The Last Duel - Movie Review

Societally relevant

Halloween Kills - Movie Review

The Shape strikes back!

Lamb - Movie Review

Sneaky and deceitful

No Time to Die - Movie Review

A rousing final adventure

Free Guy - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

Super fun

Old - 4K UHD Steelbook Review

So slapdash amateur

The Night House - Movie Review

A spooky little journey into terror

The Green Knight - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

A stunning and unique work of art

Candyman - Movie Review


Candyman. Do you dare say it? We’re coming up on 30 years since the hook-handed killer – known affectionately as the Candyman – haunted the honeycombed halls of the Cabrini-Green housing project in 1992’s Candyman. And now he’s back to paint those same corridors red in a ...

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Labyrinth 35th Anniversary Edition - 4K ULTRA HD + BLU-RAY + DIGITAL (1986) - Review

Labyrinth 35th Anniversary Edition - 4K

“Things are not always what they seem in this place.” Upon its original theatrical release in 1986, Jim Henson’s final directorial feature, Labyrinth, was not able to find its audience as it flopped in the U.S Box office and received mixed reviews among critics of the time. But fortunately thanks to home ...

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The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard (2021) - Blu-ray Review

The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard

The new Michael Bryce is now part of a royally messed up family. But do we care? We probably didn’t need a sequel to 2017’s misfire buddy cop movie, The Hitman’s Bodyguard, but we got one anyway.  Thing is, The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard is more of the same so - and this is the good news (I guess) - if you liked ...

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Hostage - Movie Review


A nice house on the outside equals a nice house on the inside, right?  Maybe not. Hostage, directed by newcomer Eddie Augustin, has all the right makings for a cult following to grow in the months to follow its debut.  Tightly-made and solid in its handling of edge-of-your-seat thrills and spills, Hostage is not afraid to ...

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Luca - 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

LucaWhat I wouldn’t give to have been a fly on the wall during what was certainly the most bizarre elevator pitch in the history of elevator pitches for Luca, the latest churn from Pixar’s ever-productive mill of animated greats. It probably didn’t, but I like to imagine it went something like this ...

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It Came From Below"Don't go in there" is a great piece of advice that applies to nearly every situation in life – especially when it comes to deep, dark, mysterious caves. But that warning goes unheeded in the new trailer for the upcoming spookfest called It Came From Below. And you can watch the  ...

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CODA - Movie Review


Three words: grab the tissues. Wearing its massive heart on its sleeve, CODA takes the spotlight as an unabashedly sweet film loaded with moments and performances that are sure to leave audiences feeling warm while also crying buckets of bittersweet tears. Sian ...

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The Last Thing Mary Saw - Movie Review

The Last Thing Mary SawNever allow the devil a chance at redemption.  That’s the first thrust in the engine of The Last Thing Mary Saw, a well-made period occult drama set in an isolated farmhouse during the winter of 1843.  If you are expecting a tale of demonic possession, you are going to be a bit disappointed ...

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Nine Days - Movie Review

Nine DaysWith its mere concept, Edson Oda’s feature film debut, Nine Days, certainly had the potential of falling victim to an avalanche of clichés that would only be further piled on with winces and eye rolls from the audience. However, the way Oda confidently composes and presents the film to us, he  ...

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Eye Without A Face - Movie Review

Eye Without A FaceA lot can happen in a week . . . especially when you are being spied on.  This is the reality-twisting gut punch that is Eye Without a Face, the new thriller from Writer/Director Ramin Niami (Somewhere in the City, Babe’s & Rickey’s Inn and Shirin in Love).  It turns out everything can be found  ...

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