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Speaking of Unholy Abominations…

 

Never Go “Full Arthouse”

 

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Theboytrailer Aw, Man

Director William Brent Bell almost certainly envisions The Boy to be the ultimate creepy doll movie, relishing in all of our favorite creepy doll movie moments. I almost enjoyed a few scenes of the creepy doll turning its head slightly, moving around rooms, apparently walking down hallways and the many waist-high POV tracking shots. Almost. For the most part, The Boy is dull PG-13 horror that’s less of an actual...


Fifth wave Wave Goodbye

Shortly after the third wave of alien attacks devastated humanity in The 5th Wave, I started reminiscing about the good old days when evil aliens would simply use powerful spaceships to devastate humanity in one fell swoop. Coordinating a series of global blackouts, targeted tsunamis, massive outbreaks and legions of invading body snatchers, seems like way too much fuss. Despite the rigmarole, as we’re waiting for...


The-big-short-steve-carell-ryan-gosling The Long of It

About a decade ago, a bunch of rich assholes collapsed the world’s economy because they were dumb, evil and greedy. They didn’t go to jail, not because they weren’t icky bad criminals, but because their crimes were boring and hard to understand. You rob a bank with a gun, you go to jail. You rob all the banks in the world with bundled subprime mortgages, the government will cover your IOUs. The Big Short is an...


Nepwvc0fxa8ptq 1 a Speaking of Suicide…

Perhaps the only perk of seeing films in an area where limited-releases usually take weeks, often months, to arrive in theaters is that January (a dumping ground for awful movies) is peppered with films on Oscar shortlists. The Revenant opens in the area this weekend, and The Big Short, Joy and Spotlight are also in town. I haven’t seen some of those films yet but, with the acclaim they’ve been receiving, it’s hard...


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A nonstop mutant fight club with little plot, thin characters and a whole lotta fun!

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