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  • House of Forbidden Secrets 1

    House of Forbidden Secrets

    House of Forbidden Secrets is a film about a good man having a bad day. Watching him work through past traumas while fighting real horror is cool. However, the film’s locations are obvious haunted house type arenas. It works, but also feels a bit hokey to me. Oh well,...
  • Bar Talks 3

    Bar Talks

    Bar Talks is a fascinating look at what goes into the bartending life. Sure, we’re talking about the upscale version of it, but the basics remain. Charles Schumann is a great guide and I feel like I learned a lot by watching him. Still, it feels like a Parts...
  • NICO, 1988 5

    NICO, 1988

    Nico, 1988 manages to find a new way to show us the last year of the singer’s life. If you don’t know Nico, then go YouTube some Velvet Underground songs. She’s not in all of them, just the Warhol era ones. Well, it was a lot of Warhol era....
  • Invisible Essence: The Little Prince 8

    Invisible Essence: The Little Prince

    Invisible Essence takes you through the mystery of The Little Prince. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry isn’t my favorite writer, but I appreciate how World War II impacted him and how he chose to redirect that energy. From there, it’s a ton of talking heads in a documentary that feels like...
  • CinemAbility is here to teach The Art of Inclusion 10

    CinemAbility is here to teach The Art of Inclusion

    CINEMABILITY: THE ART OF INCLUSION REVIEWED “Cinemability: The Art of Inclusion” is a documentary about the art of including the disabled in our cinema. While it’s a lot of talking heads, the amazing direction finds a way to include a differently abled voice in talking about an expanding cinema...
  • KID FURY: THE PHANTOM WITCH 12

    KID FURY: THE PHANTOM WITCH

    KID FURY: THE PHANTOM WITCH REVIEWED Kid Fury: The Phantom Witch proves something to me. Even if the sequel film is only 18 minutes long, it will get caught in the backlog. If you’ve seen the first, it’s more of the same. Stunning fight staging alongside Asian mob drama....
  • PAPER YEAR 14

    PAPER YEAR

    PAPER YEAR REVIEWED “Paper Year” follows a newlywed couple struggling to make their way. It’s typical indie drama fare, but I enjoyed the young actors. I didn’t enjoy them enough to finish my thoughts in 2018. I guess that’s because I didn’t have many to share. Sometimes, it happens....
  • BOOM FOR REAL (2017) 16

    BOOM FOR REAL (2017)

    BOOM FOR REAL REVIEWED “Boom for Real” tells the story of young Basquiat. If you haven’t seen the biopic or anything about the artist, then this won’t be for you. However, I enjoy the hell out of anything made about the art scene of the early 1980s. Does it...
  • MY PET DINOSAUR 18

    MY PET DINOSAUR

    MY PET DINOSAUR REVIEWED “My Pet Dinosaur” answers the question I have of what happens when you give a small child as a present to a dinosaur. It might have been the other way around, I couldn’t tell. The kid wouldn’t stop bitching throughout the first 20 minutes and...

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    Iceman (2019) [Review]

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