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[DVD Review] This Summer Take a Trip to ‘Monsterland’

Monsterland is easily one of the most fun movies I have seen in a very long time. It’s a collection of short films put together by Dread Central and presented as anthology, sort of. I say sort of because there isn’t anything that ties this short films together really, though there is a pretty good […]

Movie Review of Range 15

When I first talked to Nick Palmiscano about writing a review of this movie, I mentioned to him that I knew I would need to watch it at least twice because I was sure I would miss something. Based on the trailers I had seen, beind the scene stories I had heard and just knowing […]

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A new movie on Ramanujan is coming out; mathematician Peter Woit gives it a very positive review, while film critic Anthony Lane is not so impressed. Both these reactions make sense, I guess (or so I say without having actually seen the movie myself). Show More Summary

Horror Movie Hotties: Kill Theory (2009)

I'm not going to insult you by pretending I've seen KILL THEORY in its entirety, fo I have not. Without a single review to go by on Rotten Tomatoes, this is one slasher flick that may as well just be slashed out of existence....Show More Summary

Game Review: Zombicide

I don’t know if it’s fair to say that I’m obsessed with zombies and the zombie mythology, but I have watched The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, read the book and watched the movie World War Z, and even seen the classics Night of...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Gasland director Josh Fox wants to teach us How To Let Go Of The World

Anyone who’s seen Josh Fox’s Oscar-nominated documentary Gasland and its 2013 sequel will be well prepared for the first 40 minutes of his new film: the awkwardly titled How To Let Go Of The World And Love All The Things Climate Can’t Change. Show More Summary

Movie Review: The Next Cut revives the warm familiarity of Barbershop

The last few years have seen plenty of sequels trailing their predecessors by over a decade. This is undeniably the case with Barbershop: The Next Cut; it’s separated from the second Barbershop by 12 years and from the original film by almost 14. Show More Summary

Other Marvel Characters Will Indeed Appear In Solo ‘Spider-Man’ Movie And Spidey Steals The Show In ‘Captain America: Civil War’

The initial reactions to Captain America: Civil War are now out, and some are saying it is the best comic book movie they’ve ever seen. One noticeable thing in most reviews is that Spider-Man is not only in it a lot more than they expected, but that he steals the show as well. Show More Summary

Review: Hyper Light Drifter

The post-apocalypse is the new WWII -- the overused, thoroughly played-out, exhausted setting that too many games and movies muck around in. We've seen it all: zombies, mutants, raiders, and hell, even dinosaurs. It's hard to make the end of the world interesting again. Show More Summary

“Wild Tales” – A Movie Reviewed

Last Sunday night I watched what turned out to be one of the best movies I’ve seen in a very long time. And I think it’s one which will appeal to the readers of Mysterious Universe. Its title: Wild Tales. It doesn’t have a paranormal theme. There...

‘Hardcore Henry’ is Unlike Anything You’ve Seen Before, For Better and Worse [SXSW Review]

4 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Hardcore Henry is less of a movie and more of a 95-minute assault on good taste, a bloody theme park ride in filmic clothing, and/or the gruesome collision of the video gaming and cinematic languages. It’s a singular experience that’s...Show More Summary

Product design for High Rise, 1970s dystopian movie

4 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

I haven't seen High-Rise yet, but I'm looking forward to it. In this article from Creative Review, Mark Sinclair interviews graphic artists Michael Eaton and Felicity Hickson, who designed the stunning props for the movie. Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise, looks at mid-70s Britain through the prism of an ultra-modern tower block. Show More Summary

“Area 51? – Reviewing The Movie

On Thursday night of last week, I watched a movie I had heard a few interesting things about, but which until then I had not seen. Its title: Area 51. No prizes for guessing the subject-matter. It’s very much a “found-footage” film of the type that has...

Christian Reviewers Enjoy Deadpool but Still Think You Shouldn’t See It

If you enjoy superhero movies, you might have caught a showing of the new Deadpool film this past weekend. Christian movie reviewers certainly did. (If you haven’t seen it yet, no worries -- there are no spoilers ahead that the rating...Show More Summary

Review: Deadpool is a Perfectly Vulgar, Funny Hero Film

Have you seen Deadpool yet? If not, you’re missing out. Of course, this assumes that you’re into superhero movies and are not easily offended. I couldn’t resist buying a ticket over the weekend and it did not disappoint. First, let’s talk … More » The post Review: Deadpool is a Perfectly Vulgar, Funny Hero Film appeared first on EveryJoe.

'Dungelot: Shattered Lands' Review - Chewie, We’re Home

Most people that have seen the new Star Wars movie enjoyed it, but one complaint I’ve seen a lot is that it borrows heavily from the first film, A New Hope. I’ve read that it was intentional, and part of the reason was probably to remind people of how much they loved the original trilogy

Don’t Go Into ‘The Forest’ (MOVIE REVIEW)

It's quite possible we've already seen the worst movie of 2016. The post Don’t Go Into ‘The Forest’ (MOVIE REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.

First 'Batman v Superman' Review: Too Good To Be True?

6 months agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

An anonymous movie critic has reportedly seen 'Dawn of Justice', but did he like it?

“THE HATEFUL EIGHT” (Movie Review)

6 months agoGenres / Horror : Fangoria

In what’s billed on screen as his “8th film,” Quentin Tarantino has offered up a synthesis of his first and most recent features, a gripping, twisty thriller that should be seen in its 70mm “roadshow” version for maximum impact. Not only will you get to see Robert Richardson’s dense, immersive cinematography in the format he […]

‘Star Wars’ Fans Freak Out As Cinema Projector Malfunctions And Spoils The Movie For Them

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is not just breaking box-office records, it’s also raking in overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics and fans alike. That said, it’s safe to assume that a big majority of those who have seen the latest installment of the Star Wars saga have had a positive experience by the time they... Show More Summary

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