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The Shape of Water (Movie Review)

PLOT: In 1962 Baltimore, a mute cleaning woman makes an unusual acquaintance at the secret lab where she works: a half-man, half-fish creature stolen from the Amazon jungle. REVIEW: One of the great things about Guillermo del Toro is, you can point to almost every one of his movies and say, "That's a quintessential Guillermo del Toro movie." From the fun-loving comic book...
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Bullet Head (Movie Review)

PLOT: When a trio of low-rent thieves is forced to hideout in abandoned warehouse after a botched heist, they soon realize they’re not alone. A giant, rabid, blood-covered Pit Bull awaits them! REVIEW: Eight years is a long time between now and when writer/director Paul Solet would GRACE the world with his fine feature debut, and now with his overdue return to the...
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12.07.2017
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Slumber (Movie Review)

PLOT: A level-headed sleep doctor (Maggie Q) is forced to reconcile with her traumatic past when a family she’s treating comes under the sinister spell of a nocturnal demon known as the Night Hag. REVIEW: With a good decade spent sharpening his tools over the course of three short films, writer/director Jonathan Hopkins has turned in an assured, above average feature...
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11.29.2017
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Inoperable (Movie Review)

PLOT: A young woman wakes up in a seemingly abandoned hospital in the middle of a hurricane and is tormented by malevolent forces inside. She realizes she is trapped in a time loop and must escape the hospital before the storm passes, or she will be trapped there forever. REVIEW: It was only a few days ago now that I first caught the trailer for director Christopher Lawrence...
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11.27.2017
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Radius (Movie Review)

PLOT: When a man wakes up from a car crash, he comes to the nightmarish realization that everyone that gets in a 50-foot radius of him will die. Everyone that is, except one woman who survived the same accident. REVIEW: There is something special about stepping into a film completely fresh, and having it really inspire and excite you. In fact, it is rare that I don’t...
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11.10.2017
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Blade of the Immortal (Movie Review)

PLOT: An immortal samurai comes out of retirement to help a traumatized young girl seek revenge on the men who killed her father. REVIEW: At the age of 57, and after 99 films, you can't say Japanese director Takashi Miike has lost any of the verve or lust for off-the-wall action that has characterized most of his films up until this point. Miike's BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL is...
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11.10.2017
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Mayhem (Movie Review)

PLOT : When a rage-inducing virus breaks out in an office building, a former employee uses the madness to his advantage on a quest to get revenge on the CEO. REVIEW : When you hear that director Joe Lynch has made a movie called MAYHEM about a (former) office drone fighting his way through a building full of people who have been infected with a virus that strips victims of...
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11.09.2017
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My Friend Dahmer (Movie Review)

PLOT: A chilling look into the life of adolescent Jeffrey Dahmer, as he tries to fit in at school, make friends and cope with increasingly violent tendencies. REVIEW: Have you ever wondered what it must have been like in the early years of a notorious mass murderer? Well, Marc Meyers’ new film MY FRIEND DAHMER attempts, with sobering impartiality, to give us a glimpse of...
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11.03.2017
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Jigsaw (Movie Review)

PLOT: As has happened many times in the past, Jigsaw is doling out brutal life lessons at the expense of a group of shady captives. REVIEW: Perhaps it was just wishful thinking - though more likely it was naivety - but I actually went into JIGSAW thinking it might reinvigorate the franchise. Take for example its directors, the talented Spierig Brothers, who've made such...
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10.27.2017
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Mansfield 66/67 (Movie Review)

PLOT : An examination of the "rumors and hearsay" regarding a relationship between actress Jayne Mansfield and Anton LaVey, founder of the Church of Satan. REVIEW : Jayne Mansfield was an actress and sex symbol who hit it big in the 1950s, her success spurred on by comparisons to her contemporary Marilyn Monroe - in fact, her breakthrough came when Twentieth Century Fox...
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10.25.2017
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Creep 2 (Movie Review)

PLOT:  A video artist looking for work drives to a remote house in the forest to meet a man claiming to be a serial killer. But after agreeing to spend the day with him, she soon realizes she made a deadly mistake. REVIEW: I'm thinking it's important to note right off the bat that I am a big fan of the original Patrick Brice found footage flick CREEP starring Mark...
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10.24.2017
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The Snowman (Movie Review)

PLOT: An alcoholic cop tracks down a murderer known as The Snowman, Norway's first serial killer. REVIEW: I had heard the bad buzz about THE SNOWMAN walking into it, but so what? Watching the opening credits, my eyes lit up at the appearance of so many great names. Made in association with Working Title Films (UNITED 93, BABY DRIVER). Executive produced by Martin Scorsese! Edited...
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10.21.2017
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