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Sep 22 2023

No One Will Save You : Movie Review

Interesting. My last review (Nightsiren) was about a woman returning to her remote village where the citizens treat her with disdain. Similarly, Brian Duffield’s No One Will Save You also features a woman living in a town where the inhabitants don’t seem to care for her presence. At all. And like Nightsiren, the reasons are […]
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Apr 26 2023

Clock : Movie Review

Having a wife who’s a doula can be very informative, especially when it comes to film or television depictions of birth and the events surrounding it, from baby showers to prenatal visits. When I get to watch screenings with Jenn – who’s attended over 500 births – I always get the scoop on how real […]
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Jan 26 2023

Sundance Review: RYE LANE

There’s something electric about a movie featuring two strangers meeting and spending the day in each other’s company. Somehow, this happens to patently uncool 20-somethings; from Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise to Harold Jackson III’s Last Night, the awkwardness of the situation is further exacerbated by how different the pair’s lives are. Maybe one of them […]
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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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Aug 3 2022

Prey (2022) – Movie Review

In the last 12 years, we’ve had three Predator films after a duo of why’d-they-bother, cash-grabbing Alien vs. Predator crossover movies. 2010’s Predators was the last good film in the franchise, with 2018’s The Predator being an overhyped disappointment. We’re back into the realm of the surprise and wonder that Predator and Predators gave us, thanks […]
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Jul 17 2020

Palm Springs (2020) – Movie Review

Most of the fun of time loop films is watching their victims go through Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’ five stages of grief – denial, anger, depression, bargaining, and acceptance. Almost every film like this shows alternately humorous and dramatic phases of a person coming to terms with their situation, and it’s usually limited to one person traversing […]
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