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Rear Window (1954)

A suspenseful masterpiece that outclasses all modern films in its field. Whilst injured, Jeff routinely watches those living across him play out their peaceful lives but a small change makes him suspect murder. 343 more words


2016 Movie Countdown: Neighbors 2 - Sorority Rising (#37)

“It’s not working! You’re only making them sexier!”

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising is the sequel to the 2014 comedy starring Seth Rogen, Zac Efron.

A couple years after kicking the Delta Psi fraternity out from next door, Mac and Kelly Radner have finally managed to sell their house with the only obstacle being a 30-day escrow period for the new perspective buyers.

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Review: Split

Director M. Night Shyamalan has had a lot of disgrace in the past, but Split was a decent movie!

James McAvoy plays a man with a multiple-personality disorder who kidnaps three young girls for unknown reasons. 611 more words


Film Review: Silence

Silence is the story of two Portuguese Jesuit priests who go to Japan to find Father Ferreira, a priest that has gone missing when he ventured there months before, who it is rumoured has apostatised (renounced his religion). 275 more words


Manchester by the Sea

Directed by Kenneth Lonergan, Manchester by the Sea is a shattering yet graceful storyof loss, grief, and the complexity of forgiveness—not just forgiving other people who’ve caused you pain, but forgiving yourself for inflicting pain on others. 246 more words


Inaugural Feelin' Film Awards - Nominations

We love the community our listeners have formed. We love competing. And we love movies. So what better way to celebrate this than hosting our own awards show – for the people, by the people! 141 more words