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Deliver Us From Evil

Ralph (Eric Bana), an NYPD cop with a ‘radar’ for bad shit going down, gets drawn into a series of seemingly disconnected events: an ex-Marine beating up his wife; a woman throwing her baby into the zoo’s lion compound; a family hearing strange noises in their cellar. 96 more words

Short Movie Review

Hidden Gem - Hanna

Hidden Gem – A film from the recent past you might have overlooked or didn’t know about, but you should check it out.

From 2011, Hanna tells the tale of a girl named Hanna funnily enough,she has been engineered by the government to be a ruthless killing machine (imagine a tiny Wolverine *Cough X-23 cough*but with a sunny disposition and no eyebrows.) She has been brought up in a remote land by her father, who has trained her in combat, survival skills and everything required to be a total badass. 428 more words


Devil may care - Deliver Us From Evil review

By Simon Miraudo
July 21, 2014

Deliver Us From Evil is this year’s exorcism movie. (Hollywood is considerate in few ways, but at least it knows to spread these things out every twelve months.) To spare us from boredom, writer-director… 504 more words



Munich (2005)

Rating: 7.7/10 (150,585 votes)Director: Steven SpielbergWriter: Tony Kushner (screenplay), Eric Roth (screenplay), George Jonas (book)Stars: Eric Bana, Daniel Craig, Ciarán Hinds, Mathieu KassovitzRuntime: 164 minRated: RGenre: Drama, History, …


Director: Stefan Ruzowitzky

Eric Bana – Addison
Olivia Wilde – Liza
Charlie Hunnam – Jay Mills
Kris Kristofferson – Chet Mills

Rating: R

Rotten Tomatoes: 154 more words

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Monsters Are Such Interesting People - Deliver Us From Evil

Deliver Us From Evil (2014) Real life NYPD cop-turned-demonologist, Ralph Sarchie, wrote a book about his exploits, and this is the adaptation. Eric Bana from the crappy Hulk movie plays the cop, and the Soup’s own Joel McHale plays his wise- 239 more words

Deliver Us from Evil: Deliver Us from Poor Marketing

Deliver Us from Evil: Deliver Us from Poor Marketing

While not expecting to be leaping and cowering whilst watching Deliver Us from Evil, it was disappointing to see that Hollywood still suffers from repetitive idiocy when promoting horror films, in fact the title of this Sony “scary movie” could have been Deliver Us from Poor Marketing. 27 more words