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Author: Nick Kush

22 July

Film Review – 22 July (2018) [Watch]

It’s safe to say that you’re in for a harrowing tale when you decide to watch a Paul Greengrass film. The acclaimed director has such...

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Best Movies of September 2018

The Best Movies of September 2018

September is often thrown aside as an unimportant, uninspired month in the movie calendar, a month caught between the summer movie season and the Oscar...

Life Itself

Film Review – Life Itself (2018)

Occasionally, there’s a movie that comes to theaters that gets panned by essentially everyone in journalism. Life Itself is the latest incarnation of that movie that you...

Smallfoot

Film Review – Smallfoot (2018) [Watch]

Every year has an animated film that sells its cast to the high heavens in the promotional material while simultaneously angering voice actors everywhere. Seriously Smallfoot,...

French Thrillers

Five Must-See French Thrillers [Watch]

As much as we all try to give off the facade that we’re cinephiles, there’s always more movies to see, more holes to fill in...

Peppermint

Film Review – Peppermint (2018)

Pierre Morel deserves a lot of credit (and some of the blame) for the current state of action movies. His smash hit thriller Taken made studio executives...

Slice

Film Review – Slice (2018)

Let me get this straight: so you’re telling me that Slice, a new movie from A24, includes pizza, gateways to hell, ghosts, werewolves, witches, Steve...

First Reformed

‘First Reformed’ Spoiler Discussion

If you’re into independent film, and, more specifically, A24 films, odds are that you saw First Reformed earlier this year. It’s even more likely that this film...

Worst Movies of August 2018

The Worst Movies of August 2018

Raise your hand if this was you in August: you sat down in your seat at your local theater, ready to be entertained by the...

Best Movies of August 2018

The Best Movies of August 2018

In recent years, August has been a wasteland of sorts, caving in on itself after a plethora of blockbusters have sopped all of the money...

Kin

Film Review – Kin (2018)

The science fiction genre is all over the place. On one hand, you can have massive, brainless epics like Independence Day, but on the other, there’s...

Papillon

Film Review – Papillon (2018)

In a time where Hollywood attempts to reboot and remake practically every popular piece of intellectual property, Papillon, the remake of the 1973 film of the...