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Action films with an 80s/90s vibe are making a comeback thanks to Saban Films, whose latest feature, Last Man Down, is now available on digital and on demand. Last Man Down is a thrill ride that brings all the classic elements you would hope to see in this genre, to

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End of September home entertainment releases Available September 14th   Rififi in Paris Originally titled “The Upper Hand”, this stylish 60s French caper is one of several adaptations of Auguste Le Breton’s novels, while the classic 1955 film RIFIFI may be the most renowned film in Breton’s oeuvre, this title

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What if I told you that Fran Kranz would be directing one of the best films of the year. There is no shortage of actors turned directors in Hollywood, but the quality is sometimes lacking. Kranz is going behind the camera for the first time as a director and as

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Halloween Kills is a sequel we all knew was coming thanks to the wildly successful reimagined timeline of the original 1978 film. The first sequel, Halloween (2018) gave audiences a clear look at what the future would hold, more of the same. While the reboot wasn’t terrible it is still

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I’m in love with Squid Game, and was a big fan of Escape Room. One would think that I would enjoy Tournament of Champions. They would be wrong. The concept of the two survivors coming back in the sequel and get involved in the game again. The concept has a

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Detention is in select theaters and online now from Dekanalog. Detention is directed and co-written by John Hsu and stars Gingle Wang, Fu Meng-po, Tseng Ching-hua, Cecilia Choi, and Hung Chang Chu.  I went into Detention completely lit blind. I hadn’t seen the trailer or read the synopsis. The color

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First-time writer and director Valdimar Jóhannson makes his feature debut with LAMB, a slow burn with a deliberate and contemplative pace. Dealing with grief and loss through dark folk tales and an overwhelming sense of dread. The film is about a childless couple who live on a very secluded farm

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Venom is back, and this time he’s got more jokes and implausible relationships. As Eddie Brock attempts to get his career back on track with an exclusive interview with the serial killer Cletus Kasady, and then, for reasons that are central to the plot, bad things happen and Carnage is

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I remember watching The Silence of the Lambs with my parents when it was initially released. This may seem odd, but then again I watched and enjoyed Jodie Foster in another “heavy“ film, The Accused. I decided to ask my wife if she remembered seeing this in theaters. She could

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Sometimes a movie can be summed up so succinctly a review might not even really be necessary in order for you to get the tone of the film to know exactly what it is you’re going in for. Actress, Sydney Park, the lead of There’s Someone Inside Your House, a

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