Movies

REVIEW: Dragged Across Concrete (2018)

REVIEW: Dragged Across Concrete (2018)

Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn are chalk and cheese cops in the new thriller from the director of Bone Tomahawk. Cal gives it a look. 

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PODCAST: What Genre Is It Anyway? #1: Aliens (1986)

PODCAST: What Genre Is It Anyway? #1: Aliens (1986)

Our new podcast begins! Ashley Knowles joins Dave James for a tour through the best genres in cinema, one season and one genre at a time. For the sci-fi maiden voyage, they revisit the Special Edition of James Cameron’s Aliens. 

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REVIEW: The Mule (2018)

REVIEW: The Mule (2018)

Cal checks out the latest – possibly last – starring vehicle for Clint Eastwood. 

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SEQUELISED: The Predator (2018)

SEQUELISED: The Predator (2018)

Cal tells us why Shane Black’s sequel is one ugly mother. 

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VIDEO: Sympathy for the Devil: Revisiting Psycho II – FEATURING TOM HOLLAND

VIDEO: Sympathy for the Devil: Revisiting Psycho II – FEATURING TOM HOLLAND

Dylan Spicer revisits the 1983 sequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece, with a little help from screenwriter Tom Holland (Fright Night, Child’s Play).

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REVIEW: Mandy (2018)

REVIEW: Mandy (2018)

The Cage is opened in one of the year’s most lauded indie efforts. Dylan is here to give it a look.

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VIDEO: Dylan’s Wasted Life: “Jurassic Park is Better Than Jaws”

VIDEO: Dylan’s Wasted Life: “Jurassic Park is Better Than Jaws”

In the first of a new video series on “controversial” film topics, Dylan Spicer dares to suggest that Jurassic Park is better… than Jaws! Heresy!

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The Night He Came Back – Revisiting Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later

The Night He Came Back – Revisiting Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later

Twenty years ago, Laurie Strode faced Michael Myers for the “final” time. We take another look at Steve Miner’s supposed series closer. 

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VIDEO: Rambo Revisited

VIDEO: Rambo Revisited

Rod Petrie picks up a bow ‘n arrow and straps on a bandanna to revisit Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo series. 

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It Was a Monster Mash: Revisiting Pacific Rim

It Was a Monster Mash: Revisiting Pacific Rim

Guillermo Del Toro channels his inner Harryhausen with this Kaiju blockbuster, but did it deserve to become a franchise? Oscar gives it another look. 

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