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Daily Archives: October 15, 2022
Movie Review: An Alpine Peak Too Far, “Summit Fever”
The climbing footage is striking and the Alpine settings breathtaking in “Summit Fever,” a mountaineering thriller that also boasts some of the most stark and startling deaths the genre has ever seen. Sure, there are formulaic touches and in its … Continue reading
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Movie Review: A Weekend Getaway runs afoul of Cultists in “Shady Grove”
“Shady Grove” is another “city folks trapped in a cabin in the woods” tale, this one with a pregnant couple partying with their best friend, when a demonic cult interferes. You know how demonic cults are about pregnant women. It’s … Continue reading
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Classic Film Review: Garner, Hackett and Elam urge us to “Support Your Local Sheriff!” (1969)
One reason I avoid any Twitter, Facebook etc. “Name one movie you’ve watched more than five times” meme in its many forms is simple mathematics. There are scores upon scores of movies I’ll stop to watch a bit of while … Continue reading
Documentary Review: More “Proof” of a UFO encounter that’s nothing of the sort — “Moment of Contact”
There is no “concrete” evidence that what happened in January of 1996 in the city of Varginha, Brazil was caused by an alien spacecraft. Well, none that’s presented in director James Fox‘s latest UFO documentary, “Moment of Contact.” There are … Continue reading