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  • OKLAHOMA (1999): SHOUT BROADWAY 1

    OKLAHOMA (1999): SHOUT BROADWAY

    OKLAHOMA (1999) REVIEWED Is it weird to say that I prefer this version of “Oklahoma” to the classic version? I used to think it’s weird, but Jackman has been winning me over. While the presentation is 3 hours long and previously reviewed on this site…it works. How many times...
  • BLACKCOAT'S DAUGHTER, THE 3

    BLACKCOAT’S DAUGHTER, THE

    THE BLACKCOAT’S DAUGHTER REVIEWED “The Blackcoat’s Daughter” is a three perspective look into a haunting visit at a Boarding School. Well, it might seem three, but it’s more like two. Hell, you can go even further and say it’s just one person showing us a tale out of sync....
  • STARLIGHT 5

    STARLIGHT

    STARLIGHT REVIEWED “Starlight” is so French that it hurts. Sure, it’s really just a soap opera set in a French abstract morality play. But, it also has Iggy Pop playing the living conscience of a clown. The clown is the dude from Holy Motors. So, all of the arthouse...
  • BEN 7

    BEN

    BEN REVIEWED “Ben” finally gets an HD bow due to Scream Factory working miracles. The original negative for the film is gone, so the transfer on this Blu-ray is sourced from the best archival print. While not ideal, it’s still a solid effort to save a quality piece of...
  • BRAIN DAMAGE 9

    BRAIN DAMAGE

    BRAIN DAMAGE REVIEWED “Brain Damage” is part of the reason that I love Frank Henenlotter. Many don’t dig on the guy because he loves the gore and tends to skew to the seedier side of horror. But, I find that he gets what makes a scare work. Gore is...
  • STREET CAT NAMED BOB, A 11

    STREET CAT NAMED BOB, A

    A STREET CAT NAMED BOB REVIEWED “A Street Cat Named Bob” is a heart warming film about the power that cats hold over our lives. Well, this time it’s a street cat saving a heroin addict from his addictive past. They meet a woman, the cat goes to the...
  • AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE, THE 13

    AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE, THE

    THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE REVIEWED “The Autopsy of Jane Doe” is part of why I love about IFC Midnight. These releases are allowing cerebral horror to get a venue on home video. I saw TV spots and even a trailer for the film in my market. The kicker...
  • XXX: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE 15

    XXX: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE

    XXX: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE REVIEWED “XXX: Return of Xander Cage” shouldn’t have been a surprise. While it’s been a bit since the franchised dominated screens, the kind of audience it attracts never went away. So, when it had the chance at easy pickings during January…why wouldn’t it blow...
  • LOVED ONE, THE 17

    LOVED ONE, THE

    THE LOVED ONE REVIEWED “The Loved One” is a satire that’s loaded with so many stars. But, what about the movie? Robert Morse (the future Bert Cooper) comes to America in stunning “Lord Love A Duck” vision to deal with his Uncle. This brings him into a fight with...

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