Movie Reviews

The Blues Brothers (1980)

Unbelievably, one of my favorite childhood films turned 40 this year. I grew up watching The Blues Brothers and it’s remained one of my favorite comfort movies to watch (the kind that I’ve seen so many times I can quote most of it). Not too long ago I rewatched the film for the first time […]

My Thoughts on: The Blues Brothers (1980)
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Movie Reviews

The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)

Continuing the Frankenstein marathon, I promptly moved on to the fourth film in the series, The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942), a decent enough film, though it’s more than obvious that the story is starting to go off the rails just slightly. This is not only the first Frankenstein film without Boris Karloff involved in any […]

My Thoughts on: The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)
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Movie Reviews

RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (1981)

CLASSIC MOVIE SCENES #14 – RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (1981) – GUN VERSUS SWORD! Directed by: Steven Spielberg Produced by: Frank Marshall Screenplay by: Lawrence Kasdan Story by: George Lucas, Philip Kaufman Cast: Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, Paul Freeman, Ronald Lacey, John Rhys-Davies, Denholm Elliott etc. Music by: John Williams Cinematography: Douglas Slocombe *** […]

CLASSIC MOVIE SCENES #14 – RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (1981) – GUN VERSUS SWORD!
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Movie Reviews

What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie?

It’s an interesting question. As I’m sure you’re all aware, I love a good movie. I love a bad movie. And I love movies of all genres. With it being October and Halloween being just over a week away, I thought it would be interesting to figure out what my favorite horror movies are. I […]

What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie?
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Apple TV

John Turturro ‘s New TV Project Announced!

John Turturro goes to Apple for his new project! The actor, who will star in Matt Reeves’ movie “The Batman,” has joined the cast of Apple‘s upcoming drama series “Severance“. The previously announced actors joined Adam Scott and Patricia Arquette. “Severance” is defined as a workplace drama about the Lumen Industries Company that wants to […]

John Turturro ‘s New TV Project Announced!
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Movie Reviews

Sweet Taste of Souls

Sweet Taste of Souls is about a group of friends who are on the way to perform a gig in their band when they come across a pie shop that is much stranger than it seems. On the way to the gig, one of the band members gets hungry and wants to stop in a small secluded town in the woods. Probably not the best idea but who would know that right?

Sweet Taste of Souls – #MovieReview
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Documentary

The Porter: The Untold Story at Everest

A young privileged American attempts to make history at Everest by becoming a Himalaya Porter. But in his journey to succeed, experiences a harrowing reality instead. This is an inside look at the darker side of Everest. At the strength, pride and pain of those whose support it. And at just how hard it is […]

The Porter: The Untold Story at Everest (#Documentary 2020)
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Movie Reviews

Busanhaeng / Train to Busan (2016)

Busanhaeng ( Train to Busan) tension stuck in Train. Seok-Woo, who works as an investment manager and is very fond of his job, lives with his daughter and mother, far from his divorced wife. Realizing that he doesn’t have enough time for his family, Seok plans a train ride for his daughter. They set off […]

Busanhaeng / Train to Busan (2016)
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Popcorn Time

True Detective – Season 1 (2014)

The thing about True Detective is that it doesn’t just explore the darkness of serial killers. It explores the darkness of every character in the show. And though season 3 of the anthology was solid, season 1 is the best. It’s not even close. These warped, twisted, stunning eight episodes changed my opinion on Matthew […]

True Detective – Season 1 (2014)
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Movie Reviews

The Babadook – 2014

An insecure single mother and her erratic son read a random bedtime story for children and quickly find out the book has invited a third presence in their dark, lonely home. Claustrophobic, remorseless, and brutal even to the innocent, Australian Director Jennifer Kent’s expressionistic creation doesn’t let up. All places of comfort – a mother’s […]

Reely Bernie Horror Fest: The Babadook – 2014
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Movie Reviews

Night of the Living Dead, The Amusement Park, The Crazies, Day of the Dead

4 Shots From 4 Films is just what it says it is, 4 shots from 4 of our favorite films. As opposed to the reviews and recaps that we usually post, 4 Shots From 4 Films lets the visuals do the talking. This October, we’ve been using 4 Shots from 4 Films to pay tribute […]

4 Shots From 4 George Romero Films: Night of the Living Dead, The Amusement Park, The Crazies, Day of the Dead
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Movie Reviews

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) ★★★★ / ★★★★ Remove the gruesome, in-your-face murders and mutilations and notice that “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” remains to be a thoroughly effective horror film. Inferior slasher films forget that violence does not define horror even though it is or can be a part of it. Director Tobe […]

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
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Movie Reviews

Dracula Part 2 (Netflix), Review by Case Wright

Happy Horrorthon! Dracula is saaaaaaailing, sailing takes me away to where I’ve always heard it could be and he’s eating every one the boaaaat. This episode was almost a bottle episode. Dracula REALLY wants to go to England. I love meat pies too; I can relate! Drac spends the episode eating …. EVERYONE!!! Dracula, Food […]

Dracula Part 2 (Netflix), Review by Case Wright
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Movie Reviews

Avrupa’nın En İyi Yerlerinde Çekilmiş Olan 16 Film:

Pandemi günlerinde yolculuğa çıkmayı ve başka ülkelere gitmeyi özlüyoruz… Çoğumuzun seyahat planlarını süresiz olarak ertelediği şu dönemde güzel şehirleri görmenin yollarından biri hiç kuşkusuz film seyretmek… İşte Avrupa’nın en güzel şehirlerinde geçen 16 film! http://www.m.haberturk.com AMSTERDAM Aynı Yıldızın Altında (2014)(The Fault in Our Stars) Sürekli bir oksijen tüpüyle dolaşmak zorunda olan, çocukluğundan beri kanserle mücadele […]

Avrupa’nın En İyi Yerlerinde Çekilmiş Olan 16 Film:
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Movie Reviews

You’ve Laughed at ‘Borat,’ Now Watch These Five Films from Kazakhstan

Sacha Baron Cohen’s outrageous 2006 comedy “Borat,” about a fictional Kazakhstani reporter traveling through United States, put the Central Asian nation in the consciousness of most Americans for the first time. Back then, Kazakhstan’s government had an understandable reaction to the comedian’s crude and stereotypical portrayal of the ex-Soviet republic. Now, 16 years later, with…

You’ve Laughed at ‘Borat,’ Now Watch These Five Films from Kazakhstan
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Festivals&Academy

Ammonite Review (BFI London Film Festival 2020)

It’s in a wind-battered 1840s Lyme Regis that we meet Kate Winslet’s Mary Anning. She plies her trade as a palaeontologist, recovering fossils on the shore of the Jurassic Coast, finding solace in her craft. Yet it’s a life of repression that she lives, from her ailing mother who watches her every move, and from […]

Ammonite Review (BFI London Film Festival 2020)
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