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Daily Archives: September 4, 2021
“Wife of a Spy” doesn’t traffic in most of the tropes of the espionage thriller. The espionage takes place off-camera. There are no shootouts, and the closest thing to a chase is a bit of the old “I think we’re … Continue reading
Netflixable? Ashley Greene and Shawn Ashmore deal with the “Aftermath” of what happened in their new home
“Aftermath” is a sluggish, convoluted domestic horror thriller that can’t be rescued by a fierce turn by its leading lady, “Twilight” alumna Ashley Greene. If you can make it to the ridiculously drawn-out and absurd finale — and Rotten Tomatoes … Continue reading
If it’s late enough — and “Death Drop Gorgeous” is nothing if it’s not a “Midnight Movie” — and you’re tipsy enough, I suppose there might be a few giggles and grins in this death in a drag club slasher … Continue reading