The Invisible Man (2020)

“Don’t let him win by bringing him back to life.” That’s a statement Cecilia Kass (Elisabeth Moss) hears from Tom (Michael Dorman), a lawyer who happens to the brother of Cecilia’s husband, millionaire tech whiz entrepreneur Adrian (Oliver Jackson-Cohen). A tumultuous marriage between the two has seemingly seen its conclusion, punctuated by Cecilia walking away […]

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Underwater (2020)

What’s worse, being stranded in space or Underwater? The argument can be made that at least space is visible. On a scientific expedition many leagues under the sea, a rig gets hit hard with an anomaly, making the ship unusable and unsafe for living. Evacuation is an obvious must, though all routes to escape are […]

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Uncut Gems

The power of the rock will always remain unparalled and undefeated. New York City jewelry store owner Howard Ratner (Adam Sandler) has managed to secure a rare, beautiful rock that has embedded in it valuable gems that hook anyone who looks at and holds the rock. They feel powerful…which is how Howard feels when Kevin […]

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Scream 2: 5 Reasons to Watch

Scream 1996 really did inject a ton of energy into what was a flailing horror genre, creating a new slasher villain that, if not quite on par with Freddy, Jason, and Michael Myers, is damn close. Director Wes Craven’s feature was equal parts of honoring what came before it, along with deconstructing what audiences generally […]

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The Lighthouse (2019)

T Killing a seabird. Invokes as much bad luck as spilling the salt. In 1890’s offshore New England, old and creaky lighthouse keeper Thomas Wake (Willem Dafoe) hires young wickie Ephraim Winslow (Robert Pattinson) to do menial work around the property for one month. Tom gets a younger hand, and Ephraim—aka “Lad”—gets to learn the […]

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Ad Astra

If the answers we seek may just be outside our reach, what does that imply about the questions? Following in the footsteps of his father, legendary astronaut Doctor H. Clifford McBride’s (Tommy Lee Jones), Major Roy McBride (Brad Pitt) has carved quite the resume himself, repeatedly proving to be the coolest customer in the hottest […]

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Midsommar (2019)

Everything is fishy in Sweden. Graduate student Dani (Florence Pugh) finds herself reeling into an abyss after a devastating one-two combination of real-life happens. First, she discovers the aftermath that hits home rather deep. Second…well, the second hasn’t happened yet. Her four-year relationship with boyfriend, Christian (Jack Reynor) is on the ropes. She feels it […]

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Pet Sematary (2019)

The barrier isn’t meant to be broken. Sometimes the big, bad city is draining to a family’s well-being, and that’s where the Creeds stand. Doctor Louis Creed (Jason Clarke) and matriarch Rachel (Amy Seimetz) have decided to move their children, Ellie, (Jeté Laurence) and Gage (Lucas Lavoie) from Boston, Mass to substantially smaller Ludlow, Maine. […]

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Greta

Everything has an end, even companionship. Frances McCullen (Chloë Grace Moretz) is still reeling after the recent loss of her mother. She’s attempting to start anew in Manhattan, leaving Boston and her father behind, and getting by on waitressing and getting some assistance from her best friend/roommate, Erica (Maika Monroe). As many New Yorkers do, […]

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Happy Death Day 2U

And we don’t give a f*** it’s not your death day! After breaking free of the unexplained Groundhog Day-esque events in living and dying over and over repeatedly at the hands of the same killer on her birthday, it’s finally a happy day for college student Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe). She’s emerged from the fiasco […]

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