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Review: Halloween Kills

October 19, 2021

While it has some brutal kills from the OG bogeyman, Michael Myers, and some solid fan service, Halloween Kills mostly feels like wheel-spinning before the actual conclusion of the Michael/Laurie battle in next year’s Halloween Ends.

Review: No Time to Die

October 12, 2021

After 15 years, Daniel Craig’s run as James Bond finally comes to a close with No Time to Die, an almost Avengers: Endgame length send-off that ties up all the loose ends of the Craig era but definitely feels its length at times and some other flaws that keep it from reaching the heights of Casino Royale or Skyfall.

Review: Prisoners of the Ghostland

September 21, 2021

Nicolas Cage is wonderfully over the top in the interesting and weird genre mash-up Prisoners of the Ghostland, where he plays a criminal strapped into a bomb studded leather jumpsuit and sent into the barren “Ghostland” to find a missing girl.

Review: Malignant

September 13, 2021

James Wan returns to horror with the insane roller coaster ride of Malignant, which features gorgeous cinematography on top of an absolutely insane and brutally violent plot with one of the wildest third acts in recent horror memory.

Review: Reminiscence

August 23, 2021

Hugh Jackman stars in the new sci-fi noir from Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy as a man who sells a service that allows people to relive memories but he becomes obsessed with reliving his own memories to try and find the woman he loved after she disappears in Reminiscence.

Review: Free Guy

August 17, 2021

After over a year of delay thanks to the pandemic, Free Guy finally arrived this past weekend in theaters (and only theaters) and it was worth the wait as it’s a surprisingly sweet but still action-packed and funny summer blockbuster.

Review: The Suicide Squad

August 9, 2021

James Gunn crosses the aisle to DC and brings the same sense of humor and heart he brought to Guardians of the Galaxy (and lots of ridiculous violence) for the excellent The Suicide Squad, which fixes everything about the mediocre first Suicide Squad movie by creating a better plot and more interesting and fun characters.