Review

Cam Film Review from Fantastic Fest

The people that lurk within our unseen digital crowd rarely align with their digital personas. We…
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Burning: Fantastic Fest 2018 Film Review

Jongsu (Ah-in Yoo) is part of a lost generation.  He has a college degree that has resulted in…
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#FF2018 Donnybrook: Film Review

This week marks the U.S. premier of this gritty, violent film that tells the story of a man…
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Halloween: Fantastic Fest 2018 Film Review

On Halloween night in 1978, Michael Myers went on a killing spree in Haddonfield, Illinois. …
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The Wind: Fantastic Fest 2018 Film Review

Some places are tainted, cursed.  They are stained by past misdeeds that can’t be scrubbed…
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Keep An Eye Out (Au Poste!) Film Review from Fantastic Fest

Austin, TX | Alamo Drafthouse (South Lamar) | Fantastic Fest 2018 If someone had pitched me on a…
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#FF2018 Halloween – Forty Years Later

Austin, TX | Alamo Drafthouse (South Lamar) | Fantastic Fest 2018 As the proverbial curtain rises…
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Film Review: We The Animals

We The Animals begins with a series of battle cries as three young brothers, Jonah, Joel and…
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Film Review: Nico, 1988

Those must have been some of the best days of your life.  In the opening moments of Nico, 1988, a…
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Film Review: Support the Girls

In Support the Girls, Lisa (Regina Hall) manages Double Whammies, a restaurant populated by…
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Film Review: The Miseducation of Cameron Post

The Miseducation of Cameron Post, the new indie feature from writer/director Desiree Akhavan,…
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Film Review: The Cakemaker

We’re almost two months into the summer blockbuster season, a time when theaters are filled with…
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Film Review: Damsel

Many moviegoers like the familiar. The success of the Marvel franchise and the Star Wars universe…
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Merch Made Easy and a Review of Printful

My high school days – like some of you – were spent in a band. Being broke, the only…
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Film Review: Ocean’s 8

While Ocean’s 8 has set a new franchise-best with it’s opening weekend numbers, did it…
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Film Review: Won’t You Be My Neighbor

When the lights went down at the 2018 True-False Film Festival and the opening title cards for…
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Film Review: Filmworker

Loyalty is in short supply in 2018. Relationships are severed with a single tweet. You can…
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A Review of Mondo’s Katamari Damacy Double LP

It’s 6:30pm on a Tuesday. This is the absolute worst time to start writing. I’m checking to see…
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Film Review: The Endless

Some films catch fire in the friendly confines of genre festivals attended by die-hard fans who are…
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Calculated Comics with Kolb: One-Punch Man

One-Punch Man follows Saitama, a guy who was once a dweeb, got beat up, then trained his body to…
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Film Review: Revenge

Director Coralie Fargeat Elevates Exploitation Cinema to an Art Form With its saturated colors and…
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Film Review: Deadpool 2

If you’ve been under a rock and have managed to miss the pervasive (hey… in this case,…
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Arrested Development: Fateful Consequences

“And now the story of a TV show that was ahead of its time. Who’s life was all too…
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Film Review: Sgt. Stubby — An American Hero

Some film genres feel uniquely American. The war epic has been a staple of American cinema since…
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Chattanooga Film Festival Review: Down Range

Down Range, the new film from Ryuhei Kitamure (The Midnight Meat Train), wastes no time getting…
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Chattanooga Film Festival Review: Ghost Stories

What is it about British filmmakers being so damn good at making horror films? Is it growing up in…
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First 2 hours with the iPad Pro, Pencil & Procreate

Right off the bat, I want to say that I was the guy talking crap about the iPad Pro. I tried it for…
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