Review: ‘High Ground’Stephen Maxwell Johnson Tells A Jarring Tale About Loyalty From The Dark...

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Of all of the under-represented and underserved in the history books Australia’s Indigenous people must be somewhere near the top. Perhaps in Europe they...

Review: ‘Pig’Nicolas Cage Proves Once Again That He’s The Master Of The Off-Beat

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The name Nicolas Cage has become synonymous with weird but lovable film content. Whether he’s battling an army of supernatural animatronics of driving a...

Review: ‘Speak No Evil’A tense, slow-burn horror film that shows the flaws in social...

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Sometimes I’m glad to be somewhat anti-social. I’m a homebody, I wasn’t always, but somewhere around 30 the idea of being home on the...

Review: ‘The Exchange’An Entertaining Look At What A Teenage Coming Of Age Story Looks...

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When I sat down to watch The Exchange I immediately went through my mental rolodex of teen coming of age comedies and realized that we...

Review: ‘PG: Psycho Goreman’Steven Kostanski's Love Letter To 80s Genre Films Hits All Of...

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There is a saying in film that’s used to describe a movie that works even though it probably shouldn’t, generally speaking they say those...

Review: ‘Infinitum: Subject Unknown’Matthew & Tori Butler-Hart Prove That With Enough Creative Force Less...

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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was felt almost right away throughout Hollywood, really no surprise there. Also, to no one's surprise, a wave...
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Review: ‘The Sleepover’Malin Akerman And Ken Marino Star In Netflix's Good-Natured Family Spy Comedy

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I’ve said it before and I’ve said it again, Netflix has come through to save an entire segment of film that just wasn’t getting...

Review: ‘Bad Trip’Eric Andre's Road-Trip/Prank Movie Is Funny, Disgusting, And Believe It Or Not,...

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I’m late to the Eric Andre party and up until I screened his new film with Del “Lil Rel” Howery, Bad Trip, I was...

Review: ‘Moon Knight’Three Battle For Control Of One In Marvel’s Frustratingly Fun New Series

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If a cool name and cooler outfit was all that’s required to launch a new superhero it would be easy to see how Moon...

Review: ‘Green Ghost And The Masters Of The Stone’Familiar Plot Made Fresh In This...

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Have you ever wondered what would happen if a white, middle-aged car salesman got wrapped up in his adoptive Mexican-American family's quest to stop...