Posts Tagged ‘Review’
 
 
 
 
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Review: The Netflix Original “Mercy” Has None On the Viewer

My fiancee and I have a rule in our house where every movie we start that we’re not entirely sure about we give the “ten minute test”. If it doesn’t catch our attention in the first ten minutes, or if it...
 
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Review: “Captain Fantastic” Should Be Mandatory Viewing For Everyone

Ben (Viggo Mortensen) and his late wife decided to raise their six children in the wilderness, far away from the pressures of society and all of the things that come with it that promise to distract from truly learning the ways...
 
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Throwback Thursday Review: Heavy Weights (1995)

There are certain movies that I watched as a young kid that will always hold a special place in my heart no matter how outdated they become: Major Payne, Bushwhacked, Hook, and obviously Heavy Weights are just a few of them. Ye...
 
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Review: “Nerve” Starts Out With Good Intentions; Loses Its Way Quickly

Based on the novel by Jeanne Ryan, “Nerve” centers on a young woman, Vee (Emma Roberts), who’s tired of her best friend Sydney (Emily Meade) getting more attention than her while she kind of hangs out in the b...
 
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Review: “Fear, Inc.” Ranks In the Top of the Horror Comedy Genre

Joe Foster (Lucas Neff) is a horror movie junkie. One of his favorite games to play is saying what your favorite death scene is in any movie from the genre and then he will change the rules and mention The Red Wedding from Game...
 
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Review: “In A Valley of Violence” is ‘John Wick’ In the Old West

One thing every movie villain should know by now is never kill the dog of a man you don’t quite understand. Unfortunately for the villains in “In A Valley of Violence” they don’t have electricity so lear...
 
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Review: “Something Blue” Packs A Lot of Emotion Into A Short Film

One of the perks of doing a job like this is we get sent films from all over the world from all kinds of creators looking for reviews before their films are set to come out. While the general public is going about their day and...
 
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31 Days of Horror: “I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives In the House” Is A Slow Burner

Horror movies are exciting because they get your blood pumping, make you uncomfortable no matter how many lights you turn on, no matter how many people you surround yourself with while watching it, and no matter how prepared yo...
 
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31 Days Of Horror: “HoneyBee” Is A Train Wreck I Couldn’t Look Away From

It’s October. The month of Halloween celebrations. The time of the year when everyone gets in the horror spirit and we aim to scare ourselves, enjoy everything terrifying, and do our best to scare others. It’s the m...
 
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31 Days Of Horror: “Fun Size Horror: Volume 1 and 2” Streaming On Hulu

Want to watch a ton of horror movies in under an hour and a half? Now you can. “Fun Size Horror: Volume 1 & 2”, a collective of filmmakers each putting their own spin on what the horror genre looks like to them,...
 
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