Review: ‘Lost Transmissions’Simon Pegg Exceeds All Expectations Portraying A Schizophrenic Record Producer

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Lost Transmissions explores the oft stigmatized world of mental health through the eyes of a talented record producer and a songwriter trying to get...

Review: ‘The Gentlemen’, Another British Gangster Flick From Guy Ritchie? Sign Me Up.

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The Gentlemen – Guy Ritchie’s newest star-studded affair – follows Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) who has built a marijuana empire throughout London. A Rhodes scholar originally from...

Review: ‘You Should Have Left’Kevin Bacon Leads A Satisfying Thriller To Safely Watch From...

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There are countless horror flicks dealing with haunted houses or possessions within a house. Typically, they are creepy, old, and dilapidated. Buildings that any...

Review: ‘Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark”, Also Known As Underwhelming Stories To...

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Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark, a collection of short stories by Alvin Schwartz that many of us read as children, is the newest...

Review: ‘Almost Love’A Look At Relationships Through The Eyes Of Six Friends

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Almost Love, written and directed by Mike Doyle, explores the relationships within a group of thirty something year-olds living in New York. At the...

Review – ‘Disturbing The Peace’, Has Guy Pearce Hit A New Low?

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Next in the line of forgettable Guy Pearce movies is Disturbing the Peace. Jim Dillon (Guy Pearce) is a marshal in the small town of...

Review: ‘Run With The Hunted’Or Stay Put And Choose A Different Movie To Watch...

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Run With The Hunted tells the story of Oscar (Mitchell Paulsen) and his best friend Loux (Madilyn Kellam). Loux and her brother Amos (Evan...

Review: ‘Perception’, A Supernatural Thriller That Never Hits The Mark

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Perception is the latest film to take a stab at examining the afterlife and our interactions with it. Daniel (Wes Ramsey) is a hotshot real estate...

Review: ‘Behind You’Looks In The Mirror And Sees A Formulaic Horror Flick

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Behind You follows Sisters Olivia (Addy Miller) and Claire (Elizabeth Birkner) who have had their world turned upside down. Their mother has just died,...

Review: ‘The Song Of Names’, A Powerful World War II Drama With Music At...

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  In a day and age where it seems like every year is highlighted by what addition(s) will be made to the Marvel cinematic universe – dominating...