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Organized Crime Gets Bumped Off as Harlem’s Godfather Hits the Streets

Per Matt Organized crime. Gangsters. The Mafia. Crime lords. The kingpin. A mob boss. Hitmen. A made man. Wise guys. Every element depicting the true-crime aspect of America’s (and Italy’s) not-long-ago past always intrigues me, so I was very curious… Continue Reading →

Booksmart is This Generations’ “Coming of Age” Film

Coming of age films are a mainstay in Hollywood. Every single generation has their own take on it. Back in the ’90s, when I was a high-school kid, the movie was either Clueless, Dazed and Confused, She’s All That or American… Continue Reading →

Netflix’s Bright Combines Bad Boys and The Lord of the Rings

Bright is a new cop drama film from Netflix. But unlike any of the other cop dramas that saturate the streaming media service, this one brings in the “what if” mentality. What if the world as we know it was… Continue Reading →

Halloween Must See: The Cabin in the Woods

The Cabin in the Woods, directed by Drew Goddard, may be one of the most important horror films ever made. I know, this is a grandiose claim, especially for a movie that some people wouldn’t even consider horror, but hear… Continue Reading →

What We Learned From Season 1 of Preacher

Everyone’s got their own demons to hide… figuratively, as well as literally, in the small town of Annville, Texas. Preacher, the quirky supernatural drama, fantasy, horror and action TV series based on the Vertigo comic books, published by DC comics and airing… Continue Reading →

Zombie With a Shotgun: A Kickstarter With a Unique Hook

Many Zombie films share the same tropes, where the remaining humans fight to survive against the hordes of the undead and, at times, themselves. Zombie with a Shotgun takes an interesting approach, putting the Zombie as the protagonist, fighting against… Continue Reading →

Helter Skelter Meets Honky Holocaust

A few weeks ago, I was given a screener for one of Troma films’ newest acquired flicks: Honky Holocaust. Jumping at the opportunity to review anything from the Kaufman group, I couldn’t wait to find time to screen what would… Continue Reading →

The Intern

Per Matt What happens when two Oscar-winning actors join forces to star in a workplace comedy?

The Zombie: Simon Garth

Regarding movies, I’m absolutely not a fan of reboots. But when it comes to comic book reboots…

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