Daily Archives: November 14, 2020

Movie Review: A great setting in search of a scarier tale — “Playhouse”

“Playhouse” is a stylish British ghost story with a great, gloomy Scottish setting, and little else to recommend it. It’s not frightening, rarely suspenseful and never comes close to the harrowing experience audiences have come to expect from horror movies … Continue reading

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Documentary Review: A teen, and already one “tough broad” — “I Am Greta”

There’s a moment, after we’ve seen an hour of the stoic Swedish teen Greta Thunberg start a global climate movement, meet with world leaders and agree to every “selfie” asked of her by fans along the way, when we get … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Thanksgiving is a dish best served uh, slaughtered? “Derelicts”

As the lady once said, “What fresh Hell is this?” For everybody who found the polish, sophistication and gentility of “The Devil’s Rejects” a turn-off, we present “Derelicts,” a little slice of holiday slaughter from the people who brought you… … Continue reading

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