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    Review – Dig Two Graves (2017)

    Dig Two Graves, starring veteran actor Ted Levine, is an interesting movie. It is unique in that it is really not all that good yet surprisingly watchable at the same time. In an era where maybe too much emphasis is being consistently put on mood instead of storyline, Dig Two Graves is...
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    Review – The Belko Experiment (2017)

    James Gunn, who wrote the screenplay for Blumhouse Tilt’s newest big screen outing, is clearly trying to make a statement. What that statement is, however, is not very clear. And I don’t mean that it’s ambiguous; I mean that there is clearly a sense of social satire, but The Belko...
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    Review – A Cure For Wellness (2017)

    Truth be told, I have a fondness for horror movies that actually seem quite familiar. I’m not one who is entirely against cliches; crass as it may sound, they are cliches for a reason. And that reason is there is something about them that keeps people coming back to...
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    M. Night Shyamalan’s SPLIT is a Triumphant Return to Form

    In 2017, I am writing a review for the second M. Night Shyamalan movie in a row that I enjoyed. Now how’s that for a twist? There’s no getting around it: Split, starring James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy is dark, disturbing, and very tense. Here’s another twist – there...
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    Review – Eli Roth’s KNOCK KNOCK (2015)

    When two attractive young women (Ana de Armas, Lorenza Izzo) appear at family man Evan’s door soaking wet asking to come in, you know something really, really bad is going to happen. You know this because of two reasons. The first is that this is an Eli Roth film,...
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    Review-Eclipse Issue #2

              Writer-Zack Kaplan Artist- Giovanni Timpano Colors- Chris Northrop Letters-Troy Peteri Publisher: Top Cow/Image Comics Out October 5, 2016 Eclipse #1 was a dazzling introduction to the world Issue #2 continues the brilliance and expands the story. Eclipse #2 is an example of exceptional Storytelling...
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    Review – Don’t Breathe (2016)

    Rocky (Jane Levy) is a young thief in Detroit with some serious family issues at home. Her mother is a lowlife, and recently she’s brought a new man into their house, nazi hand tattoos and all. She’s desperate to find a way out of Detroit, mainly to help her...
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    Level Up (2016) One Life Remaining a review

    Level up (2016) Written by Adam Randall, Gary Young, concept by Andrew Orr Directed by Adam Randall Distribution Film Buff Production Fullwell 73, Independent (GB) and Quickfire Films Special Effects Arcadia SFX What would you do if a mysterious organization kidnaped your girlfriend and you have to keep completing...