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

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Fade to Black (1980) Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive - Blu-Ray Review

Fade to Black (1980) Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive

“Stop filling your head with all that useless trivia!” Fade to Black lives on the fringes of cinema fanaticism.  This slasher celebrates the gray areas in life, where fantasy and reality come crashing together, as one young cinephile takes matters into his own hands and takes down all ...

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The Cellar (1988) Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive - Blu-ray Review

The Cellar (1988) Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive

Children shouldn’t play with spears.  End of story. There’s something EVIL bubbling just under the soil on this cursed farmland in Texas.  What it is though isn’t exactly too thrilled that this family has arrived.  Just witness the burning of the wooden oil pump  as a young boy ...

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The Old Ways - Movie Review

The Old WaysSometimes you really shouldn’t go sniffing around for a story to report.  Leave well enough alone, you know?  Especially if it is witchcraft that you are after.  The Old Ways is what happens when warning signs go ignored.  Or was it always destined to end this way after all? ...

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The Lamp (1987) Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive - Blu-Ray Review

The Lamp (1987) Vinegar Syndrome Exclusive

Death by trouser snake!   With a ripe sense of eeriness kicking about its engines, The Lamp (aka The Outing) begins deep in the past as a daughter watches her mother hopelessly die at the hands of a murderous Jinn. We are in Galveston, Texas circa 1893 to be precise ...

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No Time To Die - Movie Review

No Time To Die

For Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, trust does not come easy. The run of Daniel Craig as James Bond comes to its stunning and long delayed conclusion with No TIme To Die, an action-packed spectacle that seriously delivers.  For “final” Bond films, this one satisfies on every level ...

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The Hunchback of Notre Dame: 4K Restoration (1923) - Blu-ray Review

The Hunchback of Notre Dame: 4K RestorationLon Chaney as Quasimodo.  Need I say anymore?  I don’t really think so, but I’ll flex.  The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a certified REEL CLASSIC of silent, cinematic horror and it begins right there with Chaney’s performance as the deaf, half-blind, hunchbacked bell-ringer of the famous Cathedral of ...

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Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid: Special Edition (1982) - Blu-ray Review

Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid: Special Edition

“That’s the one thing I’ve learned about clients. Dead ones don’t pay their bills.” Famed scientist and cheesemaker John Hay Forrest has died driving off of a cliff. It seems to be suicide, but the daughter of the noted man, Juliet Forrest (Rachael Ward) suspects something else: murder ...

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Trailer Watch: GRAVE INTENTIONS

Grave IntentionsNetflix follows its short teaser that debuted earlier this month with the full trailer for the reboot of Benji, the popular Joe Camp written and directed film of the '70s that launched Benji-mania into American consciousness and carved a place for scruffy little puppies into the hearts of ...

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The Mutation - Movie Review

The Mutation

I smell a rat!  A big one with cute, furry ears and it is coming this way for some bite-sized Halloween fun! Directed by Scott Jeffrey, The Mutation is a creature feature that keeps its suspense in check until it can no longer keep it or the corniness ...

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Titane - Movie Review

TitaneWriter/director Julia Ducournau’s sophomore feature film, Titane, is definitely one of the wildest and most shocking films that you will ever see…but in all of the best ways. You will squirm. You will grip your arm rest. You will even spew out many “No”s at the screen (trust me, I did the same). But the  ...

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