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  • Goldstone is an Australian film which gives director Ivan Sen a great platform on which to display his technical prowess and his passion for social justice.

    Goldstone (2016) Film Review

    Goldstone (2016) Film Review

    by Nick Bugeja0

  • Baker Dill is a simple man living on a tropical island running a small fishing business. One day he is given a deadly proposition to kill a woman's husband for 10 million dollars. Does he choose to accept her offer or will he decline so he may continue the chase for something else he truly desires?

    'Serenity' (2019) Movie Review

    'Serenity' (2019) Movie Review

    by John Plocar0

  • Searching utilizes a peculiar format that may seem odd at first, but it actually enhances its storytelling. Combined with an impeccable performance from John Cho, Searching is a theatrical experience that should not be missed.

    'Searching' (2018) Review

    'Searching' (2018) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • We cannot look at them. We will die if we do. There is only one thing we can do - go forward, blindly, into the world. Sight is a curse.

    Netflix 'Bird Box' Review

    Netflix 'Bird Box' Review

    by Carl Williams0

  • Darker and more violent than ever, it's no surprise that the series took a long, hard look at itself after this. Benjamin Cox takes a long, hard look at it now.

    Should I Watch..? 'Licence to Kill'

    Should I Watch..? 'Licence to Kill'

    by Benjamin Cox2

  • Washington has some serious fun in a rare bad guy role that finally earned him his Best Actor Oscar. Benjamin Cox looks back at a compulsive and gripping thriller that stands up well today.

    Should I Watch..? 'Training Day'

    Should I Watch..? 'Training Day'

    by Benjamin Cox1

  • Never cast a good guy as the baddie, right? Well, Benjamin Cox thinks Tom Cruise might just have something to say about that in this gripping, stylish thriller from Michael Mann.

    Should I Watch..? 'Collateral'

    Should I Watch..? 'Collateral'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • In light of Tarantino's latest hitting the circuit, Benjamin Cox goes back to look at his electrifying directorial debut and wonders whether it's still worth a watch. Although he's keeping his ears covered up, obviously...

    Should I Watch..? 'Reservoir Dogs'

    Should I Watch..? 'Reservoir Dogs'

    by Benjamin Cox3

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Red Sparrow” starring Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton, Matthias Schoenaerts, and more!

    Movie Review: “Red Sparrow”

    Movie Review: “Red Sparrow”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • Is there more to this dark thriller than some famous lines and Eastwood's iconic Magnum? Benjamin Cox looks back at the original super-cop and finds it uncomfortable viewing.

    Should I Watch..? 'Dirty Harry'

    Should I Watch..? 'Dirty Harry'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • So much can be seen by looking out of an apartment window. This is the story of L.B. Jeffries and what he sees out of his rear window. This is a story of the many lives of his neighbors and the death of one of them.

    'Rear Window' Review - Looking In

    'Rear Window' Review - Looking In

    by Dusty0

  • Despite Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker’s standing as one of the most notorious duos of the twentieth century, Hollywood certainly hasn’t brought their story to the big screen very often—Arthur Penn’s 1967 masterpiece Bonnie and Clyde is the only major production so far, in fact. And Texas Ranger ...

    "The Highwaymen" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Glass” starring Bruce Willis, James McAvoy, Samuel L. Jackson, and more!

    Movie Review: “Glass”

    Movie Review: “Glass”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • Bond gave the whole spy genre a boost, allowing Len Deighton's novels to also become notable films in their own right. Benjamin Cox looks back at Caine's first foray as Harry Palmer, as far from 007 as you could imagine.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Ipcress File'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Ipcress File'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • It's like Comic-Con but instead of super heroes and cosplay there are picket fences and racism!

    Suburbicon: A Review

    Suburbicon: A Review

    by Ben Caps0

  • Darren Aronofsky and Jennifer Lawrence deliver a unique, unexpected, and suspenseful thriller, though the execution of its subtext is an acquired taste and the pace falters in its early stages.

    “Mother!”: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    “Mother!”: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    by Nick Oon0

  • Most fans of the stellar anime 'Death Note' were disappointed, to say the least, by Netflix's film adaptation. Do they hope to make a sequel that will fix all the problems with the original? It's highly unlikely.

    Why Is Netflix's Failed 'Death Note' Getting a Sequel?

    Why Is Netflix's Failed 'Death Note' Getting a Sequel?

    by Rachael Lefler3

  • The long awaited sequel to Unbreakable. Crumb and his split personalities are reigning terror again only to be thwarted by David Dunn. In the mix, they both wind up in a mental facility along with the diabolical Mr. Glass. Together they must figure out if they're insane or superhuman.

    'Glass' (2019) Movie Review

    'Glass' (2019) Movie Review

    by John Plocar0

  • Taylor Sheridan brings Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen into a masterful, grounded yet thrilling story about mystery and redemption, punctuated with atmospheric grace and a unique societal window.

    “Wind River”: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    “Wind River”: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    by Nick Oon2

  • Ever wanted a German ripoff of The Silence of the Lambs? Christian Alvart has you covered. Norman Reedus has been taking some German lessons and wants to show the handful of phrases he's mastered for a pro bono role.

    Review Recollection: 'Antibodies' (2005)

    Review Recollection: 'Antibodies' (2005)

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Part 2 of my investigation into the wild world of "Eurospy" movies - cheap, low budget secret agent flicks made in the '60s to capitalize on the James Bond craze.

    More 'Eurospy' Movies: Not Quite Bond...

    More 'Eurospy' Movies: Not Quite Bond...

    by Keith Abt4

  • An incredible cast, dialogue lifted from a Tarantino film, and the ambiance of a certain 2003 psychological thriller directed by James Mangold. Bad Times at the El Royale has too many influences and not enough unique traits to establish its own identity. Chris Hemsworth's hips don't lie, tho.

    'Bad Times at the El Royale' (2018) Review

    'Bad Times at the El Royale' (2018) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • The Fantastic Fest 2017 film is screening in Houston for one-night only at 7:30pm at Alamo Drafthouse - LaCenterra. The South African western features a masterful pace with beautiful cinematography and a plethora of intriguing characters. Five Fingers for Marseilles is well-worth seeking out.

    'Five Fingers for Marseilles' (2017) Review

    'Five Fingers for Marseilles' (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • This is non-spoiler review of “Greta” starring Chloe Grace Moretz, Isabelle Huppert, Maika Monroe, and more!

    Movie Review: “Greta”

    Movie Review: “Greta”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • The year is 1969. The place is the run down El Royale hotel. The players are a priest, a singer, a vacuum salesman, a hippy, a cult leader, and a concierge. The night is anything but ordinary as secrets are uncovered and madness ensues.

    'Bad Times at the El Royale' (2018) Movie Review

    'Bad Times at the El Royale' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar0

  • Not even fifteen minutes into Allied, I found myself wondering, “Who is the amateurish director responsible for this thing?” The whole movie has a feeling of artificiality hovering over it. The ...

    Allied: Movie Review

    Allied: Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • The conclusion to Shyamalan's grounded superhero trilogy has a great story and awesome build-up, but the ending left something to be desired. That sadly seems to be a running streak in his films since The Village. I give Glass a 3.5 out of 4.

    Glass Movie Review

    Glass Movie Review

    by Nathan Jasper1

  • Lizzie blends historical fact with an intriguing and plausible theory of what actually happened the day the Bordens were murdered. Was it Lizzie? Was it the housemaid that left town during the trial? We may never know, but I certainly love this theory. I give the film a 4 out of 4.

    Lizzie Movie Review

    Lizzie Movie Review

    by Nathan Jasper0

  • A dark and atmospheric psycho-thriller chiefly remembered for Christian Bale's extreme dieting. Benjamin Cox reaches for the Pringles as he discusses this seriously impressive movie.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Machinist'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Machinist'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • 'Breaking Bad' shook a nation with its epic television run from 2008 to 2013. Now, six years later, the world of 'Breaking Bad' returns to the living room screens. Is it a solid continuation of the show or does it let us down like a bad batch? Come on in and let's talk about it!

    'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' (2019) A Methy Movie Review

    'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' (2019) A Methy Movie Review

    by John Plocar2

  • As James Bond 25 arrives in movie theaters, the franchise will achieve the record of most movies ever produced by one franchise. Here are some facts about 007.

    65 Historical Facts About 007, James Bond

    65 Historical Facts About 007, James Bond

    by Kenna McHugh6

  • This classic film noir not only inspired a number of remakes but remains a seminal film of the genre. Luckily, it's also in the public domain so Benjamin Cox doesn't feel so bad watching it online.

    Should I Watch..? 'D.O.A.' (1949)

    Should I Watch..? 'D.O.A.' (1949)

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • With Scandinavian noir all the rage, what better time to go back and reassess the films of the book that started it all? Benjamin Cox is gearing himself up for this second instalment.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Girl Who Played with Fire'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Girl Who Played with Fire'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Never before had Hollywood been so shocked by this brutal and erotic thriller that broke new ground at the time. But much like the film itself, Benjamin Cox has moved on since the early nineties.

    Should I Watch..? 'Basic Instinct'

    Should I Watch..? 'Basic Instinct'

    by Benjamin Cox1

  • Robert Rodriguez bids farewell to his most famous character in a complex and bloody tale of revenge and redemption. But does it improve on 'Desperado'? Benjamin Cox thinks it Mexi-can't.

    Should I Watch..? 'Once Upon a Time in Mexico'

    Should I Watch..? 'Once Upon a Time in Mexico'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Madonna's continued attempts to break into Hollywood resulted in this flaccid and derivative erotic thriller. Benjamin Cox doesn't know where to put his hands, other than across his eyes.

    Should I Watch..? 'Body of Evidence'

    Should I Watch..? 'Body of Evidence'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Hitchcock's 1958 film Vertigo features a man driven to obsession over his lost love. Scottie attempts to reconstruct a woman to fit his idea of beauty and perfection, but this new woman is merely an illusion that will not hold up in reality.

    Hitchcock's "Vertigo:" Recreating a Ghost of Beauty

    Hitchcock's "Vertigo:" Recreating a Ghost of Beauty

    by Brittany Rowland12

  • Even if Red Sparrow hadn’t been beaten to the punch by the far-better Atomic Blonde seven months ago, it still wouldn’t be a worth the time of day. As movies go, it’s a grisly horror show that’s as...

    "Red Sparrow" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • A young married couple buy a beautiful house on several acres of land only to find out that the man they bought it from refuses to let go of the property.

    'The Intruder' Review

    'The Intruder' Review

    by Royce Proctor0

  • Riding the Gone Girl wave of female-driven, dark thrillers, Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train became an instant number-one New York Times bestseller in early 2015. It was such a gripping yarn ...

    "The Girl on the Train" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • The movie that launched Tarantino's career in the right direction. In theory, this could have been another boring heist movie, but Tarantino always makes a genre or plot his own.

    'Reservoir Dogs' Review

    'Reservoir Dogs' Review

    by Sam Shepards0

  • Shocking and full of surprising twists, Searching takes the format that Unfriended used but actually succeeded in its efforts. I give the film a 4 out of 4.

    Searching: Nathan's Movie Review

    Searching: Nathan's Movie Review

    by Nathan Jasper0

  • Roger Moore's swansong as 007 is a depressing reminder of how far the series had fallen. Benjamin Cox checks the film for a pulse.

    Should I Watch..? 'A View to a Kill'

    Should I Watch..? 'A View to a Kill'

    by Benjamin Cox2

  • In this article I am going to discuss the controversy surrounding Reservoir Dogs; a Quentin Tarantino film. It suffered from a lot of criticism at the time of its release, due to the high level of gore and graphic scenes. I shall evaluate all the obstacles this film had to overcome over the years.

    The Controversial Subject of Reservoir Dogs

    The Controversial Subject of Reservoir Dogs

    by Katie Newbery0

  • Two rival magicians try to outdo each other throughout their lives. This leads to the murder of magician Robert Angier. How will this end? Will either Alfred or Robert fall because of their obsession with each other? Is this movie worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Movie Review: 'The Prestige' (2006)

    Movie Review: 'The Prestige' (2006)

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • Hitchcock's mastery of suspense is put to full effect in this pre-war spy thriller. Benjamin Cox looks back at the first film that nailed the fugitive drama for generations to follow.

    Should I Watch..? 'The 39 Steps' (1935)

    Should I Watch..? 'The 39 Steps' (1935)

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • M. Night Shyamalan has made a nice little name for himself trying to live up to the promise he delivered with The Sixth Sense way back in 1999. Though nothing he’s done since has quite matched the ...

    "Split": Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Before last year, Taylor Sheridan was a relatively unknown actor, playing smaller parts in shows like Sons of Anarchy and Veronica Mars. Then he made his screenwriting debut with Sicario, and not ...

    Hell or High Water: Movie Review

    Hell or High Water: Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • A review of Steven Spielberg's 1971 suspense/thriller film

    Film Review: Duel

    Film Review: Duel

    by Film Frenzy1

  • Through intricate editing and clever plot development, Memento (Christopher Nolan, 2002) presents a psychologically manipulative conclusion which confronts themes of memory and identity. This can be identified through Memento’s non-linear editing style which reflects Lenny’s memory deficit.

    'Memento' Essay

    'Memento' Essay

    by Joseph Tavano0

  • Back in 2014 when the George Clooney-helmed The Monuments Men limped into theaters, I said in my review that I imagined would just be written off as a good idea poorly executed. Clooney had earlier...

    "Suburbicon" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • 2015’s Sicario boasted an all-star quartet—director Denis Villeneuve, screenwriter Taylor Sheridan, cinematographer Roger Deakins, and star Emily Blunt. But only one of them (Sheridan) is back for the sequel, and though the other absences are glaring, Sicario: Day of the Soldado does manage to ...

    'Sicario: Day of the Soldado' Movie Review

    'Sicario: Day of the Soldado' Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Justin McConnell's latest film comes to DVD and Blu-ray on August 15. It's loaded with special features.

    Broken Mile (2017) Review

    Broken Mile (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Terminal” starring Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg, Mike Myers, and more!

    Movie Review: “Terminal”

    Movie Review: “Terminal”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • Nocturnal Animals (2016) is a thrilling and gloomy ride that reaches into the depths of our psyches. Jake Gyllenhaal, Amy Adams, and Micheal Shannon performances are mesmorizing and unforgettable.

    Nocturnal Animals Review

    Nocturnal Animals Review

    by Joseph Lawrence1

  • Run, Lola, Run AKA Lola rennt (dir. Tom Tykwer, 1998) It is hard to ignore a film with a narrative driven by such a strikingly motivated, mobile (and arguably potent) female lead. Surely, the simple fact of her presence must mean that the film has...

    Run, Lola, Run's Unique Approach to Gender

    Run, Lola, Run's Unique Approach to Gender

    by Kasey Rubenstein11

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Joker” starring Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, and more!

    Movie Review: “Joker”

    Movie Review: “Joker”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Hotel Artemis” starring Jodie Foster, Sterling K. Brown, Sofia Boutella, and more!

    Movie Review: “Hotel Artemis”

    Movie Review: “Hotel Artemis”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • Ever wanted Se7en, 12 Monkeys, The X-Files, and Frailty slapped together into one film? Solace has you covered.

    Solace (2016) Review

    Solace (2016) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Seven strangers, each with a secret to bury, meet at Lake Tahoe's El Royale. Over the course of one fateful night, everyone will have one last shot at redemption... before everything goes to hell.

    'Bad Times at the El Royale' Review

    'Bad Times at the El Royale' Review

    by Royce Proctor0

  • Ignoring the dreary title, Benjamin Cox fancied something dumb and action-packed for a rainy day. But this film surprised him in a pleasant way, even if it feels like he has seen it before...

    Should I Watch..? 'The Commuter'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Commuter'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Is Hitchcock's exhilarating spy thriller the best of his career? Benjamin Cox isn't sure but he applauds this influential and enjoyable film all the same.

    Should I Watch..? 'North by Northwest'

    Should I Watch..? 'North by Northwest'

    by Benjamin Cox3

  • We’re not even a full month into 2019 yet, and already we have the runaway contender for worst movie of the year. Truly, it will take a calamitous motion picture event to knock Serenity from its perch, and that’s not likely since the majority of the movie’s failure lies with the obscenely...

    'Serenity' Movie Review

    'Serenity' Movie Review

    by Collin Parker2

  • Bond goes to Japan and undergoes a radical transformation. But after five movies in as many years, the formula needed tweaking. Benjamin Cox reports from his volcano lair.

    Should I Watch..? 'You Only Live Twice'

    Should I Watch..? 'You Only Live Twice'

    by Benjamin Cox2

  • Yet another example of blatant disrespect to the author, or in this case, authors. Stick to the Swedish films and the books. The American films are getting everything wrong. I give the film a 2 out of 4.

    The Girl in the Spider's Web: Nathan's Movie Review

    The Girl in the Spider's Web: Nathan's Movie Review

    by Nathan Jasper0

  • Other than the obvious age-gap and Catherine Zeta-Jones' bottom, can you remember anything else about this twisted tale of hi-tech high jinks? Benjamin Cox will try to fill you in on the details.

    Should I Watch..? 'Entrapment'

    Should I Watch..? 'Entrapment'

    by Benjamin Cox2

  • Nerve isn't terribly original or especially exciting, but the charisma of the leads keeps it from feeling like a complete waste of time.

    Random Review: Nerve

    Random Review: Nerve

    by Gracchus Gruad0

  • Apparitions in film have never been so boring, but Phantom of the Theatre does leave you with the question of, “Do ghost farts smell like garlic?”

    Phantom of the Theatre (2016) review

    Phantom of the Theatre (2016) review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Michael Fassbender plays detective Harry Hole (possibly one of the most unfortunate names I’ve ever heard), who hunts a serial killer that is running around Norway, decapitating young women.

    Movie Review: The Snowman (2017)

    Movie Review: The Snowman (2017)

    by Jimmy Hudson0

  • There are already oodles of fan theories circulating through the interwebs, positing that Hotel Artemis and 2014’s John Wick (and its 2017 sequel) exist in the same universe. And it’s certainly easy to draw a very straight, very thick line between them. One of the more clever elements of Wick is ...

    'Hotel Artemis' Movie Review

    'Hotel Artemis' Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Fractured” starring Sam Worthington, Lily Rabe, Lucy Capri, and more!

    Movie Review: “Fractured”

    Movie Review: “Fractured”

    by Movie Beasts2

  • Stephanie is a shy single mother who makes friends with another mother, Emily, who is extremely blunt as well as wealthy. One day, Emily goes missing, leaving Stephanie and Emily's husband to figure out where she disappeared to. From there, a set of twists and turns ensue in this mystery.

    'A Simple Favor' (2018) Movie Review

    'A Simple Favor' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar2

  • The problem with being the guy behind The Sixth Sense is… well— being the guy behind The Sixth Sense. Audiences have spent the last 20 years hoping writer-director M. Night Shyamalan could offer something as good as his 1999 juggernaut, but it hasn’t happened yet. His immediate follow-up, 2000’s...

    'Glass' Movie Review

    'Glass' Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • The concluding chapter of a trilogy nearly 20 years in the making. Glass is a sequel to both Unbreakable and Split simultaneously. M. Night Shyamalan returns with a film that has a brilliant cast, but will likely leave audiences polarized.

    'Glass' (2019) Review

    'Glass' (2019) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • The first film David Ayer ever wrote, directed, and produced is a crime film starring Christian Bale and Freddy Rodriguez. It's not Ayer's best and Bale's performance is the best part, but it's a decent watch that deserves to have a better reputation.

    Review Recollection: 'Harsh Times' (2005)

    Review Recollection: 'Harsh Times' (2005)

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Marnie, by Alfred Hitchcock, is not an obvious noir film. Aside from the central female character, as distinct from the usual male, bright colour imbues the screen instead of monochrome. This article explores how Hitchcock used the devices of film noir to create an enduring and memorable movie.

    Marnie, a Movie by Alfred Hitchcock

    Marnie, a Movie by Alfred Hitchcock

    by Mary Phelan1

  • Just two years ago, Taylor Sheridan was best known (if he was known at all) as Deputy Chief David Hale on Sons of Anarchy. Since his departure from that show, however, he has emerged as one of the ...

    "Wind River" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Sadly nothing to do with Roberta's classic tune but instead is an erotic thriller that deserves plenty of Flack. Benjamin Cox opens fire.

    Should I Watch..? 'Killing Me Softly'

    Should I Watch..? 'Killing Me Softly'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • A story between a mole in the police department and an undercover cop. Their objectives are the same: to find out who is the mole, and who is the cop—IMDB. 4/5.

    'Infernal Affairs' (2002) Movie Review

    'Infernal Affairs' (2002) Movie Review

    by Winnie Khaw0

  • Did you watch this movie and have burning questions that seem to remain unanswered? Have you heard the theories surrounding an alternate explanation? It's possible I have all the answers you need.

    'Super Dark Times' (2017) Review and Explanation

    'Super Dark Times' (2017) Review and Explanation

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews3

  • Kidnap is one of those rare movies that you think will be B quality but surprises you with A+ quality. The film is perfectly acted and realistic, which adds to the terror. It gets 3.75 out of 4.

    Kidnap (2017) Movie Review

    Kidnap (2017) Movie Review

    by Nathan Jasper0

  • Come with me as I take a look back at Gus Van Sant's infamous shot-for-shot remake of the 1960 Hitchcock classic and explain why it remains one of my favorite movie ever!

    Don't Hate Me: Why I Love 'Psycho' (1998)

    Don't Hate Me: Why I Love 'Psycho' (1998)

    by Alex Dino0

  • Though written well before this year’s A Quiet Place, 2016’s Hush, and also Tim Lebbon’s 2015 book The Silence, the new Netflix feature Bird Box will undoubtedly find itself labeled as a rip-off of a rip-off. The film, however, is a generally solid thriller that works well on its own, despite a ...

    "Bird Box" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • Coming to digital and on-demand services Friday, August 30, crazed fan Moose (John Travolta) scoots and sputters his way into action star Hunter Dunbar's (Devon Sawa) life. From the mind of Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst, The Fanatic is 100-minutes of pure, unfiltered anxiety.

    'The Fanatic' Review: Misery Loves Company

    'The Fanatic' Review: Misery Loves Company

    by Chris Sawin1

  • A plethora of Harry Potter lol quotes, some lolcats with a Harry Potter twist, some famous Harry Potter quotations, as well as some fan pictures with hilarious texts to compliment them.

    Harry Potter Meets Lolcatz

    Harry Potter Meets Lolcatz

    by Marc8

  • Following up his taut 2018 political thriller Beirut, director Brad Anderson has decided to join the growing throngs in offering up his latest feature on Netflix. Good thing, since it saves you from plunking down a ten-spot (or more) on Fractured in the theater and then grappling with the lousy ...

    "Fractured" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Unlocked your typical "whodunnit" mystery/conspiracy film, but the terrific acting makes up for the film's giant cliche problem. I give it a 2.5 out of 4.

    Unlocked Movie Review

    Unlocked Movie Review

    by Nathan Jasper0

  • In case you hadn’t heard, there are large tech companies based in the San Francisco area that are very interested in your internet habits--what products you buy, what topics you discuss, what ...

    "The Circle": Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • A case study of the femme fatale character Natalie and the significance of her role in Christopher Nolan's neo-noir thriller 'Memento'.

    The Neo-Noir Femme Fatale

    The Neo-Noir Femme Fatale

    by Andy Sciambarella0

  • The 2017 Taiwanese psychological thriller directed by Cheng Wei-Hao and starring Kaiser Chuang, Ko Chia-Yen, Mason Lee, and Christopher Ming-Shun Lee is now available on most VOD platforms.

    'Who Killed Cock Robin?' (2019) Review

    'Who Killed Cock Robin?' (2019) Review

    by Chris Sawin1

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Searching” starring John Cho, Debra Messing, Michelle La, and more!

    Movie Review: “Searching”

    Movie Review: “Searching”

    by Movie Beasts1

  • It's October (at the time of writing) so it's time for Benjamin Cox to throw himself into one of his least favourite genres - the horror film. Hopefully, the others he'll watch will be considerably better than this tosh.

    Should I Watch..? 'Vanishing On 7th Street'

    Should I Watch..? 'Vanishing On 7th Street'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • She's back... after a lifetime away. Sharon Stone returns in her most famous role but was it worth the wait? Benjamin Cox takes a cold shower and takes aim at this boring, uninspired sequel.

    Should I Watch..? 'Basic Instinct 2'

    Should I Watch..? 'Basic Instinct 2'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • The film is impactful and has a lot of meaning, but is by far the least of Eastwood's films. It felt more like a low-budget school project than an Eastwood masterpiece. I give it a 2.5 out of 4.

    The 15:17 to Paris Movie Review

    The 15:17 to Paris Movie Review

    by Nathan Jasper0

  • Between Worlds is the first film from Fantastic Fest 2018 that I watched and is one of the worst. Nic Cage sleazes up every frame of this thing while Franka Potente and Penelope Mitchell look on in dumbfounded disbelief.

    Fantastic Fest Review: 'Between Worlds' (2018)

    Fantastic Fest Review: 'Between Worlds' (2018)

    by Chris Sawin4

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MavenThis supports the Maven widget and search functionality. (Privacy Policy)
Marketing
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Google DoubleClickGoogle provides ad serving technology and runs an ad network. (Privacy Policy)
Index ExchangeThis is an ad network. (Privacy Policy)
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Amazon Unified Ad MarketplaceThis is an ad network. (Privacy Policy)
AppNexusThis is an ad network. (Privacy Policy)
OpenxThis is an ad network. (Privacy Policy)
Rubicon ProjectThis is an ad network. (Privacy Policy)
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ClickscoThis is a data management platform studying reader behavior (Privacy Policy)