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Aged Cheese: Adventures in Babysitting

Get ready for adventure readers, Reviewer of Steel here with my next Aged Cheese. Today is about a babysitter going on an adventure in what is called Adventure in Babysitting! 419 more words

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Review: Nightcrawler

Nightcrawler

Director: Dan Gilroy
Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Riz Ahmed, Bill Paxton

Plot

In search for work, Louis Bloom nosedives into the complex world of crime journalism. 597 more words

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Retro movie review: Enter the Void [2009]



France
143 minutes
Directed by Gaspar Noé
Starring Nathaniel Brown, Paz de la Huerta, Cyril Roy
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I think someone once said that his definition of a good television series was a show where you wanted to hang out with the characters every week. 664 more words

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Movie Review: Everly (2015)

Joe Lynch has always been a fan first and a filmmaker second, which is why he’s such a popular figure among us genre nerds.  He’s one of us, and he makes movies that cater to our tastes because he shares them.   536 more words

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Monday Morning Movie Reviews: Focus, The Lazarus Effect

On this edition of the Monday morning movie reviews, Erik ChildressCollin Souter and Nick Digilio discuss ‘Focus’, ‘The Lazarus Effect’ and ‘Wild Tales.’ 34 more words

Nick Digilio

THE HOBBIT TRILOGY: MY FINALE REVIEW

So maybe, this is extremely way overdue than it’s supposed to be (I’m very sorry!). But, it seems that I wouldn’t have any other choice but to finish this so that I could truly move on… 915 more words

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Fincher Gives Us a Return to Hitchcock Suspense

 DATELINE: Fincher Does Vertigo

The Master of Suspense would have approved. Yes, Gone Girl is a takeoff on Vertigo.

As T.S. Elliot said in his Prufrock poem, “Do I dare to eat a peach?” And as we say in our blog, “Do we dare to put David Fincher in the same category as Alfred Hitchcock?” 226 more words