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31 Days Of Horror: “Cold Moon”

I may just be going soft in my old age, but after reading a lot of bad reviews for this movie, I settled in and got ready to tear it apart. Instead, it ended up holding my interest (for the most part) and turned out to be prett...
 
5.3

31 Days Of Horror: “A Dark Song”

My tolerance for horror movies ranges quite a bit. I don’t judge each one on the same scale. I won’t, for instance, watch something like “The Strangers” and then try to hold “Seed of Chucky” ...
 
8.5

“Thou Wast Mild and Lovely” Is A Subversive Masterpiece

  Recently, I purchased a Shudder subscription, on my Amazon Video. When I began to explore the titles they had available, I noticed they had a lot of horror/thriller films I had missed over the recent years. There were at...
 
8.0

“Oxenfree” Is A Nice Balance Of Drama, Fantasy, And Brotherly Love

Movies about brotherhood (or sisterhood for that matter) are tricky to pull off. The mood and emotional pull of the story depend so much on the actors involved having not just on-screen chemistry, but the ability to make it see...
 
6.3

“Body” Is A Thriller That’s Worth It’s Weight In Corpses

If you are a fan of indie film, you’ve probably noticed that most of your favorite films come from a small handful of production studios. A24 has been dominating the indie scene for the last few years, with an abundance o...
 
6.3

“The Alchemist Cookbook” Is Funny, Unsettling, And Strangely Brilliant

Deep in the woods, Sean (Ty Hickson) lives an isolated existence in a ramshackle trailer. Recusing himself from society, Sean lives on a diet of Doritos and Gatorade and spends his days, with his cat Casper, conducting strange,...
 
7.0