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Reviews of the most recent blockbusters (and maybe the occasional TV show)

Review: Hardcore Henry

Putting you inside the head of a cybernetic super soldier, Hardcore Henry finds the titular character trying to rescue his wife from a psychic (and psychotic) warlord trying to raise an army of cyborgs like Henry.
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Review: The Phoenix Incident

One of the most infamous UFO sightings in history gets a found footage/faux documentary spin in The Phoenix Incident, starring Troy Baker, Yuri Lowenthal, Travis Willingham and Liam O’Brien.
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Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane

The “spiritual successor” to Cloverfield is here and while it doesn’t have giant kiaju or found footage chaos, it is an excellently acted, incredibly tense thriller that pulls it’s inspiration from The Twilight Zone or The Outer Limits.
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Review: Weaponized

Despite the presence of two potentially scenery devouring co-stars, a giant robot and nanobots, Weaponized is a pretty standard thriller that recently came out on DVD and Blu-Ray.
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Review: London Has Fallen

The sequel to one of our favorite action flicks of the last few years, London Has Fallen isn’t taking itself too seriously. And that’s fine with us.
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Review: The Witch

If you’re looking for an atmospheric, slow burn horror movie, The Witch is definitely one to check out as a family in the 1630s slow falls apart as a series of tragic events starts to occur around them.
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Review: Deadpool

The Merc with a Mouth finally gets his due on the big screen as Ryan Reynolds puts on the red spandex to play Wade Wilson/Deadpool, out for revenge against the people who turned him into a deformed but invincible mutant.
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Review: The Revenant

Leonardo DiCaprio plays Hugh Glass, a guide and hunter in the 1820’s who is attacked by a bear and left for dead by a treacherous comrade (Tom Hardy) and struggles to fight his way across the brutal landscape to reach civilization and get revenge.
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Review: Point Break (2015)

Joining the long list of unnecessary remakes, the new Point Break lacks any of the charm or fun of the original as Bodhi (Edgar Ramirez) and his team of pseudo-environmental bros try to achieve the legendary “Ozaki 8” series of extreme stunts that results in them pulling heists, which brings them to the attention of FBI agent, Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey)
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