Martin Starr

A direct follow-up to 2009’s Dead Snow, director Tommy Wirkola is back with another take-no-prisoners examination of how bad it could get if not just zombies, but Nazi-zombies mucked about and started some shit.

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Michael Mohan’s ‘Save the Date’ explores some of the same ground as ‘When Harry Met Sally…,’ but with the self questioning and skepticism that make it more approachable and believable to a contemporary audience.

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As someone who felt sentenced to high school, the series reminds me of why I hated it and how my decision making wasn’t that great back then. I won’t say that you’ll see yourself in Freaks and Geeks because everyone’s high school experience is different. Instead, I’ll say the world in the series is consistently dynamic and believable as 1980 Detroit.

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‘A Good Old Fashioned Orgy,’ thankfully, has more on its mind than just being a sex-filled romp with tons of lewd, bawdy humor. It’s actually kind of charming.

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