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8.3
“Free Fire” Is A Creative Shoot-Em-Up Style Comedy
6.8
“In the Radiant City” Boasts Powerful Performances And An Emotional Ending
8.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “The Roaring Twenties”
7.8
“The Bad Batch” Will Amaze Some And Frustrate Others
8.0
“Hounds of Love” Is An Uncomfortable Watch, But An Unforgettable Film
7.5
“Another Evil” Is The Horror Comedy You Didn’t Know You Needed
7.3
“It Comes At Night” Is A Moody Psychological Thriller That Will Appeal To A Specific Audience
7.0
Netflix Recommendation: “Burlesque: Heart Of The Glitter Tribe”
7.0
“Space Babes From Outer Space” Is Something New (But Equally Awesome) From Brian K. Williams And Scott Schirmer
4.8
“War Machine” Proves To Be A Ho-Hum Affair
9.0
“Buster’s Mal Heart” Is A Beautiful, Trippy Sophomore Effort From Sarah Adina Smith
7.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “When a Stranger Calls” (1979)
6.5
“Small Crimes” Feels Like A Big Movie Crammed Into A Short Script
9.0
“Uncle Howard” Is A Heartbreaking and Courageous Documentary
8.0
“Gifted” Is A Touching, Heartfelt Drama
6.0
“Casting JonBenet” Scratches the Surface Of Being Interesting
7.0
“Frankenstein Created Bikers” Is Everything You Could Ask For In An Exploitation Flick
8.0
“Oklahoma City” Is A Harrowing and Poignant Documentary
9.0
“The Seven Five” Is An In-Depth Look At the Most Dangerous Cop In NY History
8.3
NSFW: “Skins” Is A Controversial Comedy With A Big Heart
8.0
“Personal Shopper” Is A Multi-Layered Independent Gem
7.8
Netflix Recommendation: “Backcountry” Is A Terrifying Man Vs. Nature Thriller
5.8
Review: “Win It All” Doesn’t Have Anything To Say We Haven’t Already Heard
7.8
Review: Netflix’s “The Discovery” Takes On the Afterlife
5.8
Throwback Thursday Review: “The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking” (1988)
5.3
Review: “The Devil’s Candy” Starts Off Slow and Moves Into Ridiculousness
6.5
Review: “Pitching Tents” Uses Movie Cliches but Doesn’t Rely On Them
7.8
Review: “American Fable”
8.0
Review: “I am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story” Is Exactly What I Needed
9.0
Review: “I Am Not Your Negro”
6.8
Review: “Trash Fire” Will Make You Uneasy, But Maybe You Like That?
8.3
Review: “Get Out” Lives Up To the Hype
4.8
Throwback Thursday: “The Indian In the Cupboard” (1995)
7.8
Netflix Recommendation: “Girl Asleep” Is A Piece Of Delightful Cinema
8.3
Netflix Recommendation: “I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore”
9.0
Review: “Manchester By the Sea”
7.0
Review: “XX” Showcases The Talents Of It’s Four Fearsome, Female Directors
8.0
Review: “The Founder” Does Not Shine A Good Light On Ray Kroc
8.0
Review: “Jackie”
8.0
Netflix Recommendation: “The Similars” Is A Bizarre and Hilarious Journey
8.3
Review: “The Love Witch” Is A Perfect Blend Of Style And Substance
6.5
Review: “Patriots Day” Feels Like A Bland Report On What Happened In Boston
8.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation” Is Pure, 90s Animated fun
7.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “Predator” (1987)
8.5
Review: “Silence” Isn’t Your Typical Scorsese Film And That’s Okay
7.3
Review: Netflix Original “iBoy” Is A Fun Sci-Fi Flick
7.5
Netflix Recommendation: “Teenage Cocktail” Is Both a Sweet Love Story, and a Warning For the Internet Generation
8.0
Review: “La La Land” Brings the Musical Back To the Big Screen
8.0
Review: “The Girl With All the Gifts” Is a Fresh, New take on the Zombie Sub-genre David’s Top Ten Films Of 2016
7.0
Review: “The Deja Vuers” Is A Quirky, Fun Short Film
7.8
Review: “Leftovers” Hits Hard In Its 12 Minutes
5.3
Review: Netflix Original “Coin Heist” Forgets To Deliver Any Kind Of Message
9.0
Michael’s Top 10 Films of 2016
4.0
Review: “Let’s Be Evil” Wants To Be More Than It is
8.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “Die Hard” (1988)
8.0
Review: “Always Shine” Is Further Proof That Director Sophia Takal Is An Important, Emerging Talent
9.3
Review: “Nocturnal Animals” Is A Brutal and Captivating Film
7.3
Netflix Recommendation Review: “White Girl”
5.5
Review: “If There’s A Hell Below” Makes Its Viewers Wait For A Pay Off That Doesn’t Exist
6.3
Throwback Thursday Review: “Silent Night, Deadly Night” (1984)
7.0
Review: “Beyond the Gates” is 80s nostalgia at it’s finest
8.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946)
8.0
Review: “The Eyes of My Mother”
7.8
Netflix Recommendation: “I Am Your Father” Is Another Piece To the Star Wars Story
8.0
Review: “Don’t Think Twice” Is An Honest Take On An Artist’s Life
7.3
Review: “Joshy” Surrounds the Drama of Its Story With Comedy and Emotion
6.8
Review: “Come and Find Me” Is a Smart, Satisfying Thriller
5.0
Review: The Netflix Original “Mercy” Has None On the Viewer
7.5
Review: “Emotional Motor Unit”
8.3
Review: “Captain Fantastic” Should Be Mandatory Viewing For Everyone
3.5
Review: “Somnus” Falls Short of Being an Epic, Sci-fi Thriller
6.5
Review: “The Monster” Features Two Wonderful Performances, But Feels a Little Too Familiar
6.0
Throwback Thursday Review: Heavy Weights (1995)
5.3
Review: “Nerve” Starts Out With Good Intentions; Loses Its Way Quickly
7.3
Review: “Fear, Inc.” Ranks In the Top of the Horror Comedy Genre
7.5
Review: “Wolf Mother”
7.5
Review: “Microbe and Gasoline” Marks the Return of Gondry’s Whimsical Brand of Genius
5.3
Review: “In A Valley of Violence” is ‘John Wick’ In the Old West
5.8
Throwback Thursday Review: “Swamp Thing” (1982)
7.0
Review: “Something Blue” Packs A Lot of Emotion Into A Short Film
8.0
31 Days of Horror: “I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives In the House” Is A Slow Burner
5.8
31 Days of Horror: “She Was So Pretty”
2.3
31 Days Of Horror: “HoneyBee” Is A Train Wreck I Couldn’t Look Away From
7.3
31 Days Of Horror: “Jack Goes Home” Will Make You Question Your Own Sanity
5.3
31 Days of Horror: “To Jennifer” (2013)
5.0
31 Days of Horror: “Deadly Blessing” (1981)
1.0
31 Days of Horror: “Nightmare Weekend” (1986)
7.3
31 Days Of Horror: “Fun Size Horror: Volume 1 and 2” Streaming On Hulu
6.8
31 Days of Horror: “The Greasy Strangler”
6.5
31 Days of Horror: “Pumpkinhead” (1988)
7.3
31 Days Of Horror: “Freaks Of Nature” Is An Insanely Fun Experience
7.0
31 days of Horror: “Phenomena” (1985)
6.5
31 Days of Horror: “Patient Seven” Felt More Like A Good TV Show Than Movie
7.0
31 Days of Horror: “Time to Kill” (2014)
3.8
31 Days of Horror: “The Evil in Us”
6.8
31 Days Of Horror: “Amigo Undead” Was A Pleasant Surprise
8.0
31 Days of Horror: “Train to Busan”
5.3
31 Days Of Horror: “Road Games” Stays In Neutral
7.0
31 Days of Horror: “Event Horizon” (1997)
2.0
31 Days Of Horror: “Satanic” Was Better Left On the Shelf
2.3
31 Days of Horror: “Breeders” (1986)
8.0
31 Days of Horror: “Lace Crater” Is Indie Horror at It’s Best.
7.0
31 Days of Horror: “Splinter” (2008)
8.3
31 Days Of Horror: “Tickled” Is A Surreal Documentary That’s As Interesting As It Is Frightening
4.8
31 Days of Horror: “Lawnmower Man” (1992)
6.3
31 Days of Horror: “Lights Out”
7.0
31 Days Of Horror: “Friend Request” Sheds the Stereotypes Of the Social Media Horror Films
7.0
31 Days of Horror: “The Chair”
7.5
31 Days of Horror: “Where Is Robert Fisher? (2011)” Is Scarier Than Fiction
8.3
31 Days of Horror: “Ravenous” (1999)
6.3
31 Days of Horror: “She Kills”
6.8
31 Days Of Horror: “The Windmill Massacre”
5.3
Review: “31” Boasts One Awesome Character Surrounded By A Lot Of Terrible Ones
8.0
Netflix Recommendation: “Audrie and Daisy” Is As Important As It Is Difficult To Watch
5.5
Review: “Goat” Felt Incomplete; Didn’t go As Far As I Thought It Would
8.3
Review: “Swiss Army Man” May Be the Weirdest Movie I’ve Seen
6.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “Freddy vs. Jason” (2003)
8.0
Review: “Hell Or High Water” Is Easily Looked Over, but Shouldn’t Be
5.3
Review: “Blair Witch” Feels Too Much Like the Original
7.8
Review: “Plank Face”
6.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “Needful Things” (1993)
8.5
Review: “Hunt for the Wilderpeople”
7.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “Obsession” (1976)
8.0
Review: “De Palma” Is Everything I Want In A Documentary About A Filmmaker
7.0
Netflix Recommendation: “Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story)” Is An Anti-cautionary Tale About Teen Sex
7.3
Review: “I Am Not A Serial Killer” Is A Slice Of Indie Films At Their Best
6.5
Review: “The Neon Demon” Is Original and Beautiful; But That May Not Be Enough
6.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “Killer Klowns From Outer Space” (1988)
7.3
Review: “The Intervention”
6.8
Review: “Morris From America” Tells A Complete Story; Albeit At A Slower Pace
4.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “Bad Girls” (1994)
7.5
Review: “Weiner”: A Documentary Of How One Politician Fell From Grace Twice
7.5
Review: “The Mind’s Eye” is a fun as hell throwback to the sci-fi/horror films of the 80s!
6.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “Spellbinder” (1988)
7.3
Review: “Imperium” Boasts Strong Acting but Rushes Through Story
7.3
Throwback Thursday Review: “A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors” (1987)
4.0
Review: “Suicide Squad” Is A Jumbled Mess
6.5
Review: “What We Become”
8.0
Review: “Wiener-Dog” is Todd Solondz at his darkest
7.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “Hook” (1991)
6.8
Throwback Thursday Review: “The Neverending Story” Trilogy (Part 1: 1984, Part 2: 1990, Part 3: 1994)
1.8
Review: “Lake Eerie” is laughably bad
8.5
Review: “Sun Choke”
6.3
Throwback Thursday Review: Little Monsters (1989)
8.3
Throwback Thursday Review: “Inside” (2007)
7.5
Netflix Recommendation: “Tallulah”
7.3
Review: “Into the Forest” offers a more tender, realistic take on the post-apocalyptic thriller
6.3
Review: “In the Deep” Is A Good, Not Great, Shark Movie
7.8
Throwback Thursday Review: “Hard Candy” (2005)
8.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “Rules of Attraction” (2002)
8.0
Review: “Harvest Lake”
7.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “The Ghost and the Darkness” (1996)
7.0
Review: “Mythica: The Iron Crown”
7.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “Harry and the Hendersons” (1987)
6.5
Throwback Thursday Review: Behind the Mask – The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)
7.3
Netflix Recommendation: ‘Let Us Prey’
8.5
Review: “Bone Tomahawk” Is Brutal and Entertaining
7.8
Netflix Recommendation: ‘People, Places, Things’ Is Indie Filmmaking At Its Finest
7.5
Netflix Recommendation: ‘A Pigeon Sat On A Branch’ Is Existential Gold
7.0
Netflix Recommendation: “Darkness On the Edge of Town”
7.3
Review: “The Hateful Eight” Is Far From Tarantino’s Best, but Still Enjoyable
7.8
Review: ‘The Editor’ Is Over the Top Fun
7.0
Netflix Recommendation: “World Of Tomorrow”
7.8
Review: “The Survivalist” Is A Tense, Slow-Burning Drama You Shouldn’t Miss
6.8
Review: “Hangman” Succeeds Despite Being A Found Footage Film
7.8
Netflix Recommendation: “Dope”
7.3
Netflix Recommendation: “Finders Keepers” Is A Documentary That’s As Hilarious As It Is Sad
7.8
Netflix Recommendation: “The Invitation” Starts Off Slow and Ends With A Bang
7.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “Can’t Hardly Wait” (1998)
4.0
Review: “The Purge: Election Year” Is Proof the Idea Has Run Its Course
8.0
Review: Netflix’s “Rebirth” Is A Mind-Bending Thriller
7.3
Review: “Baskin” Isn’t For Everybody, But Will No Doubt Be Considered A Classic
5.8
Review: “Tex Montana Will Survive!” Didn’t Pack The Punch I Wanted
7.3
Review: “Nina Forever” Is An Impressive Debut Film From the Blaine Brothers
5.8
Review: “The Dead Room” Starts Strong Only To Fail In Its Final Act
8.0
Netflix Recommendation: “The Resurrection of Jake ‘the Snake’ Roberts”
9.3
Netflix Recommendation: “The Fear of 13” Is An Incredible Documentary
6.0
Review: ‘Clown’ Tries To Inject Originality Into the Possession Genre
7.3
Review: “Demolition” Is A Hard-Hitting Drama That Shouldn’t Be Missed
8.0
Netflix Recommendation: “Hush” Is Must-See Psychological Horror
6.5
Review: “Pandemic” Brings A Video Game Experience To the Big Screen
9.0
Review: “Sing Street”
7.5
Review: “Hail, Caesar!” Is A Fine Addition To the Coen Brothers Collection
4.8
Review: “The Boy” Loses Its Way; Delivers A Disappointing Product
7.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “Empire Records” (1995)
8.0
Netflix Recommendation: “King Jack”
8.3
Review: “Carnage Park” Is A Stylized Horror Film That Plays By Its Own Rules
5.3
Review: “The Shallows” Does Everything Right Except For the Shark Scenes
5.5
Review: “I Saw the Light” Speeds Through An Iconic Musicians Life
6.8
Throwback Thursday Review: “Road Trip” (2000)
5.8
Review: “X-Men: Apocalypse” Sets Up Future Films; Delivers Flat Story
7.3
Throwback Thursday Review: “Newsies” (1992)
7.0
Throwback Thursday Review: “Under Siege” (1992)
7.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “Lady in White” (1988)
7.3
Review: “High-Rise” Is A Surreal Journey Into the Human Condition
5.3
Review: “Dealin’ With Idiots” Feels Like An Incomplete Comedy
6.8
Review: “Midnight Special” Doesn’t Answer All Of Its Questions, But It Doesn’t Have To
6.8
Throwback Thursday Review: “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” Out Bonds James Bond (2015)
6.0
Review: “Colonia” Feels Like Two Different Films; One I Liked and One I Didn’t
6.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “The Pagemaster” Tried To Get Kids To Enjoy Literature (1994)
6.0
Review: “Kill Your Friends” Is Nothing We Haven’t Already Seen
5.5
Review: “Jane Got A Gun” Is A Ho-Hum Affair
7.0
Review: ‘Tales of the Grim Sleeper’
7.5
Review: “The Diary Of A Teenage Girl” Perfectly Depicts A Young Woman Entering Adulthood
3.3
Review: “Curve” Is Horrendous Yet You Can’t Stop Watching
3.5
Review: “The Forest”: Or Watch Natalie Dormer Ask A Hundred Questions
6.3
Review: “Intruders” Is A Blueprint Of How To Create A Story Grounded In Reality While Still Being Sensational
6.5
Review: “Legend” Tries To Make Us Grow Tired Of Tom Hardy and It Almost Works
7.8
Review: “Spotlight” Is A True Story That Keeps You Engaged
6.3
Review: “Trumbo” Is Another Strong Showing From Bryan Cranston; Still Falls Short
7.8
Review: “The Big Short” Is A Comedy That Also Packs A Dramatic Punch
7.5
Review: “Room” Is An Emotional Ride Supported By Superb Acting
3.5
Review: “Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension” Is the Death Rattle of This Franchise
7.5
Review: “Sicario” Is One of the Most Bad Ass Films You Shouldn’t Miss
7.3
Review: “The Lobster” Is One of the Most Unique Films of the Year
4.8
Review: “Scouts Guide To the Zombie Apocalypse” Relies On Tired Humor
5.3
Review: ‘Sleeping With Other People’ Forgets To Entertain the Audience
4.0
Review: “Sinister 2” Does Nothing To Build Off Its Predecessor
6.5
Review: ‘The Night Before’ Is Fun but May Have Stretched Itself Too Thin
7.3
Review: ‘The Wolfpack’ Is A Documentary That Felt More Like An Indie Film
1.3
Review: “Saving Christmas” Is Insulting To Christians and Non-Christians Alike
7.0
Review: ‘Mistress America’ Is As Funny As It Is Authentic
7.5
Review: ‘Crimson Peak’ Uses the Horror Genre To Tell A Captivating Story
8.0
Review: ‘Amy’ Is An Eye Opening and Emotional Documentary
7.0
Review: ‘Extraordinary Tales’ May Be Animated, but Still For Adults
3.5
Review: ‘The Green Inferno’ Tries To Shock You, But Ultimately Bores
5.3
Review: ‘A Christmas Horror Story’ Fails To Evoke Much Emotion
7.3
Review: ‘Killers’ Is Bloody Fun
2.8
Review: “Knock Knock” Terrorizes the Audience More Than It’s Main Character
4.0
Review: ‘The Blood Lands’ Fails To Tell Us Anything Interesting
6.3
Review: ‘Hidden’ Is A Claustrophobic Thriller
1.8
Review: ‘Eaters’ Is So Bad It Becomes Hilarious
6.5
Review:
4.5
Review: ‘Last Shift’ Delivers Creepy Imagery but Can’t Stay Away From Genre Cliches
7.0
Review: We Both Watched ‘Goodnight Mommy’: Here’s How We Felt
6.8
Review: ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ Does Away With Formula and Gives Us Something Great
6.0
Review: ‘Black Mass’ Doesn’t Focus on Whitey Bulger That Much
6.3
Review: ‘Cooties’ Is Quirky, Violent, and Funny
6.8
Review: ‘The Visit’ Is A Step In the Right Direction For Shyamalan
6.3
Review: ‘American Ultra’ : A Stoner Comedy With Charm
7.3
Review: ‘The Gift’ Is A Tense Thriller That Will Stay With You
6.3
Review: ‘Bloodsucking Bastards’ Is the Comedic Bloodbath You’re Looking For
6.5
Review: ‘7 Chinese Brothers’ Is Not Your Typical Comedy, And That’s A Good Thing
5.0
Review: ‘7 Minutes’ Fails To Entertain
4.0
Review: The Only Scary Thing About ‘Poltergeist’ Is That It Got Made
3.8
Review: “Insidious: Chapter 3” Is A Mess From the Start
7.3
Review: ‘What We Do In the Shadows’ Is A Creative Mockumentary


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