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Four friends go all in on murder in the modest direct-to-video suspenser ‘The Poker Club’

By Matthew E. Milliken
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March 30, 2017

The Poker Club is a modestly effective direct-to-video suspense film about four friends who struggle to hold their lives together after one of them accidentally kills a burglar. 447 more words

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AMERICAN VIOLENCE (2017)

 Greetings again from the darkness. Making a political statement is nothing new for movies; however, if a filmmaker takes a stance on a controversial issue, the final product needs to be insightful and compelling in order to make a difference. 350 more words

Drama

American Violence Debuts in Theaters, VOD and Digital HD on February 3

AMERICAN VIOLENCE

Debuts in Theaters, Video on Demand and Digital HD on February 3
Blu-Ray and DVD Release on March 14

Starring Bruce Dern, Denise Richards, Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau, Columbus Short, Johnny Messner, Michael Paré, and Featuring Stipe Miocic and Rob Gronkowski… 252 more words

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Tears Of The Sun (2003)

An American military unit is dispatched to extract a doctor and US national from a civil war torn region of Africa and is pursued relentlessly to the border by rebel forces. 213 more words

Film

Seagalmania: The Perfect Weapon (2016)

In my review of Killing Salazar, the subject of “scraping the bottom of the barrel” was raised with respect to Steven Seagal’s direct-to-video crop. The futility of said venture is clear, but every so often something comes along that blows even the soundest of concepts to hell. 593 more words

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