Reviews

I was nine years-old when I saw my first Charles Band feature; I will never forget it because it was also my first 3-D film.

Kelly Reichardts features are interesting even in the realm of arthouse cinema for the prolonged shots of pure organic life amid slow, quiet, intimate stories of humans doing things that are wholly unremarkable but believable because of this.

Curtains Bluray Review

Curtains Bluray Review

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I first heard about CURTAINS a long time ago, probably around 1988 or so.  A friend of...…

The Midnight Game Movie Review

The Midnight Game Movie Review

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Ask anybody about urban legends or myths that were circulated when they were in high school, and...…

Ironclad: Battle for Blood Movie Review

Ironclad: Battle for Blood Movie Review

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I’m not sure if I’ve ever mentioned this before, but I really enjoy movies that contain big...…

Labyrinth Movie Review

Labyrinth Movie Review

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No, this is not a review for the 80s David Bowie film that features Jim Henson’s creature-creations...…

Devil's Knot DVD Review

Devil's Knot DVD Review

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Although it’s inconvenient or annoying in the moment, sometimes it’s a good thing when your local Redbox’s...…

Sx_Tape DVD Review

Sx_Tape DVD Review

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When you have a director who has made an iconic horror movie in the past, you certainly...…

Bloody Birthday Blu-ray Review

Bloody Birthday Blu-ray Review

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BLOODY BIRTHDAY is one of those obscure horror flicks that I have seen in movie stores at...…

Her Blu-ray Review

Her Blu-ray Review

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Spike Jonze directs this award-winning drama following Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix), a lonely writer who falls in...…