Reviews

I have to confess up front the only reason I wanted to see MYSTERY ROAD is because Hugo Weaving and Ryan Kwanten are in it.

Jim Jarmuschs work is one heck of a bizarre catalogue, you can feel his work through its specifically relaxed pacing but beyond that his films leap from concept and genre to concept and genre.

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero Movie Review

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero Movie Review

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For me, flesh-eating viruses and similar organisms are some of the scariest things on the planet.  They...…

Trancers Blu-ray Movie Review

Trancers Blu-ray Movie Review

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I was nine years-old when I saw my first Charles Band feature; I will never forget it...…

Kelly Reichardt Collection Blu Ray Review

Kelly Reichardt Collection Blu Ray Review

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Kelly Reichardt's features are interesting even in the realm of arthouse cinema for the prolonged shots of...…

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...…