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The first time I saw Promising Young Woman, I spent the last maybe 15 minutes outright sobbing—not from sadness or grief, but because I’ve never felt such catharsis from a film. Perhaps in the future, I will write a more in-depth piece on the ending specifically, but for now, I

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The submissions for this year’s Oscar for Best International Feature Film are a smorgasbord of genres, topics, and styles, but there is a notable dearth of LGBTQ+ content. Although Agnieszka Holland’s Czech drama Charlatan, Stéphanie Chuat and  Véronique Reymond’s Swiss selection My Little Sister, and Filippo Meneghetti’s French romance Two of Us

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Steven Kostanski quasi been carving a name for himself since breaking solo from the Astron 6 directing collective and making the Lovecraft inspired The Void and the above-average Leprechaun reboot Leprechaun Returns. With Psycho Goreman he pays tribute to high concept Saturday morning cartoons from the eighties as well as

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Listen in as Jim reviews Hunted, a gruesome new take on Red Riding Hood. Gruesome is the only word I have been able to think about since watching Hunted. Hunted is an original film from Shudder. This past year has been amazing for Shudder Originals. My wife is not a

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Love and Monsters Movie Review
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Listen to our review of Love and Monsters. Monsters, Romance, Action, and a Dog. You can never go wrong with that combo. Synopsis: Dylan O’Brien stars in this wildly imaginative, post-apocalyptic adventure that’s filled with LOVE AND MONSTERS. Celebrate the release with two all-new deleted scenes below! Seven years after the Monsterpocalypse, Joel

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I had the chance to review Promising Young Woman by director Emerald Fennell. The film stars Carey Mulligan, Bo Burnham, Alison Brie, Connie Britton, Adam Brody, Jennifer Coolidge, Laverne Cox, Max Greenfield, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Chris Lowell, Sam Richardson, Molly Shannon, Clancy Brown. Promising Young Woman is a film that will

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As someone who mildly enjoyed Patty Jenkins’ first cinematic outing with Wonder Woman in 2017; I actually found it to drag a bit at times and the 141 minute runtime could have used some trimming as far as pacing is concerned. That being said, Wonder Woman 1984 is ten minutes

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Like an indie bastard child of Unbreakable and Hancock, Archenemy is Adam Egypt Mortimer’s (Daniel Isn’t Real) ode to the otherworldly tales of Grant Morrison and is just joyfully odd enough to be in good company with Elijah Wood’s SpectreVision company. As the opening narration unfolds complimented by beautiful retro

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I had the chance to check out Train to Busan: Peninsula a few months back. The film Peninsula is a truly amazing sequel. It does a nice job of world-building much like George Romero did with his zombie classics. The sequel is much like Empire Strikes Back, which is a

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Romantic Comedies are usually incredibly predictable. They involve two people falling in love with a recycled storyline that sometimes has a holiday setting. Occasionally, you’ll see something new added, but it’s almost always the same. Holidate tries to change it up with a newer storyline that is pretty fun and

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The 7th episode released of “Awkward Cinema with Patrick and Marc”, in which we discuss DreamWorks Animation’s second film in “The Croods” franchise, “The Croods: A New Age” (light spoilers.)

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I’ve always been a sucker for the “ It all takes place in one night” sub-genre of movies. One of the greatest examples of course is Richard Linklater’s coming of age masterpiece Dazed and Confused. The set up for Jeff Roda’s 18 To Party was off to a promising start

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When it was revealed that Alex Winter was granted unconditional support from Zappa’s family and access to all of the content in their infamous vault I knew in my gut that something special had to be in the works and I’m happy to reveal that I was not disappointed. With

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Barefoot: The Mark Baumer Story is an extremely important and timely documentary that follows Mark Baumer, an activist, and poet on his journey walking across the country barefoot to bring awareness to climate change. Listen in as I share my thoughts about this amazing documentary from director Julie Sokolow. Synopsis:

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The Atlantic City Story Movie Review
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The Atlantic City Story is a touching tale of two people who have run away to Atlantic City. One to escape her unhappy marriage and the other running away from his life in Philadelphia in hopes of hitting it big at the casino. Listen in as I review this touching

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Diane Lane is PHENOMENAL in this. She delivers such a powerful portrayal of a mother who is dealing with the loss of her son. I am not sure where she was able to channel the raw emotion for many of her scenes. Kevin Costner is Kevin Costner. He is able

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