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Spiral: From The Book of Saw Theatrical Review
Spiral: From The Book of Saw   Spiral: From The Book of Saw Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  13/05/2021 20:41 EDT
There are various subgenres under the movie category horror.  Some are blood and gore and carnage, some are psychological thrillers, and some are both.  Back in 2004, the world got a glimpse of the latter when Saw became an international hit. Over the next thirteen years, seven more films were released to varying degrees of success. ... Read More

Profile Theatrical Review
Profile   Profile Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  13/05/2021 19:20 EDT
Social Media has opened up a whole new world full of ideas and ideals to individuals of all ages.  It can also be a scary place where despicable individuals lurk to prey on innocent and/or naïve people, many of whom are impressionable young women.  These predators try everything from indecent exposure online to meeting up with these ... Read More

Army of The Dead Theatrical Review
Army of The Dead   Army of The Dead Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  13/05/2021 08:42 EDT
What would happen if you took Ocean's Eleven and threw in a Zombie apocalypse?  I'm guessing it would look something like Army of the Dead – not to be confused with the 2008 movie of the same name.  The components are all there…a flashy casino, a vault full of money, and a TON of zombies.  However, these aren't just any ... Read More

Wrath of Man Theatrical Review
Wrath of Man   Wrath of Man Theatrical Review
(Alyn Darnay)  07/05/2021 08:30 EDT
I've missed the unique street gangster films Director Guy Ritchie makes. He has a style of creating this type of film that just stands as a category all its own. Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) and Snatch (2000) are my two favorites. So I was anxiously awaiting the arrival of "Wrath Of Man" right after I heard he was makin... Read More

Wrath of Man Theatrical Review
Wrath of Man   Wrath of Man Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  06/05/2021 19:07 EDT
If hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, what must wrath of man look like?  If you ask Guy Ritchie (Sherlock Holmes), it looks a lot like a very angry Jason Statham (The Transporter Series).  Well… let's face it, how often do we see Statham happy in a movie?  It is a rare occasion indeed and in MGM Pictures Wrath of Man,... Read More

Limbo Theatrical Review
Limbo   Limbo Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  29/04/2021 15:48 EDT
We have all heard the expression, "being in limbo" and I'm sure many of us have experienced the unpleasant sensation ourselves on at least one occasion.  But what does it actually mean?  Well, if one was to look up the definition of the word limbo, they would find the following: an uncertain period of awaiting a decision or reso... Read More

Mortal Kombat Theatrical Review
Mortal Kombat   Mortal Kombat Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  23/04/2021 07:27 EDT
It has been almost thirty years since Midway Games introduced Mortal Kombat to the world of video games, first as an arcade game, then as a personal home video game (currently on its 11th version), and eventually branching out to comic books, animated shows, and live-action feature films.  The first feature film, premiering in 1995, is not onl... Read More

Voyagers Theatrical Review
Voyagers   Voyagers Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  08/04/2021 18:30 EDT
If one wanted to try and modernize a classic novel that has been read and dissected by high school English classes all over the country, what book should it be and how would one go about updating it for movie theater audiences? Enter Voyagers…essentially, Lord of the Flies in space, with teens of both sexes sailing along through the darkness... Read More

Godzilla vs Kong Theatrical Review
Godzilla vs Kong   Godzilla vs Kong Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  29/03/2021 12:00 EDT
It is the age-old battle… predator vs. prey, man vs. beast, lizard vs. ape, or more precisely Godzilla vs. Kong.  In the world of filmdom, the latter predates the former by twenty-one years.  However, the debate as to which creature would win in a fight has raged on three times along.  Of course, this month's feature film ... Read More

Nobody Theatrical Review
Nobody   Nobody Theatrical Review
(Alyn Darnay)  25/03/2021 16:24 EDT
This film is like turning over a rock, you never know what's underneath until it's seen. That's the great joy in this film; only you can probably guess what's coming from the first scene when a battered Bob Odenkirk is sitting in an interrogation room feeding a stray cat. It's a beautifully constructed sequence that leaves the possibilities wide op... Read More

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