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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)
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Review: “Something Blue” Packs A Lot of Emotion Into A Short Film
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31 Days of Horror: “I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives In the House” Is A Slow Burner
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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
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31 Days of Horror: “To Jennifer” (2013)
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31 Days of Horror: “Deadly Blessing” (1981)
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31 Days of Horror: “Nightmare Weekend” (1986)
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31 Days Of Horror: “Fun Size Horror: Volume 1 and 2” Streaming On Hulu
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31 Days of Horror: “The Greasy Strangler”
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31 Days of Horror: “Pumpkinhead” (1988)
7.3
31 Days Of Horror: “Freaks Of Nature” Is An Insanely Fun Experience
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31 days of Horror: “Phenomena” (1985)
6.5
31 Days of Horror: “Patient Seven” Felt More Like A Good TV Show Than Movie
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31 Days of Horror: “Time to Kill” (2014)
3.8
31 Days of Horror: “The Evil in Us”
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31 Days Of Horror: “Amigo Undead” Was A Pleasant Surprise
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31 Days of Horror: “Train to Busan”
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31 Days Of Horror: “Road Games” Stays In Neutral
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31 Days of Horror: “Event Horizon” (1997)
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31 Days Of Horror: “Satanic” Was Better Left On the Shelf
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31 Days of Horror: “Breeders” (1986)
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31 Days of Horror: “Lace Crater” Is Indie Horror at It’s Best.
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31 Days of Horror: “Splinter” (2008)
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31 Days Of Horror: “Tickled” Is A Surreal Documentary That’s As Interesting As It Is Frightening
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31 Days of Horror: “Lawnmower Man” (1992)
6.3
31 Days of Horror: “Lights Out”
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31 Days Of Horror: “Friend Request” Sheds the Stereotypes Of the Social Media Horror Films
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31 Days of Horror: “The Chair”
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31 Days of Horror: “Where Is Robert Fisher? (2011)” Is Scarier Than Fiction
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31 Days of Horror: “Ravenous” (1999)
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31 Days of Horror: “She Kills”
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31 Days Of Horror: “The Windmill Massacre”
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Review: “31” Boasts One Awesome Character Surrounded By A Lot Of Terrible Ones
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Netflix Recommendation: “Audrie and Daisy” Is As Important As It Is Difficult To Watch
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Review: “Goat” Felt Incomplete; Didn’t go As Far As I Thought It Would
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Review: “Swiss Army Man” May Be the Weirdest Movie I’ve Seen
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Freddy vs. Jason” (2003)
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Review: “Hell Or High Water” Is Easily Looked Over, but Shouldn’t Be
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Review: “Blair Witch” Feels Too Much Like the Original
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Review: “Plank Face”
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Needful Things” (1993)
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Review: “Hunt for the Wilderpeople”
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Obsession” (1976)
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Review: “De Palma” Is Everything I Want In A Documentary About A Filmmaker
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Netflix Recommendation: “Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story)” Is An Anti-cautionary Tale About Teen Sex
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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”
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Review: “Morris From America” Tells A Complete Story; Albeit At A Slower Pace
4.5
Throwback Thursday Review: “Bad Girls” (1994)
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Review: “Weiner”: A Documentary Of How One Politician Fell From Grace Twice
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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)
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Review: “Imperium” Boasts Strong Acting but Rushes Through Story
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Throwback Thursday Review: “A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors” (1987)
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Review: “Suicide Squad” Is A Jumbled Mess
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Review: “What We Become”
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Review: “Wiener-Dog” is Todd Solondz at his darkest
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Hook” (1991)
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Throwback Thursday Review: “The Neverending Story” Trilogy (Part 1: 1984, Part 2: 1990, Part 3: 1994)
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Review: “Lake Eerie” is laughably bad
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Review: “Sun Choke”
6.3
Throwback Thursday Review: Little Monsters (1989)
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Inside” (2007)
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Netflix Recommendation: “Tallulah”
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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
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Hard Candy” (2005)
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Rules of Attraction” (2002)
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Review: “Harvest Lake”
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Throwback Thursday Review: “The Ghost and the Darkness” (1996)
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Review: “Mythica: The Iron Crown”
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Harry and the Hendersons” (1987)
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Throwback Thursday Review: Behind the Mask – The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)
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Netflix Recommendation: ‘Let Us Prey’
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Review: “Bone Tomahawk” Is Brutal and Entertaining
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Netflix Recommendation: ‘People, Places, Things’ Is Indie Filmmaking At Its Finest
7.5
Netflix Recommendation: ‘A Pigeon Sat On A Branch’ Is Existential Gold
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Netflix Recommendation: “Darkness On the Edge of Town”
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Review: “The Hateful Eight” Is Far From Tarantino’s Best, but Still Enjoyable
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Review: ‘The Editor’ Is Over the Top Fun
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Netflix Recommendation: “World Of Tomorrow”
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Review: “The Survivalist” Is A Tense, Slow-Burning Drama You Shouldn’t Miss
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Review: “Hangman” Succeeds Despite Being A Found Footage Film
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Netflix Recommendation: “Dope”
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Netflix Recommendation: “Finders Keepers” Is A Documentary That’s As Hilarious As It Is Sad
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Netflix Recommendation: “The Invitation” Starts Off Slow and Ends With A Bang
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Can’t Hardly Wait” (1998)
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Review: “The Purge: Election Year” Is Proof the Idea Has Run Its Course
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Review: Netflix’s “Rebirth” Is A Mind-Bending Thriller
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Review: “Baskin” Isn’t For Everybody, But Will No Doubt Be Considered A Classic
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Review: “Tex Montana Will Survive!” Didn’t Pack The Punch I Wanted
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Review: “Nina Forever” Is An Impressive Debut Film From the Blaine Brothers
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Review: “The Dead Room” Starts Strong Only To Fail In Its Final Act
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Netflix Recommendation: “The Resurrection of Jake ‘the Snake’ Roberts”
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Netflix Recommendation: “The Fear of 13” Is An Incredible Documentary
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Review: ‘Clown’ Tries To Inject Originality Into the Possession Genre
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Review: “Demolition” Is A Hard-Hitting Drama That Shouldn’t Be Missed
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Netflix Recommendation: “Hush” Is Must-See Psychological Horror
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Review: “Pandemic” Brings A Video Game Experience To the Big Screen
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Review: “Sing Street”
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Review: “Hail, Caesar!” Is A Fine Addition To the Coen Brothers Collection
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Review: “The Boy” Loses Its Way; Delivers A Disappointing Product
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Empire Records” (1995)
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Netflix Recommendation: “King Jack”
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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
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Review: “I Saw the Light” Speeds Through An Iconic Musicians Life
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Road Trip” (2000)
5.8
Review: “X-Men: Apocalypse” Sets Up Future Films; Delivers Flat Story
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Newsies” (1992)
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Under Siege” (1992)
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Lady in White” (1988)
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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)
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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)
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Review: “Kill Your Friends” Is Nothing We Haven’t Already Seen
5.5
Review: “Jane Got A Gun” Is A Ho-Hum Affair
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Review: ‘Tales of the Grim Sleeper’
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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
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Review: “Intruders” Is A Blueprint Of How To Create A Story Grounded In Reality While Still Being Sensational
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Review: “Legend” Tries To Make Us Grow Tired Of Tom Hardy and It Almost Works
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Review: “Spotlight” Is A True Story That Keeps You Engaged
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Review: “Trumbo” Is Another Strong Showing From Bryan Cranston; Still Falls Short
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Review: “The Big Short” Is A Comedy That Also Packs A Dramatic Punch
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Review: “Room” Is An Emotional Ride Supported By Superb Acting
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Review: “Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension” Is the Death Rattle of This Franchise
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Review: “Sicario” Is One of the Most Bad Ass Films You Shouldn’t Miss
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Review: “The Lobster” Is One of the Most Unique Films of the Year
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Review: “Scouts Guide To the Zombie Apocalypse” Relies On Tired Humor
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Review: ‘Sleeping With Other People’ Forgets To Entertain the Audience
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Review: “Sinister 2” Does Nothing To Build Off Its Predecessor
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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
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Review: ‘Mistress America’ Is As Funny As It Is Authentic
7.5
Review: ‘Crimson Peak’ Uses the Horror Genre To Tell A Captivating Story
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Review: ‘Amy’ Is An Eye Opening and Emotional Documentary
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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
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Review: “Knock Knock” Terrorizes the Audience More Than It’s Main Character
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Review: ‘The Blood Lands’ Fails To Tell Us Anything Interesting
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Review: ‘Hidden’ Is A Claustrophobic Thriller
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Review: ‘Eaters’ Is So Bad It Becomes Hilarious
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Review: ‘Last Shift’ Delivers Creepy Imagery but Can’t Stay Away From Genre Cliches
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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
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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
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Review: ‘7 Minutes’ Fails To Entertain
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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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