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Daily Archives: October 8, 2021
There was a stretch back in the ’90s and early 2000s when every American network sitcom did an episode or two about how to get “out of the ‘friend zone.’” So think of the French rom-com “Friendzone” as “Friends” with … Continue reading
A tangled, convoluted and over-explained horror tale, “The Secret of Sinchanee” goes kind of wrong — dare I say it? — from its opening title. If you need a full page of credits explaining an ancient blood feud between a … Continue reading
It’s bloody, it’s chilling, it features the voices of Richard E. Grant, Lucy Lawless, Joe Manganiello and Patton Oswalt and comes to theaters and streaming on Oct. 29, via RLJE. Lots of fanboy and fangirl — mostly fanboy — buzz … Continue reading
“The Last Duel,” Ridley Scott’s “Rashomon,” is a brutish, well-acted and stunningly-detailed account of an infamous scandal from the supposed “Age of Chivalry.” It’s a tale of rivalries, royal favor and rape from the Caroline era of the Hundred Years … Continue reading