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“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

“68 Kill” Is A Woman-Fueled Bloodbath

“A woman calling the shots. I like it. If you ask me, there should be a few more of us in the world” – Liza   Women, murder, sex, guns, and comedy. Five words that perfectly sum up Trent Haaga’s new...
 
7.0

Review: “I Am Not Your Negro”

  On James Baldwin articulate worldly but American invested in humanity precisely of his time precise of our time 40 years later reflection is not to be ignored but sought out for understanding is essential and as it was l...
 
9.0

Netflix Recommendation: “I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore”

A real life experience inspired writer/director/actor Macon Blair’s newest film. When someone broke into his New York apartment and took items that belonged to him and his wife, Blair found out the process to catch the pe...
 
8.3

Review: “Joshy” Surrounds the Drama of Its Story With Comedy and Emotion

While Jeff Baena’s “Joshy” boasts an ensemble cast of comedic actors, at no point does it feel like it was ever just going for the laughs. Instead, Baena starts off with a very harrowing scene and then keeps i...
 
7.3

31 Days of Horror: “The Greasy Strangler”

  Once in a great while, there comes a movie that has only one goal, in it’s morbid mind; to offend all of your senses and do it in an entertaining fashion. Writer/director Jim Hosking and co-writer Toby Harvard cert...
 
6.8