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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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Sep 9 2020

Rent-A-Pal (2020) – Movie Review

Watching Rent-A-Pal – a psychological horror regarding video dating and friendship set in 1990 – during our current isolation wasn’t what writer/director Jon Stevenson had in mind, seeing how it’s been three years from writing to release. As Stevenson tells it in a recent roundtable interview, “I had fallen into this depression and anxiety… and […]
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Aug 20 2020

Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula (2020) – Movie Review

The 2016 surprise zombie/action movie Train to Busan caught us all off-guard as an unknown, gut-wrenching tale about a family’s fateful journey from Seoul to Busan, Korea. Word of mouth passed rapidly among the cognoscenti, filtering on down to us plebeians after its release on Netflix, where it quickly found a dedicated following. A radical […]
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Aug 19 2020

The Prey (2020) – Movie Review

Nothing says “down and dirty” like The Prey, a ruthless and taut grindhouse adaptation of Richard Connell’s 1924 short story, “The Most Dangerous Game.” The film gets straight into the hows and whys of humans being hunted for sport, unlike the more famous of the two early ‘90s filmed adaptations, Hard Target (the other being […]
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Aug 6 2020

Spinster (2020) – Movie Review

Plenty are the films about the comedy of errors that is parenthood and subsequent family life, but what about those whose paths and choices have taken them a different route? Where are the movies about the single folks who, either by choice or by circumstance, don’t get married or have children? If there are stories […]
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