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Dylan O’Brien Charms in Clever Sci-Fi Rom-Com

Love and Monsters offers a refreshing take on the tired apocalypse genre. It’s a heartfelt, surprisingly funny adventure with a…

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A Dark Mystery Leads to A Mind-Blowing Finale

The Kid Detective is a noir crime drama with a fascinating protagonist and an absolutely mind-blowing climax. What begins as…

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Yeti X World of Warcraft Edition Review

Yeti X World of Warcraft Edition is a premium offering in every sense of the word, with great performance complemented…

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A Dirt Bike Boyz N the Hood

Charm City Kings is a dramatic adaptation of the 2013 documentary, 12 O’Clock Boys. On the poverty-stricken streets of West…

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An All-Star Cast Elevates Slapstick Comedy

Robert De Niro trades gangsters for grandkids in a funnier than expected family comedy. The War with Grandpa has a…

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One-Shot Haunted Teen Horror-thriller Will Make You Sweat

Writer/director Jud Cremata makes his grippingly tense and ambitiously inventive feature debut with Let’s Scare Julie, a haunted horror-thriller about…

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Maggie Q and Luke Hemsworth Suffer the Vacation from Hell

An American couple has the vacation from hell in Death of Me, the latest horror flick from Saw franchise director…

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Ghost Of Tsushima & RDR2 Discounted In PS4 Games Of A Generation Sale

PlayStation is hosting a “Games of a Generation” sale, featuring massive discounts on hit titles such as Ghost of Tsushima…

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Cerebral Science Fiction Loaded with Twists & Tears

2067 is a cerebral sci-fi thriller from Australian writer/director Seth Larney. The film is set in a dystopian future where…

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A Lavish Update to the Classic Children’s Story

The Secret Garden is lavishly adapted for the fourth time on the big screen. Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic children’s novel…

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Port Royale 4 Review | Screen Rant

Port Royale 4 improves the merchant sim formula by expanding the map and changing the combat, but probably doesn’t do…

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Jessica Chastain Misfires in Melodramatic Actioner

Ava fumbles its attempt to mix the standard globetrotting assassin formula with an intense family drama. A cliché-ridden script with…

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A Most Triumphant Send-Off for the Wyld Stallyns

The song that saves the universe. The entire narrative backbone of Bill and Ted has always rested on, and is…

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Marvel’s New Wolverine Should Be Laura, Not Logan

Fans may want to see Wolverine return to movies, but the hero’s Marvel Comics history shows why X-23 AKA Laura…

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Brutal Slavery Thriller Falls Short

Antebellum captures the horrific brutality of slavery, but fails to be compelling in any other regard. The graphic imagery and…

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