• Hanging

    Indy short filled with emotion and suspense...

  • You Can’t Hear me

    A powerful spoken word film starring Malcom-Jamal...

  • Mortal Kombat

    The popular video game makes its first...

  • 13 Reasons Why

    Emotional Netflix series depicting high school students...

  • Blade Runner

    Ridley Scott's futuristic tale revisited as a...

  • Arrival

    Amy Adams stars in this sci-fi thriller...

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Image Hanging (NR)
It’s tough to draw true emotion from an animated feature – especially one that clocks in at just over five minutes in length... Read full review
Image You Can’t Hear Me (NR)
“You Can’t Hear Me” is a spoken word film directed by Chris Folkens, and written by and starring Malcom- Jamal Warner (“The Cosby... Read full review
Image Mortal Kombat (PG-13)
The video-game-to-movie genre is a difficult one to master. Some of the more successful ones (“Silent Hill”) have been able to maintain the... Read full review
Image Blade Runner (R)
Reviewed after viewing of “Blade Runner: The Final Cut.” Ridley Scott crafted the world of “Blade Runner“ just over thirty-five years ago. Its drenched,... Read full review
Image Arrival (PG-13)
Until the people of Earth make actual contact with alien life, visitors from outer space will always make great fodder for stories and... Read full review
Image Daybreakers (R)
With October 1st looming only 80 days from now, its not too early to brush up on horror movies in preparation – but do me... Read full review
Image The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (NR)
Weak and conquered, Confederate soldiers march grudgingly through what’s left of a small town. The Man with No Name sits nonchalantly at its... Read full review
Image Angel Heart (R)
A little horror and a lot supernatural thriller, the 1987 Alan Parker neo-noir styled film “Angel Heart” is a psychological adventure that mirrors... Read full review
Image For a Few Dollars More (R)
With the experience of one Western under his gun belt, Sergio Leone commands his follow up to “A Fistful of Dollars” with a greater... Read full review
Image A Fistful of Dollars (R)
The first of Sergio Leone’s Dollars trilogy, “A Fistful of Dollars” was a cinematic pioneer in many forms. In its story, the villains... Read full review
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