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‘Brightburn’: Does Familiarity Breed Contempt? [Review]
6.5
4 weeks ago

‘Brightburn’: Does Familiarity Breed Contempt? [Review]

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When the trailer for Brightburn came out, I admit I was quite perplexed. The trailer said “Sony”, but what I saw clearly felt like DC/WB. I was torn between eagerly …
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‘Get My Gun’, The Best Revenge Film You Haven’t Seen, Comes To VOD
1 month ago

‘Get My Gun’, The Best Revenge Film You Haven’t Seen, Comes To VOD

By  •  News

Good news for anyone allergic to DVDs! Get My Gun, the brainchild of Jennifer Carchietta and Brian Darwas, is now also available on VOD. As a follow-up to their physical release via …
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Just ‘Don’t Look’ At This Weak Attempt At 80s Revival Slasher [Review]
3.3
1 month ago

Just ‘Don’t Look’ At This Weak Attempt At 80s Revival Slasher [Review]

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While I never actively root against a movie, I admittedly had a bad feeling going in to Don’t Look. The trailer offered little hope beyond the basics: a masked, knife-wielding killer …
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‘Saint Bernard’ Is A Surreal Epic That Spirals Into Insanity [Review]
6
2 months ago

‘Saint Bernard’ Is A Surreal Epic That Spirals Into Insanity [Review]

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How do you review a movie so peculiar and insane that it makes Mandy look straightforward by comparison? The film’s own trailer opens with the admission that there is a …
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‘The Gasoline Thieves’ Tries To Bleed Your Heart Dry [Tribeca Review]
5.3
2 months ago

‘The Gasoline Thieves’ Tries To Bleed Your Heart Dry [Tribeca Review]

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All hell breaks loose south of the border when a lovestruck fourteen year old joins a criminal syndicate to impress a girl. The Gasoline Thieves kicks off, expectedly, once the young Lalo, …
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‘Hellboy’: A Gloriously Unholy Offspring Of Action, Comedy, And Horror [Review]
6.8
3 months ago

‘Hellboy’: A Gloriously Unholy Offspring Of Action, Comedy, And Horror [Review]

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To be honest, I wasn’t planning on reviewing Hellboy, the 2019 reboot from Neil Marshall (The Descent). In fact, I’ve never so much as seen a Hellboy comic or a …
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‘Starfish’ Offers A Beautiful, Realistic Look At Grief [Review]
6
4 months ago

‘Starfish’ Offers A Beautiful, Realistic Look At Grief [Review]

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Imagine waking up to discover almost everyone on Earth was gone. The Earth has entered an eternal winter, and rabid slendergorgons (slenderman/demogorgon hybrids) stalk you whenever you venture outside. In …
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[Exclusive] Terror Films To Release ‘Psychotic: A Brooklyn Slasher’
4 months ago

[Exclusive] Terror Films To Release ‘Psychotic: A Brooklyn Slasher’

By  •  Exclusive, News

Terror Films (Hell House LLC, Landmine Goes Click) has just announced that it will distribute Psychotic: A Brooklyn Slasher. The brainchild of Maxell Frey and Derek Gibbons was self-released as Psychotic! last year after a …
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‘Soldier Of War’ Features An Undead Nazi Killer [Review]
3.3
4 months ago

‘Soldier Of War’ Features An Undead Nazi Killer [Review]

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Two youths unwittingly release an undead British soldier to terrorize the countryside in Soldier of War (aka Aux overseas). This zombie Nazi-killer mixes explosives, traps, and hand-to-hand combat to seek revenge on …
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‘Greta’ Reminds Us That No Good Deed Goes Unpunished [Review]
5
4 months ago

‘Greta’ Reminds Us That No Good Deed Goes Unpunished [Review]

In an era where bomb squads deal with mislaid backpacks, Greta reminds us of a bygone era. It then promptly punishes us for our nostalgia. When our young protagonist, Frances, …
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