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Harlan County War: A Review by Nate Hill

Harlan County War is a rare little TV movie that takes a partly fictional look at the union wars in rural Kentucky during the 1970’s, when a plucky band of coal miners and their wives took to the picket line in attempt to establish better working and living conditions. 308 more words

Film Review

Detonator (1993)

aka Death Train from the novel by Alistair MacLean.

While this may be a film that shows it’s made for cable roots at a time when these films were considered second tier, it does present us with the chance to see three extremely well known actors share the screen. 592 more words

Daily Take

The Silence of the Lambs (1991)


In terms of its construction – in its carefully-selected cinematography that aligns the audience closely with Clarice Starling’s (Jodie Foster) point-of-view, in its ice-cold star turn by Anthony Hopkins, in its carefully-paced storytelling – … 184 more words

Film Reviews

Big Game Movie Review

“Say cheese” is the final line of Jelmari Helander’s Big Game and it’s an appropriate one because this Finnish director knows he’s paying homage to 80s/90s style PG-13 adventure in a tongue and cheek way. 401 more words


Joy Ride (2001)

Three young people on a road trip from Colorado to New Jersey talk to a trucker on their CB radio, then must escape when he turns out to be a psychotic killer. 80 more words

The Mangler (1995)

Tobe Hooper’s The Mangler is one of those curiosities of the horror genre that didn’t help the director’s damaged reputation. The 1995 motion picture comes after the filmmaker’s foray in television with the seldom-discussed… 638 more words