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    SKYSCRAPER ESCAPE

    SKYSCRAPER ESCAPE REVIEWED “Skyscraper Escape” confused me. It was called Crystal something, now it’s Inferno: Skyscraper Escape. Then, everything else I saw said Skyscraper Escape. Hell, I’m just going with the most logical title. If you haven’t pieced it together yet, it’s Claire Forlani headling yet another Towering Inferno...
  • A.I. TALES 3

    A.I. TALES

    A.I. TALES REVIEWED “A.I. Tales” is a Sci-Fi anthology that showcases four Black Mirror style tales. Eric Roberts and Pom Klementieff show up in smaller supporting roles, as individuals either using tech or being victimized by it. The human drama angle is played up for tales about people sacrificing...
  • DEAD HOUSE 5

    DEAD HOUSE

    DEAD HOUSE REVIEWED “Dead House” is like Funny Games, but with zombies. If you never saw Funny Games, well it’s a home invasion movie. So, imagine an Italian shot home invasion movie about people trying to fight off zombies. Sometimes, these films explain themselves away. I like the effort...
  • MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT 7

    MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT

    MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT REVIEWED “Minutes to Midnight” is the latest horror romp from Uncork’d. A ton of young people have gone missing and B-list actors from the 1980s have to find them. While I enjoy any horror movie that gives Bill Moseley a chance to shine, there’s not a...
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    CHINA HUSTLE, THE

    THE CHINA HUSTLE REVIEWED “The China Hustle” is a documentary that is deep in my wheelhouse. Director Jed Rothstein does his best Errol Morris, as he leans back and lets interviews the biggest American stock market players and experts. Specifically, he’s targeting the people who have covered the system...
  • OUIJA SEANCE: THE FINAL GAME 11

    OUIJA SEANCE: THE FINAL GAME

    OUIJA SEANCE: THE FINAL GAME REVIEWED “Ouija Seance: The Final Game” is about going to Italy and discovering your family roots. Much like the Olive Garden, the supernatural comes into play and will ruin your night long after you start playing. A group of friends want to support our...
  • MAD GENIUS 13

    MAD GENIUS

    MAD GENIUS REVIEWED “Mad Genius” is about the struggle to figure out who we are. The film follows a hacker working through various personas and adversaries to see if he can hack the human mind. The goal is to see if humanity can be retrained and to remove the...
  • GENETICALLY MODIFIED CHILDREN 15

    GENETICALLY MODIFIED CHILDREN

    GENETICALLY MODIFIED CHILDREN REVIEWED “Genetically Modified Children” is yet another documentary that I catch hell from readers for covering. While I’m open to anything that gets submitted, I do cover these materials in a fair manner. Naturally, I feel that the documentary had a point. It’s just that point...
  • WHO'S WATCHING OLIVER 17

    WHO’S WATCHING OLIVER

    WHO’S WATCHING OLIVER REVIEWED “Who’s Watching Oliver” is very familiar. How many times do we need a tale about an average white guy slowly losing his grip on reality? Living a life of communicating with his mother via laptop, our Oliver makes his way deeper into the real world....

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