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Daily Archives: April 20, 2022
As beaten, shot, torched, blown-up and hacked to death as the zombie picture is, Uruguayan Gustavo Hernández finds a way to give us something that at least feels fresh in the genre. “Virus-32” or “Virus :32” is as pitiless as … Continue reading
For the first two and a half acts of “Night Drive,” director Vysakh, his screenwriter Abhilash Pillai and cast treat us to a modestly-affecting thriller about a Christmas Eve drive gone wrong. There’s little action and lots of melodrama as … Continue reading
It’s French, of course. And Polish. With a little English. Bertrand Mandico’s “After Blue” drops on June 3.
“Children of Sin” is the third micro-budget, self-distributed feature horror film from writer, director, actor and producer Christopher Wesley Moore. He had trouble getting anyone to review his first two films, “Triggered” and “A Stranger Among the Living.” “Sin,” a … Continue reading
Netflix is losing customers, cracking down on “shared passwords” and considering running commercials
Last quarter, Netflix’s long streak of expanding subscriber numbers ended with a bang. They lost paying customers in the hundreds of thousands — with millions more projected to bail out. . And that has them looking for culprits. First came … Continue reading
Reports of Nicolas Cage’s “comeback” have been greatly exaggerated. Yes, that’s mainly because, as Cage himself — playing a daffier version of himself — says a few times in “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent,” “I was never gone.“ Sure, … Continue reading
This “true story” crime saga doesn’t have a well known cast, but that may not matter when you’re using an archetypal plot. May 6, from Samuel Goldwyn.