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Nov 23 2022

Glass Onion (2022) – Movie Review

The panache and glamour of both detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) and the high-profile mysteries in which he is embroiled have a gravitational pull like few others. It’s the fulfillment of the promise of a goofy time amongst people who purport to be close friends or family, winding up quite opposite that as the plot […]
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Nov 17 2022

The Menu (2022) – Movie Review

When the lights go down in a movie theater, imagine the kind of people sitting in front of the screen, awaiting the untold treasures that a group of creators have put together for them to view. Or it could be walking into an art installation, the creator hoping like hell the people walking in front […]
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Nov 3 2022

Something in the Dirt (2022) – Movie Review

Conceived and filmed during the 2020 COVID-19 lockdowns, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s Something in the Dirt finds them at their most intimate and stripped-down. Cast and crew were limited to 12 people (making for a short closing credit roll), and the film was shot in Benson’s own apartment. There is very limited set decoration […]
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Oct 19 2022

V/H/S/99 (2022) – Movie Review

Who knew the V/H/S series would be as fun as it is? After ten years, a new band of writers and directors have kept this franchise going… and have actually improved upon it. With a tighter and more hilarious frame story – which eventually dovetails into the usual band of hooligans doing hooligan shit – and […]
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Oct 5 2022

Hellraiser (2022) – Movie Review

Author’s note: There’s something weirdly awesome and kinda nuts about watching a screener of a movie called Hellraiser and seeing a “Property of Disney” watermark pop up every now and again. Welcome to the new Hellraiser, a surprising revival and reboot of this 35-year-old film series. Like the ten films before it, Hellraiser is based […]
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Sep 26 2022

A Love Song (2022) – Movie Review

What is a love song but a meditation about our heart’s yearnings? As such, Max Walker-Silverman’s debut film A Love Song is titled very appropriately, being about a woman’s journey up out of grief that has led her to a campsite by a lake. But we don’t know that right off the bat – like […]
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