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REVIEW: Man vs. Snake: The Long and Twisted Tale of Nibbler

We’ve seen all of these movies before, right? The prodigy coming out of nowhere to become the champion. The hometown hero challenged by the foreign invader. The scandal that threatens an empire. The old gunslinger hitching on the holsters one more time to show he’s the best shot in the land. Incredibly, Man vs. Snake is all of these movies in one. Continue reading “REVIEW: Man vs. Snake: The Long and Twisted Tale of Nibbler”

REVIEW: I Am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House

I am the boring horror movie that lives on Netflix. Continue reading “REVIEW: I Am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House”

REVIEW: Amanda Knox

Everything that made the Amanda Knox case a fascinating media phenomenon also makes it a fascinating documentary. Continue reading “REVIEW: Amanda Knox”

REVIEW: Mascots

Three cheers for Christopher Guest returning with his first movie in 10 years. Continue reading “REVIEW: Mascots”

REVIEW: Zootopia

This very funny, action-packed buddy cop comedy also happens to be animated. And it’s one of the best movies of the year. Continue reading “REVIEW: Zootopia”

REVIEW: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

Despite enjoying the first Neighbors far more than I expected, I found myself entering the sequel with fairly low expectations. How good can a comedy sequel be, right? Continue reading “REVIEW: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising”

REVIEW: A Million Ways to Die in the West

With a few good laughs, a few groaners and too many poop jokes, A Million Ways to Die in the West is a passably funny movie that suffers from the fact it was created by a comedic genius.  Continue reading “REVIEW: A Million Ways to Die in the West”

REVIEWS: The Witch

The Witch is terrifying. Continue reading “REVIEWS: The Witch”

REVIEW: The Darkness

There are two kinds of horror movies. There are those that create a legitimate sense of fear that you experience vicariously through convincing characters. And then there are those that rely on cheap tricks and loud noises. This second kind of horror movie may startle you in the moment, but it doesn’t scare you, and The Darkness is one of those.  Continue reading “REVIEW: The Darkness”

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