Top Posts & Pages
- Netflixable? Surviving the Norwegian Apocalypse -- "Cadaver (Kadaver)"
- Netflixable? Is anybody home at "House of the Witch?"
- Netflixable? "American Pie Presents: 'Girls' Rules"
- Movie Review: A grieving obsessive-compulsive falls under an Icelandic "Spell"
- Movie Review: Kathie Lee and Craig, together again, "Then Came You"
- Documentary Review: "The Phenomenon" revisits UFOdom's Greatest Hits
- Netflixable? The downside of going Greek hits this "Frat Star"
- Netflixable? Filipino teen parents are "Ordinary People (Pamilya Ordinaryo)" on the streets of Manila
- Bingworthy? Anya Taylor-Joy looks for checkmate in "The Queen's Gambit"
- Netflixable? Mexican couple disagrees on babies -- "You've Got This (Ahí te Encargo)"
Find a Movie Review
Daily Archives: October 7, 2020
“Yellow Rose,” which opens this weekend, has a timely theme — the immigrant’s struggle, a colorful setting — the Texas of country and Western music — and a scene stealing turn from Texas honky tonk legend Dale Watson. My twangier … Continue reading
Movie Preview: “Fat Man” is exactly what you’d expect a Mel Gibson holiday “Chris Cringle” movie to be — a little bit psycho
If you only see one gonzo fake-priest-trapped-in-a-real-exorcism thriller, make it “The Cleansing Hour.” An account of a live-streamed exorcism, part of an online show titled “The Cleansing Hour,” it’s a violent and entertaining ride through demonic possession, religious fakery, the … Continue reading
It begins with the voice of a police dispatcher, something about “hunting” and “beheaded” and our “suspect is in a red vehicle,” and “check for pizza signs.” Our first glimpse of that suspect (David Harper) has him leering and lurching … Continue reading
This Dec. 11 release also stars Amy Seimetz, Skylan Brooks and Zolee Griggs.
Does the “moron comedy” have a future? After Adam Sandler ages out of them, I mean? Sandler’s latest for Netflix, “Hubie Halloween” has him freezing his face in perma-stupor, and doing the dopey dunce voice — just like the old … Continue reading
Paul Greengrass is one of the great directors nobody talks about. And should. He’s behind the camera for this Tom Hanks Christmas movie, a glimmer of hope and compassion slated for release after American cruelty is chased back under a … Continue reading