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  • Jean

    JEAN

    JEAN REVIEWED Jean struck me odd when I first watched it last year. Then, it got caught in the never-ending backlog of the site. Now, I check back through my notes and I wonder if I was fully awake while watching the movie. Alzheimer’s ridden old people, plucky teens...
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    Family in Transition

    Family in Transition tackles current transgender issues in a way you don’t see outside of exploitative news magazine pieces. That’s not to call this film exploitative, as it’s far from that. In fact, it makes Israel look super backwards on a lot of these issues. But, I’m not about...
  • Rosemary's Baby continues to haunt at 50 5

    Rosemary’s Baby continues to haunt at 50

    Rosemary’s Baby is our final entry in the horror anniversary series. At one point, it was meant to kick the series off. Yet, I easily get distracted and we’re now more than a week past Halloween. What is there to say about this film? It’s always fun to make...
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    Under The Tree shows how Iceland handles first world drama

    Under The Tree is one of those movies that left me scratching my head. Somehow, Iceland thinks this is a comedy. A film about two neighbors battling it out among suicide, crippled marriages and a missing cat. Sure, if you slap Seth Rogen into the mix…you’re bound for a...
  • Troy Reviews Movies Fast: Animalistic, Inhumanity, Dead Love, Ghost Source Zero 12

    Troy Reviews Movies Fast: Animalistic, Inhumanity, Dead Love, Ghost Source Zero

    ANIMALISTIC REVIEWED Something has stuck with me after finishing Animalistic. Is it really a rape-revenge movie? Some will argue yes, while I walk that What Would Meir Zarchi Do? road. Serving as the directorial debut for the guys that shot Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, I have to appreciate...
  • TROY SPEED REVIEWS MOVIES: It Lives Inside, The Grand Son, Blood Clots and Eullenia 14

    TROY SPEED REVIEWS MOVIES: It Lives Inside, The Grand Son, Blood Clots and Eullenia

    THE MOVIES REVIEWED: It Lives Inside is a horror movie featuring the smoke monster from Lost going all Amityville Horror on new homeowners. One is a sleepwalker and you know that is just going to get used to cause mayhem. Half domestic drama and half mild horror movie, It...
  • AMERICAN GUINEA PIG: SACRIFICE 16

    AMERICAN GUINEA PIG: SACRIFICE

    AMERICAN GUINEA PIG: SACRIFICE REVIEWED “American Guinea Pig: Sacrifice” broke my brain. That’s a good and bad thing. The bad came from being coupled with a tech issue that sidelined my work for most of the week. The good as in it made me take a look at how...
  • BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY: 45th Anniversary Edition 18

    BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY: 45th Anniversary Edition

    BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY TURNS 45 THIS MONTH Bang the Drum Slowly is now available on Digital formats including iTunes! “Bang The Drum Slowly” officially turned 45 on August 26th. While this will be reaching you late, let’s begin by saying something. When I really get obsessed with a...
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    GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ANDRE, THE

    THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ANDRE REVIEWED “The Gospel According to Andre” represents a two-fer that I’ve been waiting to see for awhile. Documentary sensation Kate Novack makes her solo documentary directing debut, while we finally get a feature length look at Andre Leon Talley. Talley is a giant of...

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