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Halloween Franchise - Film Reviews

Halloween Franchise - Film Reviews

Phase 3 of my recent journey to watch all Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Halloween movies is complete. I watched all 10 Halloween films in the days leading up to Halloween. The Halloween (aka Michael Myers) franchise has always been my favorite of...

By Chris Lentz | Leave a Comment | Published 2 years ago
The Lego Batman Movie Official Trailer 4

The Lego Batman Movie Official Trailer 4

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Wonder Woman Official Trailer 2

Wonder Woman Official Trailer 2

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Office Christmas Party Official Trailer 2

Office Christmas Party Official Trailer 2

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T2: Trainspotting Official Trailer

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[Review] Kassel (2016, Short Film)

[Review] Kassel (2016, Short Film)

Kassel is an impressive first film by writer and director Earl Wayne Crabtree II. While it does have a few flaws, for the most part, it is a beautifully shot and well-acted short film. With this being Crabtree's first attempt at a short film, I was concerned that 1940's World War II Germany was going to be too great of a feat for him.

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A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise - Film Reviews

A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise - Film Reviews

Phase 2 of my recent journey to watch all Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Halloween movies is complete. I watched all 8 A Nightmare on Elm Street films (or Freddy films as some of you know them). These films are all over the place with regard to consistency. Some of them are scary and some of them are quirky.

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[Review] Creed (2015)

[Review] Creed (2015)

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Man Down Official Trailer

Man Down Official Trailer

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[Review] The Neon Demon (2016)

[Review] The Neon Demon (2016)

As with Drive (2011) and Only God Forgives (2013), this Nicolas Winding Refn directed film focuses heavily on stylization. Every frame of this stunning film is an incredibly thought-out piece of art. The film's visuals are paired perfectly with an incredible score by Cliff Martinez to...

By Chris Lentz | Leave a Comment | Published 2 years ago