Category Archives: Movie Review

Clown (2016) – Raw Review

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If news reports are to be believed, professional clowns are lamenting the imminent release of the IT remake later this fall. They argue that clowns too often are the victims of public enmity, subject to stereotypes that are perpetuated in popular cinema and the most horrific of true crime. Despite some validity to their argument, […]

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Spectral (2016) – Raw Review

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A Netflix original film that is far better than you could ever expect. Set in what can only be assumed is a near future, the story revolves around American troops who come under contact with apparitions of dead soldiers. Naturally standard light armor and infantry weapons do little against an enemy that is ethereal, so […]

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The Incredible Melting Man (1977) – Retro Review

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Genre film fans, particularly old genre film fans, tend to be very forgiving when discussing terrible films of yesteryear. Most old-timers, including myself, can always find redeeming values that overcome problems of writing, directing, acting, or budget to create an entertaining experience. Of course, there are exceptions, such as Birdemic!, where there are no redeeming […]

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Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse (2015) – Raw Review

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Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse isn’t going to get anyone their film-making merit badge. Scouts  is yet another offering in the zom-com genre, one that’s become saturated with lackluster and genuinely terrible films. Scouts doesn’t quite fall into the latter category but lackluster is an apt description for a film that for all purposes […]

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