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BORN TO BE BLUE

BORN TO BE BLUE REVIEWED “Born to Be Blue” has to be the first biopic about Chet Baker. Baker doesn’t get the

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BLOOD AND BLACK LACE

BLOOD AND BLACK LACE REVIEWED “Blood and Black Lace” is a beautiful horror movie that helped to establish the Giallo subgenre. Is it perfect? No. But, it’s one of the most beautiful films ever made. Mario Bava holds a special

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BORN TO BE BLUE

BORN TO BE BLUE REVIEWED “Born to Be Blue” has to be the first biopic about Chet Baker. Baker doesn’t get the fan fervor from younger Jazz fans like he got a

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BLOOD AND BLACK LACE

BLOOD AND BLACK LACE REVIEWED “Blood and Black Lace” is a beautiful horror movie that helped to establish the Giallo subgenre. Is it perfect? No. But, it’s one of the most beautiful

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BAD MOON

BAD MOON REVIEWED “Bad Moon” is a mess of a movie, but it reminds me of the past. Specifically times where I was still sneaking into R rated movies just for the

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BITTEN: THE FINAL SEASON

BITTEN: THE FINAL SEASON REVIEWED “Bitten” concludes, as Elena finally makes peace with being a werewolf. Everything is going great until her father returns with his Russian gang of werewolves. Slowly but

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BELLADONNA OF SADNESS

BELLADONNA OF SADNESS REVIEWED “Belladonna of Sadness” is the last installment in an adult anime trilogy. Seeing as how I never saw the first two parts and might never get the chance,

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BACK IN THE DAY

BACK IN THE DAY REVIEWED “Back in the Day” is a piecemeal film that never quite says anything. Mixing the Goodfellas neighborhood mafia aesthetic with a Rocky style creates a film that

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BODYGUARDS AND ASSASSINS

BODYGUARDS AND ASSASSINS REVIEWED “Bodyguards and Assassins” focuses on Dr. Sun Yat-sen. In reality, he was the father of modern China. Well, he was before Communism made it go crazy. The Imperial

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BIBLE STORIES, THE: JACOB

THE BIBLE STORIES: JACOB REVIEWED “Jacob” follows the story of Jacob’s rise to grace with his Uncle Laban. While Laban would set up Jacob in a false marriage to the lovely Rachel,

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BLACK JACKET, THE

THE BLACK JACKET REVIEWED “The Black Jacket” follows Aquil Basheer as he looks to bring peace to South Central Los Angeles. Armed with curriculum adopted by the LA City Council, Basheer decides

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