Review: ‘The Kill Team’, An Intense Drama That Examines The Morality Of War

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The Kill Team tells the true story of Andrew Briggman (Nat Wolff) – a young man who joined the Army and was deployed to Afghanistan in...

Review: ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’, Rule 75 – Don’t Discount All Sequels

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Zombieland: Double Tap, the long-anticipated sequel that fans of the original have been pining for, is finally back and the gang is all here. After the...

Review: ‘In The Tall Grass’ Keeps Getting Lost In The Weeds…Over And Over

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Netflix’s foray into Stephen King adaptations continues with In The Tall Grass, which was a collaboration between the horror legend and his son Joe Hill. Becky...

Review: ‘10 Minutes Gone’, At Least It’s Got Bruce Willis And Michael Chiklis?

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If any of you have been patiently waiting for both Michael Chiklis and Bruce Willis to grace the big screen together than 10 Minutes Gone scratches...

Review: ‘The Politician’, Ryan Murphy Shows How Screwed Up Our Politics Are Via A...

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“The world is finished with entitled white men.” “The world will never be finished with entitled white men.  That’s why we feel so entitled” After making...

Review: ‘Spider In The Web’, Even Ben Kingsley Can’t Save Them All

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Spider in the Web, based on true events, tells the story of Adereth (Ben Kingsley) – an aging operative whose glory days are behind him. He...

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: ‘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: ‘The Art of Self-Defense’, A Dark Comedy That Packs A Punch

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The Art of Self-Defense follows Casey (Jesse Eisenberg), a mid-30s accountant that is just trying to keep to himself, not bothering a soul. He floats through...

Review: ‘Midsommar,’ Always Check Reviews Before Traveling

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Following the success of last year’s Hereditary (which I also reviewed, and you can find here in case you missed it) Ari Aster has taken a...