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April 2, 2020

Courtesy of IFC Midnight

Movies and television shows about religious cults have become common over the last couple years, with their dystopian settings providing narrative fodder for various projects. The latest is the visually compelling but not that enthralling “The Oth...

March 30, 2020

Courtesy of Focus Features

There’s no question about abortion being a hot button topic and one of the most divisive and controversial political agendas out there (the irony being that most of those who hold influential political clout will probably never face such adversi...

March 26, 2020

Courtesy of Vertical Entertainment 

There’s a lover's quarrel taking place in Benjamin Kasulke’s endearing romantic teen-comedy “Banana Split,” but not similar to the ones you’d see in a John Hughes flick. The spat revolves around the young and energetic April (co-writer...

March 25, 2020

Courtesy of Saban Films

At times stuck inside its own headspace, and trying to be like an extended episode of “The Twilight Zone” - director Lorcan Finnegan’s ambitious, but entirely offbeat “Vivarium” runs circles around its premise, literally. 

But what works for “The Tw...

March 24, 2020

                     Courtesy of IFC Films

Between “Hunters,” “Jojo Rabbit,” “The Song of Names” and now “Resistance” World War II, Jewish cultures and heritage have been at the forefront for moviegoers. Not to say some fi...

March 20, 2020

Like a cross between “Monty Python” and “Ghostbusters” - the Irish import “Extra Ordinary” attempts to tow the line between farce and slapstick comedy. It features Will Forte as a one-hit wonder singer (the song, “Cosmic Woman,” is a hoot) who made a deal with the devil...

March 16, 2020

 Courtesy of Sony 

Vin Diesel isn’t as fast or furious in the “Robocop” knock-off “Bloodshot” where he plays mercenary Ray Garrison on the frontlines of a scientific breakthrough. After he’s shot in the skull and left for dead by some cheesy, one dimensional villain,...

March 16, 2020

Just like sports, social gatherings, schools, and church services, the entertainment business is taking a hit in light of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Looking at the upcoming release calendar for motion pictures, it’s fairly bleak. James Bond’s “No Time To Die” - sl...

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