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Halloween Ends Review – The Killer Inside Me

After 2018's Halloween rebooted the series and Halloween Kills upped the ante with a deadlier Michael Myers, Halloween Ends brings the new trilogy to a close. This may be the final showdown between Michael Myers and Laurie Strode, but this ...

Marvel's Werewolf By Night Review: A Howlin' Good Time

Marvel’s Werewolf By Night Review: A Howlin’ Good Time

The MCU goes right for the spooky season with Marvel’s Werewolf by Night. The special focuses on a group of hunters who honor one of their own and hunt down a monster. Anyone who loves monster movies will be delighted by this fantastic trea...

Hocus Pocus 2 Review: A Simple Bewitching

Hocus Pocus 2 Review: A Simple Bewitching

Nearly 30 years after the original, the witches are finally back! Hocus Pocus 2 focuses on the Sanderson Sisters returning to Salem to reclaim their power and live past the sunrise. Fans of the original will get more or less what they liked...

Barbarian Review- An Instant Classic that Subverts Expectations

Barbarian Review– An Instant Classic that Subverts Expectations

Horror has turned the twisting of clichés into a cliché itself. Barbarian may not reinvent the wheel, but that is where the beauty lies. This review looks at how the expected becomes the unexpected in this layered horror film. The trailers ...

Overlord Season 4: Voice Actor Review

Subtitles vs Dubbings. A debate as old as anime itself, so how well does the Overlord Season 4 Dubbed English voice actors do? Are they giving the creatures of Nazarick the power they deserve through their voice? At what level did the Voice...

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Clerks III Review: I Assure You, It Sucks

Kevin Smith is back with Clerks III, a sequel released 28 years after the original and 16 years after the most recent entry. The cult classic comedy that kickstarted Smith's career never needed a sequel, but Clerks II was surprisingly funny...

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See How They Run Review – A Self-Aware Whodunit

Amidst a sea of murder mysteries, See How They Run might not necessarily set itself apart from the rest. But the way in which it constantly keeps you on your toes as you try to piece the clues together, as well as the hilarious jabs the mov...

Crimes of the Future Review: Cronenberg’s Rusty Return

Crimes of the Future Review: Cronenberg’s Rusty Return

Cronenberg is back with a new movie, Crimes of the Future, after just under a decade’s absence, making it one of my most anticipated reviews. The movie is beautifully shot, acted, and scored, but is let down by a story that has a lot of que...

The Cuphead Show! Season 2 Review Another Glorious Round In Inkwell Isle

The Cuphead Show! Season 2 Review: Another Glorious Round In Inkwell Isle

The Cuphead Show! returns for its second season, adding in new and exciting adventures for Cuphead and Mugman to navigate through while being on the lookout for that pesky Devil. Get ready for new characters, more laughs, and beautiful chao...

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Samaritan Review: A Wasted Opportunity

Granite City's superhero Samaritan has disappeared for decades, believed deceased, but a young boy believes he's still around and sets out to find him. Stallone's peak action days are long gone and superhero movie fatigue has long set in; c...

House Of The Dragon Pilot Review The Evil Prince And Adored Princess

House Of The Dragon Pilot Review: The Evil Prince And Adored Princess

Here’s a House Of The Dragon pilot review that breaks down what made this opening so good. Daemon Targaryen has quickly earned a great deal of scorn from the audience. So far this spinoff has succeeded in capturing the same brutal tone as G...

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Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Review: Super!

Flying into cinemas now comes Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. In this latest instalment in the Dragon Ball series, the evil Red Ribbon Army is back for revenge. With a new pair of powerful androids on the loose and Goku nowhere to be seen Pi...

Prey Review

Prey Review: The Most Dangerous Game

The Predator franchise has had its highs and lows. The 1987 original is a classic, while 2018's the Predator is about as fun as getting stabbed in the groin by the Predator's wrist blades. 2022's Prey takes the series back to basics and bac...

Bullet Train Review

Bullet Train Review – A Frenetically Fun Feast for the Eyes

Bullet Train is a fast-paced, frenetic thrill ride starring Brad Pitt and directed by David Leitch. Whilst it seems to have opened to middling to poor reviews, I had a great time with the film and think it just may be one of the best things...

Camp Cretaceous Season 5 Review: Campers get a Fitting Finale

Camp Cretaceous Season 5 Review: Campers get a Fitting Finale

Here's a Camp Cretaceous season 5 review that explores the finale of this series. Daniel Kon is a terrific antagonist that keeps the show interesting by constantly manipulating the other characters. There are a few hiccups including a few c...

Nope Review: Watch the Skies

Nope Review: Watch the Skies

Jordan Peele transitioned from comedy to horror with his successful feature Get Out. He gave us manipulative suburbanites in that movie, then followed it up with dastardly doppelgangers in 2019's Us. For his third film Nope, Peele makes us ...

Solar Opposites Season 3 Review: Best Yet, Still Not Rick And Morty

Solar Opposites Season 3 Review: Best Yet, Still Not Rick And Morty

Here’s a detailed Solar Opposites season 3 review that explores what makes this season the best of the show so far. Focusing more on the jokes rather than the individual characters is a welcome change. However, this show still isn’t as funn...

Thor: Love and Thunder Review

Thor: Love and Thunder Review – Strikingly Mediocre

They say that lightning never strikes in the same place twice. After seeing how Thor: Ragnarok succeeded in reaching the cinematic goals that it set for itself, in comparison with how Thor: Love and Thunder fails to do the same thing, it se...

Marvel’s Ms. Marvel Episode 4 Review: The Marvelous Dagger

This week's episode of Ms. Marvel has Kamala traveling halfway across the world to Karachi in order to find more answers about the bangle. We also see the introduction of the Red Daggers and find out the generational pain in the Khan family...

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Obi-Wan Kenobi Finale Review: Finding Peace

Here’s a detailed Obi-Wan Kenobi finale review that provides insight into what makes Part 6 the best episode of the series. Through healing tears, Obi-Wan is able to get the closure he needs to become the man he is in A New Hope. Some tensi...

Marvel's Ms. Marvel Episode 3 Review: A Celebration to Remember

Marvel’s Ms. Marvel Episode 3 Review: A Celebration to Remember

The episode of Marvel's Ms. Marvel focuses on Kamala finding out the truth about the bangles and her family heritage. It takes a toll on her as she tries to figure out what's the best path to go on. This episode does suffer some bumps, but ...

The Black Phone Review: A Sinister Kidnapping Story

Director Scott Derrickson returns in sinister form with The Black Phone, and this review will consider the good and disappointing parts. It’s a strong Horror/Thriller that drops just shy of great due to some missed opportunities and unfulf...

Marvel’s Ms. Marvel Episode 2 Review: Glowing Light

In this week's episode of Ms. Marvel, Kamala tries to gain a handle on her new abilities. She does this while the agents of CONTROL are on the lookout for her. This series is on a roll as it perfectly captures the imagination of a teenager ...

Jurassic World Dominion Review

Jurassic World: Dominion Review: Dino-Bore

Director Colin Trevorrow returns to the Jurassic World franchise and brings with him the cast of the original Jurassic Park. Unfortunately, the final product falls prey to something much worse than a T-rex: sloppy storytelling. This revie...

Marvel's Ms. Marvel Episode 1 Review: Let's Go to AvengersCon

Marvel’s Ms. Marvel Episode 1 Review: Let’s Go to AvengersCon

The first episode of Marvel's Ms. Marvel is out and marks the start of Kamala's journey. We focus on her life as she tries to balance school and home before discovering that she's tapped into extraordinary gifts. If you're not familiar with...

The Righteous Review An Unsettling, Beautiful Triumph

The Righteous Review: An Unsettling, Beautiful Triumph

Ready or Not cast members Henry Czerny and Mark O'Brien reunite to tell a story of faith, sin, and punishment in O'Brien's directorial feature film debut. This review of The Righteous will go over why horror fans need to watch this gorgeous...

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Chip n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers Review: In Need Of Rescue

Blasting back onto screens comes Chip and Dale in the new Rescue Rangers movie! Thirty years after their show is cancelled the dynamic duo sets out on a mission to rescue one of their friends and solve a real life mystery. But is the movie ...

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Night Caller Review: Grindhouse Gross-Out

Night Caller is a faithful recreation of grindhouse exploitation, but is that a good thing? This Night Caller review will go over everything good, and everything bad about the 2022 horror movie to help you decide if it's the right type of f...

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Review: Magical Ride

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Review: Magical Ride

Journey into the multiverse as Doctor Strange goes on a thrilling journey that needs to be seen. It’s Sam Raimi triumphant return to the directing chair as this movie is the start of the summer movie season. Just as the cinematic universe ...

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent Review – A Love Letter to a Bizarre Icon

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent Review – A Love Letter to a Bizarre Icon

Nicolas Cage is on top form in this review of The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. Cage and Pedro Pascal star in this Meta Comedy/Action movie. With references and in jokes galore it’s a must for Nic Cage fans and still a good time for ...

Severance Season 1 Review: Workplace Dystopia

Severance centers around a group of workers who undergo a surgery that divides their work and personal lives. This brilliant psychological thriller balances questions of morality, ethics, workplace dymanics, and much more in such a beautifu...

Doctor Who Legend of the Sea Devils Review Returning Foes and Relationship Woes

Doctor Who Legend of the Sea Devils Review: Returning Foes and Relationship Woes

Doctor Who returns for an Easter special, and this Legend of the Sea Devils review goes over the best and worst bits about the TARDIS crew's trip to 19th-century Chinese waters. With the Centenary special looming close, and the hectic concl...

Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood Review: A Love Letter to the 60s

Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood Review: A Love Letter to the 60s

Richard Linklater's new film is a rotoscope animation about a teenage boy living in the 60s and everything good about that era. Like other movies by Linklater, Apollo 10½ is beautiful, good-feeling, and well-paced. It's Linklater's love let...

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Halo Season 1 Episode 1 Review: Another Disappointing Adaptation

After years of development, the Halo live-action series is here. The pilot episode, Contact, is a rough start and we may be in for another disappointing adaptation. Master Chief takes on the Covenant in all their bad CGI glory on the planet...

My Dress-Up Darling Review

My Dress-Up Darling Review: A Premium Anime RomCom

The life of introverted highschool hina doll maker Wakana Gojo is turned upside down when he meets cosplay gyaru Kitagawa Marin in My Dress-Up Darling, a surprisingly strong contender for anime of the season, and a must-see RomCom show. A s...

Attack On Titan Season 4 Episode 27 Review Battle for the Flying Boat

Attack On Titan Season 4 Episode 27 Review: Battle for the Flying Boat

This Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 27 review explores the emotional ride that this chapter of the story takes the audience on. It begins with Armin and Connie at a deadly impasse with their friends. Fans also get to see Falco’s first tra...

HBO Max's Peacemaker is a triumph in character writing

Peacemaker Review: The Characters Took the Spotlight

After surviving the events of The Suicide Squad, Christopher Smith, AKA Peacemaker, is put into a new ragtag black ops team to thwart yet another global threat. That is, if he can work with his dysfunctional teammates and fight off his pers...

After Yang Review: Dense Yet Simple

After Yang Review: Dense Yet Simple

Kogonada become of the best independent directors with a stylish camera work and storytelling in Columbus. After Yang is his second and latest film that portraits the futuristic life of families with androids in the most humanistic way poss...

The Boys Presents: Diabolical Review - An Animated Appetizer

The Boys Presents: Diabolical Review – An Animated Appetizer

With season 3 just around the corner, The Boys Presents: Diabolical has come to Amazon Prime. With different directors and animators for each episode, it’s a raucous ride through the delightfully gruesome and grim world of The Boys. Not all...

The Batman Review: A Batman Graphic Novel Brought to Life

The Batman Review: A Batman Graphic Novel Brought to Life

The Batman is finally out and it's one of the best comic book movies of all time. The movie deals with Batman facing off against the Riddler who's targeting Gotham's elite on a violent crime spree. This a movie that all fans of Batman need ...

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