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'Pixels' Movie Review by Van Roberts

Combine “Independence Day” with “Ghostbusters” and then insert Adam Sandler in another of his immature man-child roles as the hero, and you’ve got the premise of “Mrs. 996 more words

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"The Gallows" Movie Review by Van Roberts

The claustrophobic, found-footage, horror chiller “The Gallows” (* OUT OF ****) keeps you hanging for almost 8o minutes with nothing that might either shock or scare you. 981 more words

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Korean Rom-Com Flick 'My Love, My Bride' to be screened in the Philippines this August

SineAsia has announced through Facebook Video that the Korean Romantic-Comedy film ‘My Love, My Bride’ will be screened in Tagalized Version.

‘My Love, My Bride’ is set to premiere exclusively at SM Cinema branches starting August 5 and as a part of the ‘Korean Film Festival’ which is being distributed by VIVA International Pictures and Multi Vision Pictures Entertaiment Philippines. 221 more words

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Cemetery Gates #11 Creature from Black Lake (1976) - Backwoods (Geek) (1987)

AndroidVirus and Xander Kane review the worst in horror so you don’t have to! This week we are discussing two movies about horror in the woods and swamplands! 101 more words

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BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA: ESCAPE FROM SAN FRANCISCO—HERE COMES A MYSTICAL, ACTION, ADVENTURE, COMEDY, KUNG FU, MONSTER, GHOST STORY! By RICK BALDWIN

“Have ya paid your dues, Jack?” “Yessir, the check is in the mail.”-Jack Burton

With all of backlash in past weeks on social media from die-hard fan boys and cinephiles, it is unfortunately safe to say that a remake is in the works for an enjoyable film that is fine left untouched.  

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THE ‘BURBS: WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? By RICK BALDWIN

“Strange days have found us, 
Strange days have tracked us down…”—The Doors

It was my 10th birthday.  My mother treated me out for a night on the town to take in a flick followed by some awesome Mexican food.  

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'Big Game' Film Review by Gregmo Roberts

Sometimes when I screen a film for the first time I see something either so spectacular or so atrociously awful that I am reaffirmed as to why I write reviews in the first place. 459 more words

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