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Exploring the Wild Worlds of Stuart Gordon

The beloved cult director Stuart Gordon died on Tuesday, forsaking a legacy of a number of the most weird and inventive horror movies ever made. Fortunately, a lot of his greatest films are at present streaming, making it straightforward to…
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Streaming Movie Recommendations for the Housebound

With so many hundreds of thousands of us caught inside, it’s time to place a dent in these watchlists or dig deeper for issues we would not have in any other case explored. In that spirit of curiosity, we’re going…
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I Still Believe

Unsurprising and emotional, I Still Believe is a weepie movie at its core. The overdramatic digicam actions, overexaggerated plot and oversentimental music reveal a real story making an attempt too laborious. Solid lead performances soften these mechanisms however not by…
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The Hunt

The Hunt, from director Craig Zobel (Compliance) and writers Nick Cuse (HBO’s Watchmen) and Damon Lindelof (World War Z), guarantees to be a satirical model of The Most Dangerous Game, set within the fashionable social media local weather. But any…
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The Way Back

The Way Back is simply as lazy and uninteresting because the title suggests. Elements of the storytelling and cinematography are jumbled right into a slapdash mess with innocuous emotional depth. Jack Cunningham (Ben Affleck) is a grieving alcoholic who finds…
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Director Dan Scanlon (Monsters University) takes us Onward on this animated fantasy crossover story of two brothers with one final likelihood to fill a void they’ve felt for years. The script by Scanlon, working with Jason Headley and Keith Bunin,…
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The Invisible Man

Writer/Director Leigh Whannell (Saw) brings us a chilling reimagining of the basic H.G. Wells story, modernized to replicate what an obsessive narcissist would possibly do if he had the aptitude. Excellent execution of his elegant script makes for a poignant…
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The newest rendition of Jane Austen’s traditional English novel, Emma. blends well mannered snark with attractive visuals for a cinematic delight. A romantic comedy interval piece with no agenda and brimming with wit, there’s lots at work on this timeless…
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The Call of the Wild

Jack London’s iconic novel The Call of the Wild, written greater than 100 years in the past, bounds to most appeal on this movie adaptation. Director Chris Sanders finds the tremendous line between the foolish and the intense, the lovable…
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