The Terror Just Off US:1: Christopher Garetano Explores the Evil Within

The Terror Just Off US:1 from Christopher Garetano is a short horror film that harkens back to the early works of George A. Romero.

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We Need to Talk about The Sandlot

The Sandlot is much more than a sports movie. It’s about warm childhood memories and the friendships we forge that last a lifetime.

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Deathgasm: When Being the Weird Kid Goes Metal!!

Deathgasm is a fusion of Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead and a black metal concert, a hilariously gooey, gory, cheesy spatter movie masterpiece.

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Titane: Blood, Oil and Tears

Titane is a combination of David Cronenberg's Crash and Videodrome with an unexpected intense analysis of human relationships.

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The Key to Understanding Repo Man Is Miller

Alex Cox's Repo Man is a post punk treatise on consumer culture and hypocritical televangelists or is it about the meaning of life?

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Freeway 2 and the Art of Nasty

Jonathan Weidler reviews Matthew Bright's "nasty" classic, Freeway 2: Confessions of a Trickbaby.

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Lady Snowblood: A Role Model for Female Empowerment Films

Adam Forsgren gives us reasons why Toshiya Fujita's 1973 film, Lady Snowblood is the ultimate in female empowerment cinema. Take note, Hollywood!

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Clarence Boddicker: Action Cinema’s Great Underappreciated Bad Guy

Adam Forsgren builds a case for why RoboCop's Clarence Boddicker is one of filmdom's best villains.

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Shoot 'Em Up: A Tale of Two Fathers

Is it possible for a hardcore action film like Shoot 'Em Up to tackle the subject of fatherhood? The answer is “Yes!”

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Forgiveness Review: Alex Kahuam's Soul Rattling Experience

Alex Kahuam's latest horror film, Forgiveness is an unforgettable experience that creates a palpable atmosphere of uncertainty and danger.

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Kicking in the Door: The Most Memorable Jason Statham Action Scene

What film has the most memorable action scene in Jason Statham's entire career? The Transporter, of course!

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Bloody Poetry: How John Wick Resurrected the Action Movie Genre

John Wick resurrects the bloody poetry of 80s and 90s action films for fans who are craving the bygone days of Stallone and Schwarzenegger.

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