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Hotel Artemis— Review

Hotel Artemis is a film with a great premise: An abandoned hotel in the near future that has been revamped into a hospital for criminals. But a great premise can only take you so far. Rather than focus on the one logline, the film sprouts extra threads and can’t decide which story it wants to […]

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Hereditary – Review

Every year there is at least one (sometimes two or three) horror films that completely take the genre by storm and become essential masterpieces; Hereditary is 2018’s. Some of the praise the film’s been getting is high to say the least, but not unwarranted. Debuting at Sundance back in January, the film has been on […]

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Upgrade – Review

Leigh Whannell has been a household name in horror ever since his screenplay for Saw took Sundance, and then the box office, by storm in 2004. Since then, his writing has been a key part of the new dawn of low budget horror flicks that are in turn genuinely scary genre films. His writing credits […]

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Solo: A Star Wars Story— Review

The latest installment in the Star Wars saga is a film made by fans and geared towards an audience of the youngest generation of Star Wars fans. If you are an adolescent who’s hunger for more Star Wars stories only began with the latest trilogy, then you might enjoy this fan-made film of what could […]

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Who’s Watching Oliver – Review

Calling Who’s Watching Oliver a horror film is a stretch. To be more precise, it is a mix of a tragic, romantic black comedy with lots of gratuitous gore. Yes, that sounds about right. Now, imagine watching a mix of genres like the ones just mentioned above. Sounds like a bitter, sour aftertaste, correct? Well, […]

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Deadpool 2 – Review

2016’s Deadpool was a hit, but practically all agree that it’s not without at least a few flaws. Its relentless jokes came so often that the bonafide knee-slappers helped us forget the downright duds. Was its box office success and above-par critical achievement warranted or just a high of being something original in a time […]

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Avengers: Infinity War – Review (Spoilerless)

I was 13 when Ironman debuted, three months removed from my Bar-Mitzvah. My adolescence was partially shaped by the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe); I have spent 19 Thursday nights for the past 10 years in theatres marinating in the familiar smell of popcorn and awaiting what Kevin Fiege (the producer and show-runner for the MCU) […]

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