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  • Monstrous – Film Review

    May 14, 2022 by

    It’s the 1950’s and everything is bright, clean and shiny. Laura (Christina Ricci) and her young son, Cody (Santino Barnard) are on the run. They end up in rural California and try to start a new life in a big house. Things are great at first, but after Cody goes for a walk down by… Read more

  • Escape the Field – Film Review

    May 4, 2022 by

    One-by-one, six strangers wake up in a never-ending cornfield. None of them remember how they got there, and they all have their own set of theories. With nothing but one item on them, they must find a way to Escape the Field, or die being hunted by a mysterious figure hiding in the shadows. Those… Read more

  • Wild Men – Film Review

    May 1, 2022 by

    When Musa (Zaki Youssef – The Looming Tower) leaves his assumed dead mates after crashing a stolen car, he wanders off into the wild. Seriously injured and with only a large bag of stolen money on him, he bumps into Martin (Rasmus Bjerg – The Way to Mandalay), who’s trying his best to take life… Read more

  • Firebird – Film Review

    April 30, 2022 by

    “Black thorns and roses, smiles and tearsThey’re sown together and grow so near.”  1977, Haapsalu, Estonia. Private Sergey Serebrennikov (Tom Prior) is finishing up his mandatory service and is about to return home after graduation, to get a job. He’s a sweet young man who loves to swim with his friends Volodja (Jake Henderson) and… Read more

  • Playdurizm – Film Review

    April 23, 2022 by

    “Who has a pig as a pet?” Demir (Gem Deger) wakes up in his underwear in a bubblegum colored world and he has no idea how he got there. Luckily, Andrew (Austin Chunn) is there to make him breakfast and Drew (Issy Stewart) is there to keep him company, along with their pet pig, Joshua.… Read more

  • Charlie’s Angels (2000/2003) vs Charlie’s Angels (2019)

    April 10, 2022 by

    Charlie’s Angels 2019 Reboot – Does It Fly High? Cameron, Drew, Lucy Liu. Three icons of 90s and 00s cinema and television selected to be the elite private investigators in both 2000s Charlie’s Angels films. The two feature films from 2000 and 2003 were hot properties 20 years ago, with the three stars bouncing chemistry… Read more

  • Those Who Walk Away – Film Review

    February 20, 2022 by

    Max (Booboo Stewart) is a nice guy who just wants to meet a nice girl to take home to his sick mother. Eventually the algorithm connects him to Avery (Scarlett Sperduto). Things get off to a rocky start after someone calls in a bomb threat at the local movie theatre, so they decide to go… Read more

  • The Island – Film Review | IFFR ’22

    February 19, 2022 by

    An upside down Robinson Crusoe story Doctor Robinson Crusoe is enjoying his time alone on a secluded island. He has his iPad and not a care in the world. He has time to himself in which to reflect, the weight of the world has gotten to him and he needs a break. When a ship… Read more

  • Blacklight – Film Review

    February 9, 2022 by

    A troubled off-the-books fixer for the FBI, Travis Block (Liam Neeson), tasked with pulling undercover agents out of dangerous situations, finds himself in the middle of a deadly conspiracy when an undercover agent starts questioning the very people he’s working for. Block, must not only track down the agent, but also find out the truth.… Read more

  • Charmed (1998) vs Charmed (2018)

    February 8, 2022 by

    Halliwell vs Vera 20 Years Later – Does The New Charmed Cast A Spell As Good As The Original I love Charmed (1998). I grew up watching it from age five, and I don’t know why my parents let me watch it, but they did. Now at 28 it’s still a comfort show for me.… Read more

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