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Theatrical Review: Maggie (2015)

…begin with, so that’s their problem to navigate, not ours. The real revelation here though, is Arnold Schwarzenegger. Everybody knows him, and everybody loves at least one or two of… Continue reading

VOD Review: The Drownsman (2015)

…would love a visit from some random strangers!” Right. Twist #1: Her mother? Since we know absolutely NOTHING about Madison, her life, or her family at all, is that big… Continue reading

New Movie Poster Round-Up

…movie. Love the poster, liked the trailer. Great poster, but the trailer grated on my nerves. A Lot. Part 3’s are usually good, right? Right? Love the poster though. I… Continue reading

What’s New on VOD for the Week Ending 5/8?

All four of this week’s VOD releases look to be worthwhile efforts. We’ve already seen What We Do in the Shadows (and loved it), so I suppose it’s… Continue reading

Magical Girl (2014)

…to pamper his 12-year-old daughter, Alicia, a devoted enthusiast of anime series and Japanese pop songs, with the gift she ever dreamt – a unique dress that costs 7000 Euros…. Continue reading

A Pigeon Sat on a Brach Reflecting on Existence (2014)

Directed by: Roy AnderssonCountry: Sweden Movie Review: From Sweden, comes the last part of Roy Andersson’s trilogy about being a human being, carrying the emphatic title “A Pigeon… Continue reading

Absolute Deception

…Australia’s sun drenched Gold Coast. He teams up with lovely reporter Emmanuelle Vaugier as they investigate the shady dealings of her recently slain husband: a husband she thought had been… Continue reading

Blu-ray Review: StageFright (1987)

…with Italian Horror movies, StageFright gave us another nonsensical, “WTF?” type of ending. Don’t get us wrong; we love those endings, as they are a big part of what gives… Continue reading

#SDCC: Scream Factory Announces 10 New Blu-ray Titles for 2015-2016!

…of Return of the Living Dead is something that we’d love to get our hands on, but the current BD releases of the movie (both U.S. & UK) are already… Continue reading

Amy (2015)

…(eating disorders and bulimia), substances abuse, media invasion, depression, unconditional love, and regret for letting friends behind or sorrow for sometimes having been abandoned by some of them. The narrative… Continue reading