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Pallavi (Sunita Mani) is an attractive, unmarried Indian-America woman who is pushing 30, much to the dismay of her superstitious mother Usha (Sarita Choudhury) back in India. Though mother and daught…
Nolan (Mamoudou Athie) is a man seemingly lost in his own life. It has been six months since a car accident that killed his wife and left him medically brain-dead. But with a recovery that all deemed …
The Lie, despite having the normally gore/horror label Blumhouse attached to it, is a mostly bloodless, slow burn drama. Divorced parents Jay and Rebecca (Peter Sarsgaard and Mireille Enos) are co-par…
If we can all agree on anything these days, it is that Janelle Monáe is totally watchable. She does double-duty in the social commentary horror movie with a twist, Antebellum, but alas is no…
When I read a book, I tend to give it 50 pages to grab me. If I'm not sucked in, I consider it fair to move on. The same goes with film... so I wouldn't fault you for abandoning She Dies Tomorrow if y…
To be honest, I’m not sure who the target audience is for this film, but it definitely isn’t me. About 15 minutes in, I wondered if I should just walk out. “Do I really want to see a movie about peopl…
Within about three minutes of the insanely expository opening credits that feel edited together by someone with untreated ADD – blink and you’ll no doubt miss a key piece of info that flashes ons…
Gremlins was one of my favorite movies growing up, and I'm happy to report that it's just as much fun 35 years after its release as it was when it came out. It successfully walks the line between come…
I remember being insanely excited when they announced the release of Gremlins 2: The New Batch, but when I finally saw it, my reaction was decidedly "meh".  It simply didn't rekindle any of the feelin…
Sue Ann (Octavia Spencer) is an unassuming woman who works as a vet tech in the town where she grew up. When a group of teenagers asks her to buy them alcohol, she tries to go on her way like any sens…
While watching the remake of Pet Sematary, I found myself thinking, "Was the original movie as bad as this? Or maybe the source material is terrible, and I just don't quite remember..." After all, it …
The opening scene flashes back to 1986. Young Adelaide is on a family trip to the beach, and she wanders away from the boardwalk excitement into a funhouse with a hall of mirrors. In a terrifying mome…