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    “THE REACH” (TIFF Review)

    THE REACH is a great work of pulp delirium masquerading as accessible mainstream entertainment. Starring, as it does, the son of Spartacus himself, legendary actor Michael Douglas (who also produced and developed the project) and baited for the ladies with youthful hard bodied hunk Jeremy Irvine (WAR HORSE), THE REACH exceeds its potentially pedestrian lure […]

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    Denis Villenueve’s “ENEMY” (Movie Review)

    Lynchian, as a term, is often used as synonymous with something that’s simply weird. Specifically though, the director’s surreal visuals balloon not out of randomness or an overly complex plot, but a basic idea; a core emotion. It’s the frightening pictures and strange scenarios that manifest in your subconscious as a result of our fundamental […]

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    San Diego! Get “SHARKTOPUS” Swag with Exclusive Comic Con Cocktails!

    If last year’s epic, Rondo-winning cover didn’t make it clear enough, FANGORIA finds any new Roger Corman project an entertaining prospect, to say the least. Now that the legendary producer of the wild and weird has found a home at Syfy, fright fans have the likes of Sharktopus and Pteracuda invading their houses, facing-off on […]

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    “RUBBERNECK” (Movie Review)

    As news stories about sociopaths whose actions seem unfathomable continue to permeate the media, perhaps it’s inevitable that thrillers concerned more with examining the devolution of their antiheroes’ minds than with the violence of their deeds should become a minitrend. This week’s example, RUBBERNECK, particularly foregrounds character over action, and cerebral thrills over the visceral […]

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