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There’s someone inside your house movie review

Halloween is a great time of year for horror fans; this is the time of year we can watch horror movies every day with friends, instead of every day alone. This year, I had limited time so I spent it with the objectively best movie ever made (Jason X), Ari Aster’s Hereditary, and – just […]

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Dune movie review

There are few projects that will draw attention to themselves just by a title and a film adaptation of Dune is one of them; whether it’s the “cursed” status it has from Jodorowsky and Lynch’s previous attempts or just the sheer ambition required to translate the novel to the film medium, making a Dune movie […]

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Halloween Kills movie review

Halloween (2018) is a pretty good movie; it finds a new angle for a tired franchise dealing with Laurie’s PTSD from the events of the original movie and it made Michael Myers scary again. So, how does the same team make one of the most hated sequels in the history of a franchise that has […]

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No time to die movie review

As far as legacies go, Daniel Craig’s will be fondly remembered by fans, regardless of how his last movie would turn out; after all, Casino Royale (2006) and Skyfall are two of the best Bond movies and two modern classics. Having rewatched all of Craig’s Bond movies, however, I was reminded that he also starred […]

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The Green Knight movie review

The Green Knight is a medieval-fantasy drama written, directed, produced, and edited by David Lowery who, unlike his fictional brother Mike Lowrey, does not spent his nights driving fast cars and walking slowly away from explosions; instead, he spends his nights (presumably) reading old English poems about legends and coming up with weird, poignant, and […]

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Malignant movie review

Love it or hate it, Malignant is going to be one of the most talked about movies of the year; whether you went to the register asking for your money back or for more popcorn because you threw yours in the air from joy, James Wan has delivered an experience that is going to standout […]

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Candyman (2021) review

Candyman is directed and co-written by Nia DaCosta (alongside executive producer and co-writer Jordan Peele) and is a re-imagining of the 1992 classic of the same name; it stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Teyonah Parris as a couple who delve deeper into the Candyman legend. Anthony (Yahya’s character) is an artist stuck in a rut, […]

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Blockbuster Duos: Reviews of Free Guy and Suicide Squad (2021)

My relationship with blockbuster movies has been pretty mixed, for the most part; while I enjoy a dumb, action movie from time to time, I also understand the difficulty of what it takes to craft something as gigantic as a blockbuster project. However, I simply absorb the experience presented to me and blockbusters usually feel […]

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The 1 to 5 on movies: The Swarm

Lowcost horror This format is a shorter, more to the point, off-shot of the normal review/op-eds I normally do. A ranking will be given at the end from a scale that starts at (from the lowest to the highest): Bad – meh – fine – good – great. Anything not appropriate for these “scores” will […]

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Godzilla Vs Kong review

I was really looking forward to this movie. Kong: Skull Island and Godzilla: King of monsters were two of the dumbest and most entertaining movies of their respective years, and I was ready for Godzilla Vs Kong to follow in those footsteps. It is a really dumb and very fun movie, but compared to the […]