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Borat Sequel Movie Review
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I know you are reading that title and thinking how the HELL does Borat or his extremely politically incorrect behavior have any possibility of having a heart? Well, it may not be the crux of the film, but it is definitely present between Borat and his daughter, played by Irina

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Liam Neeson Honest Thief Movie Review
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Listen in as I review Honest Thief, the latest film from Liam Neeson. Directed by Mark Williams and also stars Kate Walsh, Jeffrey Donovan, Jai Courtney, Anthony Ramos, Robert Patrick, and Jasmine Cephas Jones.  Synopsis: They call him the In and Out Bandit because meticulous thief Tom Carter (Liam Neeson) has

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Listen in as I review A Ghost Waits from director Adam Stoall and starring Macleod Andrews and Natalie Walker. The supernatural romantic comedy had its North American Premiere at Screamfest. Made on an indie (small as shit) budget, but pushed to the max of what could be done with that

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The short film, ZWART, from ScreamFest 2020, reminds you not to give up too much information when you’re doing something online. Oftentimes we get caught up in the lure of the internet and we don’t realize what bad things can happen. It’s directed by Tommie Geraedts and written by Roy

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On the closing night of Nightstream Fest, An Unquiet Grave is set to premiere in a matter of minutes from now. The indie thriller is from Terrence Krey and Christine Nyland. Keep scrolling to check out my audio review of the film.  An Unquiet Grave Synopsis: A year after

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The Tax Collector Blu Review
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I have been spending a lot of my free time watching movies lately. Most of them have been in the genre/horror realm. I decided to mix it up with the recent release The Tax Collector from director David Ayer (Training Day). I liked the movie. The only reasons, Shia Labeouf

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The following review is a guest review written by Christopher Bram The best stand-up comedy is all about truth-telling. Difficult, complicated truths are often easier to accept when delivered by a gifted comic. Julia Scotti is not your typical comedian. She is an older woman with white hair and a

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12 Hour Shift Movie Review Angela Bettis
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12 HOUR SHIFT is a powerhouse of a film from Brea Grant. The film stars Angela Bettis, Chloe Farnworth, Nikea Gamby-Turner, Kit Williamson, and David Arquette. I’ve spent more time in hospitals and doctors’ offices in my life so I can say with confidence that nurses are truly the lifeblood

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Spiral is currently available on Shudder and if you are not a subscriber, this is THE film that will make you sign up. Plus let’s face it, there are some amazing classics and other curated collections thanks to the team at Shudder. I know I have seen a good movie

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POSSESSOR Uncut Movie Review Andrea Riseborough
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I can imagine the satisfied look gleaming from David Cronenberg’s face as his son’s unearthly sophomore feature unfolds before his eyes. The similarities between father and son might be undeniable in many ways, but the boundaries that Brandon (Antiviral) pushes obviously come from a personal place that only he would

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Saban Films will release the horror / thriller Death of Me in theaters and On Demand and Digital on October 2, 2020. What happens in Thailand does not stay in Thailand, or does it. This creepy horror film in the same vain as The Wicker Man, will keep you guessing until

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Followed is a found footage with a twist. Directed by Antoine Le and starring Matthew Solomon (HBO’s “Ballers”) as “DropTheMike,” John Savage (The Last Full Measure; The Deer Hunter), Sam Valentine, Caitlin Grace, Tim Drier, and Kelsey Griswold.

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If Escape Room and a bad remake of The Game had a baby it would be No Escape. Don’t get me wrong with that statement about The Game. It is near impossible for any film to match of to that classic. It also makes COMPLETE sense seeing as how the film was written and directed by Will Wernick (the director of Escape Room).

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Minor Premise is the most scientifically accurate film, well at least that was part so I can get in there oh gosh why Keep in mind that I never claimed to be a scientist. I do have a penchant for debunking scientific elements in film. They say that Stanley Kubrick

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The Owners is a splendidly done home invasion film that hits on so many levels. The film is definitely one you will want to check out. I am a fan of the slow burn. These types of films keep you guessing what is going to happen next. Just when you

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The Dark and the Wicked is one of the scariest films I have seen. Ghost films, if done well, like The Conjuring films, win me over every time. This horror genre relies on a number of different elements to create such a scary film. Music and the lighting are a

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