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STEVE JOBS Movie Review – A Lighter Version of ‘The Social Network’

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STEVE JOBS delivers on almost every front, but can’t escape the shadow of ‘The Social Network’.

THE LAST WITCH HUNTER Movie Review – The First Shall Be Last

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THE LAST WITCH HUNTER: Does little with its few good ideas and everything with its derivative, unoriginal ones.

PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE GHOST DIMENSION Movie Review – The Sixth Time Isn’t the Charm

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PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE GHOST DIMENSION: One last, desperate attempt to separate unsuspecting moviegoers from their wallets.

GOOSEBUMPS Movie Review – A Horror-Themed Jumanji That Everyone Could Enjoy

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My Rating: If you’re a full grown adult somewhere between your late twenties and early thirties, chances are seeing that iconic Goosebumps font anywhere conjures up fond and…

CRIMSON PEAK is Standard Guillermo del Toro Fare – Movie Review

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CRIMSON PEAK’s plot fails to match up to Guillermo del Toro’s stunning visuals in this gothic romance.

BRIDGE OF SPIES Movie Review – A Mostly Successful Historical Thriller

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BRIDGE OF SPIES: Beautifully shot, expertly acted, and slyly written (at times)—a worthy film and a must see for history buffs.

PAN Movie Review – The Boy Who Would Be …

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PAN: Offers absolutely nothing new, relying heavily on the tired, tiresome “Hero’s Journey” moviegoers have experienced countless times.

Living Deliciously: Fantastic Fest 2015 Wrap Up

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With much sadness, another Fantastic Fest has come and gone, leaving damaged livers, and lots of movies in its wake. It was a strong year full of thrilling…

VICTORIA Movie Review – An Emotional Rollercoaster, All In One Take

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My Rating: The movie Victoria opens with images of a dark club, people dancing, and the pulse of a strobe light.  Out of the mass of people the…

THE WITCH Fantastic Fest Movie Review

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My Rating: In this modern world of storytelling and the epic nature that it often seems to require, the idea that a simple folk tale would come and…

HIGH-RISE Fantastic Fest Movie Review

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High-Rise. Director: Ben Wheatley Writer: Amy Jump, based on the novel by J.G. Ballard Actors: Tom Hiddleston, Luke Evans, Elizabeth Moss, Sienna Miller, Jeremy Irons. Ben Wheatley is one…

THE DEVIL’S CANDY Fantastic Fest Movie Review

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The Devil’s Candy. Director and Writer: Sean Byrne. Actors: Ethan Embry, Shiri Appleby, and Kiara Glasco. The Loved Ones was one of the most famously hard to find movies…

BONE TOMAHAWK Fantastic Fest Movie Review

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Bone Tomahawk. Director and Writer: S. Craig Zahler. Actors: Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, Lili Simmons and Richard Jenkins. Bone Tomahawk shows why we need more movies…

ASSASSINATION CLASSROOM Fantastic Fest Movie Review

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Assassination Classroom. Director: Eiichiro Hasumi. Writer: Tatsuya Kanazawa, based on the manga by Yusei Matsui. Actors: Ryosuke Yamada, Masaki Suda, and Ninoyima Kazunari.   Sometimes you hear of a…

THE MARTIAN Movie Review – Saving Private Damon All Over Again

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THE MARTIAN: A taut, tense thriller with practically everything moviegoers could possibly want from a 21st century “Robinson Crusoe on Mars.”

SICARIO is Dark, Bleak and Fantastic – Movie Review

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SICARIO is one of the year’s grittiest — and best — films.