Addison Timlin

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Mar 21 2018

Submission

Submission reminds me of a story someone once told me about a kid she was babysitting. As soon as the kid’s parents left the house, the kid turned to my friend and said something to the effect of, “Here’s how it’s gonna go. You’re gonna let me do what I want, or I’m gonna call […]
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Oct 27 2014

The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014)

Maybe the biggest surprise of this Halloween season is Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s clever re-working of the 1976 film “The Town That Dreaded Sundown”, which itself barely cleared cult status outside of Texarkana where the string of grisly unsolved murders that inspired the film had occurred in 1946. Director Charles B. Pierce’s original was nothing to scoff at, […]
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Feb 28 2014

Odd Thomas

“Odd Thomas” is 100 minutes of pure escapist fun, never attempting to be much more than an easy-to-digest piece of entertainment while still managing to be smarter than your typical contemporary popcorn flick. With each scene practically bursting with visual style, sharp dialogue and unusually charismatic characters, it’s really easy to overlook the film’s inconsistencies, which […]
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Feb 1 2013

Stand Up Guys

(This review originally appeared at Reel Film News on February 1, 2013.) The harsh realities of getting old are something that everyone has to deal with. What you don’t hear about a lot in movies is the notion of aging gangsters. I believe the oldest cinematic gangster the world saw was probably brought to you […]
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