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‘Good Luck to You, Leo Grande’: Movie Review

Let’s get this out of the way from the get: sex in films, especially in American cinema, has become a very taboo subject. We’re uncomfortable talking about sex with our peers, even though we joke about it incessantly. There’s another

‘Firestarter’ Film Review: Second Attempt At Adapting King’s Novel Fails Again

Stephen King’s original novel “Firestarter” was a rich story full of interesting characters and nail-biting terror and suspense. The same cannot be said about 2022’s updated “Firestarter”, a film that completely drains the life out of the author’s unique work.

‘Minamata’- Film Review: Important Johnny Depp Films Finally Sees The Light Of Day

Andrew Levitas’s “Minamata” is an important film about a serious subject and stands as another shining example that Johnny Depp is one of cinema’s finest character actors. Inventive and unique, his versatility and ability to disappear into a character is

Raise A Pint To Terror!: 5 Irish Horror Films To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

It would be safe to say that practically no one thinks “Horror films” when it comes to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. As a lifelong connoisseur of the genre, this critic most certainly does. Over the years, there have been many

‘In Search Of Tomorrow’: The Definitive ’80s Sci-Fi Documentary

“In Search of Tomorrow: The Definitve ’80s Sci-Fi Documentary” is the latest proof that director David A. Weiner is THE man to document the genre films of the 1980s. Weiner’s first two documentaries “In Search of Darkness” parts 1&2 (with

‘No Exit’ Review: A Tight And Entertaining Snowbound Thriller

The new film “No Exit” is the kind of snowbound claustrophobic thriller that works very well due to a small and committed cast and the filmmaker’s sharp attention to an ever-building intensity, from which the audience will be allowed no

‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Review: A Useless Reboot-Sequel

Tobe Hooper’s 1974 classic “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” is widely (and rightfully) considered one of the finest and most effective Horror films ever made. David Blue Garcia’s “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” will never reach those accolade heights. This past January’s “Scream”

‘Fistful of Vengeance’ Review: Netflix Martial Arts Extravaganza Dazzles But Misses

“Fistful of Vengeance” is Netflix’s feature length sequel to 2019’s “Wu Assassins”, a fun episodic series that featured some good Martial Arts action and showcased the supreme talents of Iko Uwais, (a man who should be a worldwide name and

‘Marry Me’ Review: Fun Graphic Novel Adaptation Struggles In The Romance Arena

Kat Coiro’s Marry Me featuring Jennifer Lopez, Owen Wilson, Maluma, and John Bradley hits theaters just in time for the Valentine’s Day weekend and coincides with the Super Bowl. Lopez plays Kat Valdez, an enormously successful musician who, at the

‘Rifkin’s Festival’ Review: Woody Allen’s Lighter Philosophical Side

Have we lived a good life? Did our deeds live up to our potential? And what of love? Are we with the person that will feed our heart and soul? In “Rifkin’s Festival”, Woody Allen returns to the themes that