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Daily Archives: December 20, 2021
Movie Review: The goriest, most harrowing demonic possession tale this year is from Thailand — “The Medium”
“The Medium” goes on too long, repeats itself often enough for you to notice and travels so far over the top for its finale that it’s practically bathed in blood. But this chilling mockumentary from Thailand is one of the … Continue reading
The Erwin Brothers, whose faith-based “I Can Only Imagine” (based on the song) was a hit a few years back, first-teamed with “American Underdog’s” biggest name, Dennis Quaid, on that film. This one is the unlikely story of a Super … Continue reading
The thing about cult cinema is that it requires a buy-in, an “enlistment” in the cult that often requires a different sort of suspension of disbelief. You have to believe the film is all that others say it is, and … Continue reading
Movie Review: Robert “The Lighthouse” Eggers’ “The Northman” gives us Vikings and Bjork, an Oscar winner and two Skarsgårds — Hawke, Dafoe and Anya Taylor-Joy
Eye popping? You betcha. April 22.
This looks cute, and Amazon sends it our way just in time for Valentine’s Day – Feb. 11.
“Marjoun and the Flying Headscarf” is as mercurial and scattered as its teen heroine, a 17 year-old struggling to process identity, multiple family crises, hormones and the unwanted attentions of “a friend of the family.” It’s a movie with a … Continue reading
Major points for style in this trailer for the Boy Harsher “Twin Peaks” meets Lady Jason thriller “The Runner.” Shudder will release this Jan.16.
A good Spanish drama about a stubborn tender of sheep holding out against developers should join the collection of The Jean Rhenn Public Library, Seminole County’s finest. Here’s my review of “El Pastor.” MovieNation, improving America’s moviegoing choices one film, … Continue reading