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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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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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Before we get into full spooky mode with Octobers releases we are treated with a few classic horror films as well as plain old classics and some superhero fodder. Available September 7th   Zach Snyder’s Justice League   Yes, we have all been on this roller coaster. Some of us

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To celebrate the 55th anniversary of the Star Trek franchise, Paramount has released the first four films in 4K Ultra HD. Newly remastered from the original elements, each film is presented with Dolby Vision and HDR-10. The 4 movie 4K collection comes with Blu-ray discs as well as access to

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Best Sellers bring together Michael Caine and Aubry Plaza for a road trip comedy with a dash of heart. The film does a few things right, it has two lead actors that are well cast and they play very well off each other and it keeps the runtime under 100 minutes.  Unfortunately,

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In a world filled with uncertainty and fear, it is really important to laugh. Writing and directing husband and wife duo Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly understand this sentiment and deliver a delightfully silly and ostentatious comedy. The film works on multiple levels, but above all is laughter. Touting an

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The Sadness, a zombie film of sorts from director Rob Jabbaz, who makes his feature directorial debut with an exclamation point. The film, set and was made in Taiwan, shows a nation that is one year into a pandemic that is more or less benign, but when society lets its

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