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Review: Wrong Turn 2021 By Director: Mike P. Nelson

Eighteen years after Alan B. McElroy introduced horror fans to a vicious breed of creative country cannibals with 2003’s Wrong Turn, the writer returns to the franchise that made him famous with a bold new story utilizing the same name….

Review: Bridge and Tunnel By Edward Burns

Edward Burns was only 12-years-old in 1980, so he doesn’t consider that decade to be one he experienced to the fullest at the time. Having some distance from the politics or harder events of the time period, though, makes him…

Review: 3 Caminos By Alberto Macías

Small individual encounters with some anecdotes and incidents are linking in the plot these restless young people eager to experience the sensations of the Camino. The chosen locations make us enjoy the attractions of the places we are visiting. The…

Review: Fate: The Winx Saga By Iginio Straffi, Brian Young

No, really, homophobia exists in Fate: The Winx Saga. This reveal was when I began to think maybe Fate, a gritty, young adult remake of Italy’s beloved cartoon Winx Club, wasn’t going to work for me. Despite being a cliche,…

Review: Daughter from Another Mother By Carolina Rivera

Daughter from Another Mother is a simple, predictable drama that takes every cliché in the baby-switch book, adds a dash of soapy tension and blends that with some strong themes about motherhood. For some, this will be the perfect show…

Review: Walker By Anna Fricke

Imagine you’re a contestant on Family Feud and the question tells you that fans of the long-running CBS drama Walker, Texas Ranger were asked to name their favorite elements of the series. You think long and hard and your first…

Review: Outside the Wire By Mikael Håfström

“Outside the Wire” opens with a full-on action scene. Robot soldiers fight alongside human ones — or maybe against them. It’s hard to tell. Bullets fly. Tough guys in helmets crouch behind concrete barriers. Two men are hit, and their…

Review: Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer, Gil Carrillo

Six-year-old Anastasia Hronas was in bed one hot summer’s night in 1985 when Richard Ramirez opened her window. The serial killer abducted her and drove her across Los Angeles to his home. A quarter of a century later, Hronas recalled…

Review: WandaVision By Jac Schaeffer

WandaVision wasn’t supposed to be the first Marvel series on Disney+, and it shows. Grafted to a premise more suited to the syndicated sitcoms on TV Land than the home of The Mandalorian, the Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany starrer…

Review: The Ultimate Playlist of Noise 2021 By Director: Bennett Lasseter

There’s a genre of literature, rife with fear and dismay, that’s more steeped in sinister fate than the novels of Thomas Hardy, more flecked with cruelty than the bad-dream collages of William Burroughs. It’s so infused with a sense of…

Review: Marvel Studios: Legends

When is Marvel Studios: Legends released on Disney Plus?Marvel Studios: Legends will premiere its first two episodes on Disney Plus on Friday 8th January 2021. What is Marvel Studios: Legends about?Marvel Studios: Legends will give fans the chance to “revisit…

Review: Lupin by George Kay

With a muscular 6’ 3” frame, gentleman thief Assane Diop (Omar Sy) shouldn’t fade into the background. But as a Senegalese immigrant living in Paris, he does. Ever since his father’s incarceration—accused of stealing a priceless necklace belonging to Marie…

Review: Call Me Kat by Darlene Hunt

There are enough moments in “Call Me Kat” that veer close to working that they become even more frustrating when they don’t. Enough good ingredients to make a broadcast hit are right there, most notably Mayim Bialik starring as Kat,…

Review: Coyote by Michelle MacLaren

WHAT IT’S ABOUT After 32 years as a career officer with the Border Patrol, Ben Clemens (Michael Chiklis) is finally forced to retire, and scarcely before his retirement party has wrapped, he’s summoned to Mexico, south of Tijuana, where he…

Review: ‘The Watch’ Is Uninspired Fantasy Storytelling

The amount of literary content German authors Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm were able to publish during the early to mid-19th century has given Hollywood a seemingly bottomless trove of imaginative narratives to pull from. Inspiration from these more than 200…

Where Are The Winners of Best Leftovers Ever! Now?

If you’ve ever thought that you deserved an award, or at least some recognition, for repurposing the leftovers in your fridge to create an entirely new meal, then trust us, Netflix’s ‘Best Leftovers Ever!’ is the show for you. This…

‘Your Name Engraved Herein’ Review: When Love Is All You Can See

The love story in the touching, simple Taiwanese drama “Your Name Engraved Herein” unfolds at a Catholic high school for boys. It’s 1987, shortly after the end of nearly four decades of martial law, but before the easing of social…

Sweet Home Review – A Relentless, gore-soaked good time

It takes less than a minute for a monster to show up in Netflix’s South Korean original series Sweet Home, and you only see more of them from there. It’s probably the ten-part show’s cleverest gimmick, to supplant the usual shambling…

“The Stand” Review: Stephen King’s CBS All Access Adaptation Is a Plague Unto Itself

Back in January 2020, aka the good old days, HBO released its TV adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Outsider.” Based on a book that is as intrinsically unsound as it is painfully overwritten, Richard Price still managed to make an…

‘Tiny Pretty Things’ On Netflix, About An Elite Ballet School And The Rivalries And Pressures The Students Endure

Netflix’s latest teen series pirouettes confidently on to screens, a cross between a girls’ magazine yarn and the hit 80s film – with a dark, contemporary edge Iremember when ballet was all about bucking up, scraping shillings together for shoes…