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The Girl With All The Gifts (Movie Review)

PLOT: After a fungal virus has rendered life on Earth a zombie-filled dystopia, an infected young girl is chaperoned by a scientist, a teacher and two soldiers through the wasteland in order to find a medical lab and synthesize a vaccine. REVIEW: Prolific Scottish TV director Colm McCarthy, whose last major undertaking included helming the entire second season of hit UK mob...
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The Great Wall (Movie Review)

PLOT: Sometime during China's Song dynasty, two European mercenaries find themselves captured by the Great Wall of China's steadfast "Nameless Order," an army of hundreds committed to protecting the wall, and everything beyond, from a horde of ancient creatures. REVIEW: There are enough elements at play to make THE GREAT WALL a sensational experience, so it's a shame that it...
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A Cure for Wellness (Movie Review)

PLOT: A callous junior executive is sent by his bosses to retrieve the CEO of his company, who has apparently gone mad at a luxurious resort in the Swiss Alps. Once he arrives, however, the young man finds locating his boss - and leaving the place in general - will not be so easily accomplished. REVIEW: When so many studio horror releases include dreck like Resident Evil The...
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XX (Movie Review)

NOTE: This review originally ran as part of our Sundance 2017 coverage PLOT: A new anthology directed solely by women: A woman is puzzled when her children stop eating, another mom tries her best to keep her daughter’s birthday from being ruined by a tragedy, four hikers wander into an off-limits park, and a woman discovers something horrific about her son on the eve of his...
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02.15.2017
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The Lure (Movie Review)

PLOT : Two mysterious sirens - mermaid like creatures who lead men to their deaths - happen to join a cabaret. When one of the strange young women falls for a local musician, the two find themselves facing off against each other leading to a deadly sibling rivalry. REVIEW : This has been a good year for horror. And as we head into December, I didn’t...
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02.02.2017
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Berlin Syndrome (Sundance Review) starring Teresa Palmer

PLOT: An Australian backpacker ( Teresa Palmer ) traveling through Germany has a one-night stand with a stranger (Max Riemelt) only to discover the next morning that he’s made her a captive in his prison-like apartment. REVIEW: The premise for BERLIN SYNDROME is admittedly familiar. A young, gorgeous girl is held prisoner by psychopath. We’ve seen this movie...
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01.31.2017
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Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (Movie Review)

PLOT: Alice is (once again) determined to put an end to the evil Umbrella Corporation's attempts to wipe out the last remnants of humanity while also searching for an anti-virus that might destroy the hordes of zombies and creatures once and for all. REVIEW: You'd think they'd want to bring out the big guns for "The Final Chapter," but no. Somehow, even by RESIDENT EVIL...
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01.29.2017
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Get Out (Sundance Review)

PLOT: A young black man ( Daniel Kaluuya ) visits his white girlfriend’s ( Allison Williams ) parents in the country, and immediately senses something sinister is afoot. REVIEW: GET OUT marks the directorial debut of Jordan Peele , best known as half of the comedy duo Key & Peele. Whatever you might have expected from him, given his extensive comedy background...
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01.24.2017
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Split (Movie Review)

NOTE: This review originally ran as part of our Fantastic Fest 2016 coverage PLOT: Three young women are kidnapped by a man who has more than 20 personalities, any one of which could be the death of them. REVIEW: I'll get this right out in the open. There are two great things about M. Night Shyamalan's latest, SPLIT: James McAvoy's performance, which is very...
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01.17.2017
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Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories (Movie Review)

PLOT : A real estate agent reveals the dark history of a house to prospective buyers in this horror anthology, which features eight stories from seven different directors. REVIEW : Horror anthology sequels will sometimes have less stories than their predecessors, but VOLUMES OF BLOOD: HORROR STORIES , the follow-up to last year's festival favorite VOLUMES OF BLOOD , takes...
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01.17.2017
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Bad Kids of Crestview Academy (Movie Review)

PLOT: Siouxie (Sammi Hanratty), a white trash student in the “undercrust” of the prestigious Crestview Academy, infiltrates the rich students’ Saturday detention in an attempt to discover the truth behind her sister’s alleged suicide at a senior party the week prior. As she interrogates the bad kids – sassy gay druggie Brian Marquez (Matthew Frias), son...
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01.11.2017
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Underworld: Blood Wars (Movie Review)

PLOT : After letting her daughter disappear into the unknown for her own safety, death dealer Selene is persuaded to return from her own banishment to train new vamps to fight against the Lycans. She soon discovers that there are few on either side she can trust, leaving her once again fighting a vicious battle in hopes to end this long standing war. REVIEW : There are movies...
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01.06.2017
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