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Daily Archives: October 5, 2022
“Werewolf by Night” is a Marvel “special” for Disney that helps set up “monsters” in Marvel’s already cluttered superhero universe, a comic book adaptation meant as an homage to the classic monster films of the black and white cinema. As … Continue reading
Whatever pleasures the best-selling novel “The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry” offered readers are wrung out of it in its enervated adaptation to the big screen. It mopes along when it isn’t leaving out what seem to be whole passages, … Continue reading
Pun titles are just the best, right? Harbour and John Leguizamo and Cam Gigandet in a story of Santa stopping an attempted kidnapping by mercenaries. Nice and nuts. Dec. 2
Documentary Review: Family says a Long Goodbye to Dad before his Assisted Suicide — “Last Flight Home”
We’ve had plenty of time, thanks to the many scenes that precede it in “Last Flight Home,” to get used to the idea of how Eli Timoner plans to shake off this mortal coil. But a line, casually spoken by … Continue reading
“The Visitor” is a Southern Gothic horror tale of modest ambitions and equally modest frights and delights. A polished production from Blumhouse TV for Paramount, with Epix TV its ultimate destination (in Dec.), it’s a film that delights in quaint … Continue reading
A hint of the supernatural washes over the trailer to this chilly film from Sebastian Lillo. Nov. 16, on Netflix.