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"The Hateful Eight" Film Review by Van Roberts

The world emerges as a hostile, inhospitable setting in writer & director Quentin Tarantino’s second western “The Hateful Eight” (**** OUT OF ****), and everybody but the innocent bystanders winds up getting what they deserve.  1,265 more words

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"Point Break" Movie Review by Van Roberts

Sometimes, the best thing a remake can do is remind you how inspired the original was.  Kathryn Bigelow’s rambunctious FBI procedural crime thriller “Point Break” (1991) followed a rookie G-man as he investigated a dauntless quartet of bank robbers on a crime spree that sported latex masks of past presidents.  973 more words

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Minnesota Indie Horror “Lake Runs Red” Releases 5th and Final Character Trailer "Paul" Today!

It’s tough being a father at times. Trying to stay strong as the unofficial head of the household because everyone turns to you. Watching your daughter grow up and dealing with her not being that baby girl you remember anymore. 686 more words

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BLACK CHRISTMAS: SILENT NIGHT, EVIL NIGHT By RICK BALDWIN

“’When the snow turns black
I’ll be back – I’ll be here,
Between the blinking of an eye
When the screams attack….”-Venom

With all of the deckin’ the halls, cooking, card sending, gift purchasing, and church vigils coming to a close this Christmas season, be sure to take time for yourself and unwind.   1,088 more words

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"Creed" Film Review by Van Roberts

Movie sequels thrive on similarity.  Sequels either carbon copy the original or follow-up it up with something similar but different.  “Fruitvale Station” writer-director Ryan Coogler’s “Creed” (***1/2 OUT OF ****), starring Michael B. 989 more words

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"Red Raccoon" Film Review by Xander Kane

Red Raccoon hails from the great state of Colorado where the weed is legal and the women are beautiful. This is clearly evident in this particular film. 541 more words

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Minnesota Indie Horror “Lake Runs Red” Releases 4th Character trailer "Melissa" today!

Some of the greatest movies of all time have had amazing stories of the underdog facing a challenge and overcoming odds to prevail, and become someone completely different by the end of the movie. 624 more words

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