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Anthony Picks The Best Horror Films of 2022

Horror films are the one constant in Cinema. As audiences love to be scared, their popularity endures. From the terrifying Frankenstein’s monster that was made by the Thomas Edison movie studio in 1910, through the Universal Monster movies of the

Film Review- ‘The Old Way’: 2023 Begins With A Good Western

With the arrival of Brett Donowho’s “The Old Way”, Nicolas Cage gets the chance to star in his first Western. While the genre is far from its heyday of the 40’s and 50’s, respect for “oaters” still lives in the

Top Ten of 2022: A Unity in Cinema

Top Ten films of 2022 . . . that’s a tough chore. Once again, I’m coming in right under the wire. As I write this, my list of Top Films of 2022, we’re seven hours, 30 minutes from ringing in

‘Sr.’- Film Review: A Tender, Touching Tribute From A Son To His Father

“Sr.”, is the touching new documentary (directed by Chris Smith) about late filmmaker Robert Downey Sr. Can we call it a tribute to a unique artist or is it to be seen as a grand farewell? Does the film exist

‘Sam & Kate’- Film Review: Two Sets Of Acting Families In A Mismarketed Gem

In the surprisingly touching new film “Sam & Kate”, Sissy Spacek and Dustin Hoffman co-star with their real-life respective offspring, playing their fictional daughter and son. While this could be seen as stunt casting, what transpires is a deeply felt

‘Weird: The Al Yankovic Story’- Film Review: The Biopic As Parody

“Weird: The Al Yankovic Story” does the right thing in presenting the life and career of Weird Al Yankovic. It sets out to deviate from the standard biopic and plays everything as farce. Yankovic’s life is void of the “rise

‘Causeway’- Film Review: A Literate Tale Of Human Compassion

One of the most fascinating things about Lila Neugebauer’s “Causeway” is how the director constructs the film to unfold patiently and instep with Jennifer Lawrence’s Lynsey’s slow recovery and Brian Tyree Henry’s James and his journey through personal loss. The

‘Terrifier 2’- Film Review: A Blood-Soaked Horror Treasure

Beware all those who do not look back on the VHS “video nasties” of the 1980s with a loving nostalgia. “Terrifier 2” is a blood and guts-soaked tribute to those thrilling days of practical gore yesteryear, and then some! Beginning

‘Halloween Ends’: Film Review- The Finale Of The Strode/Myers Saga

The end is no longer nigh. The saga of Laurie Strode and Michael Myers is put to rest in David Gordon Green’s “Halloween Ends”. 2018’s “Halloween” was created to wipe out the bad taste of the sequels to John Carpenter’s

‘Dark Glasses’: Film Review- Dario Argento Returns To Giallo

Creatively brutal violence. Grotesque deaths. A leather-gloved killer loose on the streets of Rome. “Dark Glasses” (“Occhiali neri”) finds Dario Argento successfully returning to his Giallo roots, delivering his best film since 2005’s “Ti piace Hitchcock?”. While not an Argento