pearce) is a marshal in the small town of...