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Daily Archives: May 18, 2021
Suki Waterhouse, a deep-voice/zero-range “model/actress” plays the “new girl” at a “Seance” obsessed boarding school in this week’s classmate killer horror thriller. While her look, voice and name are distinctive, I don’t recall her standing out in “The Broken Hearts … Continue reading
Algar, of “Wrath of Man” and “The Last Right,” is Ireland’s cinematic flavor of the moment and takes the spotlight in this horror mystery opening June 11.
“You were always quiet,” the old flame says of the big city cop who’s come home for a funeral.” “You always saw everything.” That’s Eric Bana’s character in “The Dry,” a solid and engrossing police procedural from Down Under. He … Continue reading
His name is Pineapple Tangaroa, and his resume mentions Austin, Texas, sometime actor (“Puncture,” Song to Song”), “entrepreneur” and — implied — “local character.” His face is one big tattoo, punctured by piercings that turn him into a walking visual … Continue reading