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Oct 22 2020

Synchronic (2020) – Movie Review

It pains me to no end that writing/directing duo Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson aren’t more well-known throughout the cinematic landscape. Their films are massively creative and imaginative, defying low budgets, limited locations, or a perceived lack of big-name stars. From Resolution to Spring to The Endless (with a stopover in the anthology film V/H/S: […]
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Oct 9 2020

The Doorman (2020) – Movie Review

I’ll say this about The Doorman: It’s a better Die Hard sequel than the last two films in that particular franchise. There’s a certain sense of fun and believability which both Ruby Rose and Jean Reno bring to their roles, and the action is more compelling; but when the final frame rolls, there’s no avoiding […]
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Oct 2 2020

Possessor (2020) – Movie Review

Writer/director Brandon Cronenberg continues his father David’s storied tradition of turning horror on its ear with Possessor, a mind-frying bender of a head-trip that pulls absolutely no punches. Cronenberg joins the ranks of modern horror auteurs Jordan Peele, Ari Aster, Karyn Kusama, and Robert Eggers in making horror cinema a visceral, dread-filled ride through the […]
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Sep 25 2020

The Swerve (2020) – Movie Review

Wife. Mother. Daughter. Chef and server. Laundry mistress. Transport provider. Schoolteacher. Neglected and unaided. This is Holly’s (Azura Skye) life in The Swerve, a title which stabs at us literally and figuratively while her last vestiges of sanity slip away like the sun’s rays before nightfall. As we watch, we understand that we can’t do […]
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Sep 15 2020

The Broken Hearts Gallery (2020) – Movie Review

Author’s note: the MPA rating description claims “sexual content throughout” and “strong language,” but that’s not entirely true. I’ve seen male-fronted comedies receive PG-13s with the same language and situations found in The Broken Hearts Gallery, and the worst ratings factor those films got was “some crude language” or some other equally innocuous reason. At […]
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Sep 10 2020

Killed My Wife (2020) – Movie Review

Quite honestly, Killed My Wife comes off as a more serious, darker version of Dude, Where’s My Car? with a good dose of Memento thrown in the mix. It’s a film which, thanks to the unreliable memory of its lead character, grows deeper and more engrossing by the minute. The sex-or-violence prologue and the title alone […]
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