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Review: Get Out

Written and directed by Jordan Peele of “Key and Peele” fame, “Get Out” is the directorial debut from the sketch show comedian. Peele seems to have done his horror homework because his first feature achieves what many movies in the genre fail to do; create an atmosphere of tension that doesn’t rely on jump-scares to unsettle the audience. 591 more words


Get Out

Year: 2017
Directed By: Jordan Peele
Written By: Jordan Peele


Here we have another movie featuring the nefarious and spooky element of hypnosis. This time around that hypnosis is simply a precursor for the real horror to come. 837 more words


Get Out

Among the United States’ shortcomings, few are as pernicious as its racial divide, forged in a history of slavery, civil war and systemic racism, and fueled by an ongoing animosity over a lack of consensus over how different Americas existing for different sets of Americans. 959 more words


The 40 Year Old Virgin

Two bottles of J&B but no virgins in this shot.


Being John Malkovich - Review


As human beings, we all carry some sort of fascination with celebrity culture and it’s natural to wonder what the sort of lifestyle must be like. 1,038 more words

Film Reviews

Exclusive Interview with Nicole Holofcener about 'Enough Said'

With movies like “Lovely & Amazing,” “Friends with Money” and “Please Give,” Nicole Holofcener has firmly established herself as a filmmaker with a unique voice. In a time where romance and relationship movies are being critically and commercially crucified, her films are wonderfully refreshing as they feature characters who feel real, are remarkably down to earth and have flaws we can all understand and relate to. 1,278 more words

Schizopolis (1996) Goes Hollywood: Full Frontal (2002)

When Steven Soderbergh filmed the largely improvised, aggressively irreverent Schizopolis in the mid-90s, he seemed to be deliberately disrupting the flow of his career. After a few consecutive big budget duds failed in wide release, the director returned to the themes & means of his popular debut, … 898 more words

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