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Maze-runner Crank It Up

There are three perfect scenes in Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials. Not “good” scenes. Not “great” scenes. Three perfect scenes. Now, as a whole, The Scorch Trials is not a perfect movie. Nor is it a great one. But it is very good, and most of that has to do with director Wes Ball who wrangled derivative, cliched content into a thrilling, emotionally captivating adventure-gasm.

If you haven’t seen or read the first...


Lookofsilence Indonesia Amnesia

As soon as I finished The Act of Killing, director Joshua Oppenheimer’s stunning documentary about an Indonesian genocide, I had but one thought: Sequel! I mean, the franchise possibilities for a soul-crushing look into the horrors of which humanity is capable is just through the roof, am I right?! Admittedly, news that Oppenheimer would be releasing a follow-up covering the same content, The Look of Silence, was...


The visit The M Stands for Middling

For the first time in over a decade, director M. Night Shyamalan has made a film that won’t end up on many “worst of the year” lists come late-December…but will probably be forgotten by early next week. The Visit is a horror film presented in the cheap “found footage” style that dominated the genre just a few years ago before disappearing overnight, with the exception of a couple low-key franchises. After the string...


Stanford1 Trial and Terror

You only hear about a psychological experiment if it goes really, really well or really, really bad. Guess how a simulation of prison using 20-something college students as both guards and inmates went? Writer Tim Talbott’s script strays little from a grand recreation of actual events, never coloring in context for key players or investigating what mental maladies may have been at work within the participants....


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