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“Great warriors pray for a life of violence,” Richard Dreyfuss ominously says. “How much abuse can you really take? “Bayou Caviar” grapples with this question, following the journey of a former boxing champion who is rattled into a life of money,…

“Galveston,” the upcoming Mélanie Laurent -directed feature which received mention in our Fall Movie Preview, has now released a second trailer. Pulled from the Toronto International Film Festival rather last minute last week — the stars co…

If you guys were keeping track, you might have noticed that the last few weeks have been all about the fall festivals. All told, we posted approximately 50 reviews from TIFF and another 30-ish from Venice and Telluride. You would assume that by now tha…

“The Boogeyman is real, and now, he’s back.” The newest trailer for “Halloween” is perhaps the most simple, yet effective, of the bunch. Starting with grainy TV-style footage retelling the mythos surrounding Michael Myers and what he did to his sister …

Even though he was one of the most popular actors of his time, not much is known about Hervé Villechaize. In fact, people don’t even know where he’s from. Wikipedia, admittedly not the best of resources, started a social media controversy surrounding t…

The struggle faced by military families is well-known. When a loved one chooses life in the armed forces, that choice normally entails frequent, and long, deployments overseas. While many civilians only know about those incredibly emotional reunions ca…

One of the most anticipated films coming to this year’s Venice Film Festival was “The Sisters Brothers.” Not only were film fans excited by the idea of acclaimed director Jacques Audiard making his English-language debut, but he was doing it with four …

In August we wrote, “Ultimately, “‘Shirkers‘ is a film that should be experienced more than explained. That sounds like a cop out, but it’s an inspiring documentary about the process of filmmaking, the love of outsider art, but …

Between “To All the Boys I Loved Before,” “Set It Up,” and “Love, Simon,” 2018 has had some truly great and fun YA romcoms. And next on the list looks to be Carly Stone’s debut feature “The New Romantic.” Check out the official synopsis bel…

With the weather cooling and the nights getting longer, slowly but surely everyone’s thoughts are turning towards Halloween. For Sony Pictures though, the holiday is coming a little bit early with the release of “Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween.&…