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The Covenant

‘Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant’ Is a Staid, Practical Tale of Honor During Wartime


Honor and debts in need of paying are the focus of this wartime action/drama.

Header The Haunting Of Julia

‘The Haunting of Julia’ Brings a Killer Final Shot to Our Pick of the Week


Plus 7 More New Releases to Watch This Week on Blu-ray/DVD!

All Quiet On The Western Front

‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ and The Purpose of Anti-War Cinema


Here’s a video essay that takes a look at whether the 2022 remake of ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ is an effective anti-war movie or not.

Glass Onion commentary

53 Things We Learned from Rian Johnson’s ‘Glass Onion’ Commentary


“Very proud of myself.”

How To Blow Up A Pipeline Movie Review

‘How to Blow Up a Pipeline’ is the Righteous Heist Movie Our Planet Needs


The film is one of the most significant portraits of the 21st century to hit the big screen.

The Marvels Trailer

Five Noteworthy Moments from ‘The Marvels’ Trailer


When the Skrulls are away, the Kree will play.

Barry Season Review

‘Barry’ Boldly Reinvents Itself In The Eleventh Hour


Bill Hader’s assassin-turned-actor is back for one last season. This time, he’s behind bars.

The Mandalorian Chapter

‘The Mandalorian’ Serves Us Some Delicious Imperial Leftovers


Chapter 23 takes more steps to connect the Disney+ series to the sequel trilogy while establishing a long-desired villainous presence.

Dungeons Dragons Honor Among Thieves Review

‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves’ Absolutely Rocks


Chris Pine leads a hilarious reprieve from disappointing franchise flicks.

Branded To Kill Butterflies

My Dream is to Die: Why You Should Watch ‘Branded to Kill’


“A killer mustn’t be human. He must be tough and cool.”

Vacation Of Terror Doll

Vinegar Syndrome Brings an Eclectic Genre Mix Home for April 2023


We take a look at Curse of the Blue Lights, Five Women for the Killer, and Vacations of Terror I & II!

Blindspotting Season 2 Review

‘Blindspotting’ Season 2 Is A Creative, Cameo-Filled Vision of Oakland


The ballad of Ashley and Miles continues.