B-Movie Becky
Posted 2 days ago

A blood and gore-soaked romp through a Home Alone-esque scenario with 21st century sensibilities, 'Becky' is all sorts of fun.

‘Home Alone’ Meets ‘John Wick’ in Blood-Soaked ‘Becky’
Lost At Sea
Posted 4 days ago

A jumbled, chaotic mess of imagery, character sketches, bad jazz, and even worse storytelling, 'Adrift in Soho' is just that: adrift.

‘Adrift in Soho’ Is Lost At Sea
WTF?
Posted 1 week ago

Two bank robbers & their hostage retreat into a motel. When their boss doesn't show up, they must battle through their deteriorating mental state and find a way out before…

The Boldness of ‘Among Them’ is Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
Anticlimax? OK!
Posted 2 weeks ago

While the fictional parodies of themselves have given me a few chuckles, along with plenty to see and salivate over, it is time to say goodbye—a theme that is very…

‘The Trip to Greece’ is an Anticlimactic Farewell … and That’s OK
A Korean War
Posted 2 weeks ago

A slow-burn psychological odyssey through the mind of one man with the power to liberate a nation, 'The Man Standing Next' does more right than wrong.

Slow-Burn Political Drama ‘The Man Standing Next’ Does More Right Than Wrong
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A blood and gore-soaked romp through a Home Alone-esque scenario with 21st century sensibilities, ‘Becky’ is all sorts of fun.

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A jumbled, chaotic mess of imagery, character sketches, bad jazz, and even worse storytelling, ‘Adrift in Soho’ is just that: adrift.

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Two bank robbers & their hostage retreat into a motel. When their boss doesn’t show up, they must battle through their deteriorating mental state and find a way out before they turn on each other.

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While the fictional parodies of themselves have given me a few chuckles, along with plenty to see and salivate over, it is time to say goodbye—a theme that is very apparent throughout this movie.

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A slow-burn psychological odyssey through the mind of one man with the power to liberate a nation, ‘The Man Standing Next’ does more right than wrong.

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‘Military Wives’ Is Nearly Kitsch Perfect

by Warren Cantrell May 22, 2020 Print Reviews

A feel-good story based on real events and people, ‘Military Wives’ is often breezy, sometimes poignant, and rarely offensive.

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‘The Dalai Lama – Scientist’ Needs More Dalai Lama

by KB Burke May 19, 2020 Print Reviews

The Dalai Lama tells the unknown story, in his own words, of his lifelong journey into the world of science and technology, and how the world has changed as a result. With extensive, rare, and never before seen footage, this film tells the very human story of the Dalai Lama that no one knows.

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‘Arkansas’ is Worth the Trip

by KB Burke May 1, 2020 Print Reviews

A series of mistakes leads to a deadly collision between two criminals and a drug kingpin in Clark Duke’s directorial debut ‘Arkansas.’

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VOD and Drive-Ins Welcome ‘The Wretched’ This Weekend

by Nick Spacek April 30, 2020 Print Reviews

Think of ‘The Wretched’ as the peanut butter and jelly sandwich of horror: you’re unlikely to be surprised by what you’re getting, but you’ll certainly take it in without any complaint.

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‘Deerskin’ Needs More Time to Cure

by Warren Cantrell April 30, 2020 Print Reviews

‘Deerskin’ is a brutally weird movie with a rambling narrative that often feels more interested in its thematic elements than its plot and character ones.

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Promising Psychological Horror Effort ‘The Dark Red’ Has Issues

by Nick Spacek April 30, 2020 Print Reviews

Dan Bush’s ‘The Dark Red’ is definitely watchable, but almost infuriating in how little it seems to regard its tonal shifts. Rather than “yes, and,” it chooses instead to go for “and then,” switching from one genre to another, choosing to keep the various aspects distinctly and ineffectively separate.

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New On Demand & Digital Series ‘Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All-Time’ Worth Your Time

by Nick Spacek April 20, 2020 Print Reviews

While these docs all stand on their own, as binged series, the interconnectedness of all these titles, genres, and personages come together in a very gratifying way.

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Violent horror comedy ‘Why Don’t You Just Die!’ may be a new genre classic

by Nick Spacek April 20, 2020 Print Reviews

Kirill Sokolov’s ‘Why Don’t You Just Die!’ is an astonishingly well-constructed piece of filmmaking, and the sort of movie destined to become necessary viewing for anyone who likes a chuckle with their shotgun blasts.

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Don’t Let ‘Pot Luck’ Disturb Your High

by KB Burke April 20, 2020 Print Reviews

In the end, nothing is truly gained from watching this. I don’t see the point in timing this around the unofficial marijuana “holiday” of 4/20. This was more of a bad trip than anything else.

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You’re Going to Want to Join ‘Selah and the Spades’

by KB Burke April 17, 2020 Print Reviews

In these unprecedented times, Amazon Prime’s ‘Selah and the Spades’ is a breath of fresh air we all need.

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