Category: Movie Reviews

‘OUTLAW KING’ Review: “Huge Historical Epic Is Small Victory For Netflix”

Blasting its way into theaters during a slow movie season, the neo-Western brilliance of Hell or High Water took audiences by storm, leaving many wondering what the next film from director David McKenzie would bring. The answer is Outlaw King, a historical epic set in 1300s Scotland. As ambitious a project for distributor Netflix as it is a

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‘VENOM’ Review: “Tom Hardy Single-Handedly Saves This Mess”

The writing was on the wall for Venom before the cameras even started rolling. Producer Avi Arad has made a series of questionable decisions with Sony’s catalog of Marvel characters. After shoving Eddie Brock/Venom into Spider-Man 3 and attempting to build a shared universe with The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Arad decided to combine these two ideas to make a movie

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‘mid90s’ REVIEW: “A Painfully Honest Writing-Directing Debut From Jonah Hill”

Coming-of-age stories are tough. Coming-of-age stories set in another era? Basically impossible. Every once in a while, you get a film like mid90s, one that trades in nostalgia for brutal emotional honesty in a way that feels authentic the pains of growing up. Maybe the missing ingredient was Jonah Hill all along. Making his writing-directing debut,

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‘HELLFEST’ Movie Review – The Revival Of The Slasher Film

We all love haunted houses, Halloween themed theme parks, the scares, the costumes, the gore… All of these things are entrenched throughout CBS Films’ newest slasher film, HellFest. The film brings back the classic slasher elements and pairs it with the jump scare elements of the modern era. This is definitely a film that brings

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