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Mar 21 2024

Late Night with the Devil : Movie Review

I love horror movies. (My wife can tell you that they’re often my favorite thing to throw on when I go to sleep, often to her chagrin.) They can be fun and entertaining, and they offer you the thrill of being scared without being in danger, if that’s your thing. But it always goes the […]
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Feb 14 2024

The Taste of Things : Movie Review

It’s almost too easy to liken The Taste of Things – originally titled La Passion de Dodin Bouffant – to one of the many multi-course meals featured in the film. You’ve got a brilliant appetizer with an introduction to the film’s dynamics through long takes and a dance of pots, pans, and various foodstuffs; a […]
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Nov 5 2021

The Beta Test (2021) – Movie Review

If you remember how you felt in the last ten or fifteen minutes of David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive – you know, where people have died and there’s a car crash and everything’s frenetically edited when the whole movie’s been kinda languid and people are screaming and others are laughing like lunatics and damn there’s the […]
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Jul 9 2020

Relic (2020) – Movie Review

I’m not quite sure what I was expecting from Relic, but I definitely didn’t expect to see an exceptionally powerful, humanity-driven horror story… and yet, here we are, lured in by the promise of a good, spooky possession story. But director/co-writer Natalie Erika James takes our expectations and the normal trappings of a haunted house/evil […]
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Sep 14 2017

Rebel in the Rye

“It is the tale, not he who tells it.” — Stephen King In so many words, Columbia University professor Whit Burnett (Kevin Spacey) gives this proverb to his attentive classroom during a lecture. Well, almost attentive. There sits Jerry “J.D.” Salinger (Nicholas Hoult) in the back, staring out the window until Burnett calls him on […]
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Jun 9 2017

Band Aid

Zoe Lister-Jones’ examination of a troubled marriage finding its salvation through music in her film Band Aid is a film which makes you – all at once – laugh out loud and cringe at its truth. From being a childless couple in a yard full of children playing, to the late night arguments over the […]
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