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RANKING: SPIDER-MAN MOVIES

The first Spider-Man film bursted into cinemas in the summer of 2002 and was immediately a cultural phenomenon. It is now 2019 and we are on our eighth Spider-Man film, Spider-Man: Far From Home.  Is it a bit much? Maybe. If you think about it, we have nine Batman theatrical films …

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MOVIE REVIEW: ANNABELLE COMES HOME

The Conjuring franchise can be broken down into three segments.  The strongest segment features The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2, James Wan’s horror masterpieces.  The weakest segment belongs to The Nun, a scare-less movie that was the product of hype from The Conjuring 2’s main villain.  The middle segment, and …

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TOP 5: HORROR MOVIE FRANCHISES

It seems like every horror movie gets a sequel or a franchise.  From 80’s favorites like A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th to cinematic classics like Psycho and The Exorcist, it is incredibly rare for a horror movie to be a stand-alone, especially in today’s sequel-happy, cinematic …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Child’s Play (2019)

Since 1988, the demonic doll known as Chucky has graced the silver screen, murdering innocent people, getting married, having a kid, creating a cult, you know, the usual horror franchise stuff. But, much like most horror movies from the 80’s, the Child’s Play franchise has gotten a reboot, and much …

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TOP 5 – HORROR MOVIE REMAKES

It almost feels like every year we get a new horror remake.  From classics to schlocky horror films from the 80’s, no horror movie is immune to being remade, and 2019 is no different with the release of Child’s Play, the remake of the 1988 horror classic featuring the traumatizing …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Shaft

Shaft, a sequel of sorts to the 2000 film of the same name, exists for one reason and one reason only: for Samuel L. Jackson to hate on millennials, the internet, and the modern world and to prove that Shaft is the man.  This is Jackson’s version of The Mule …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Murder Mystery

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are back together for the first time in almost a decade with Murder Mystery, a fun, entertaining whodunit featuring great chemistry from Sandler and Aniston. Nick and Aubrey Spitz (Sander and Aniston) are a relatively boring, struggling couple living in New York. Nick is a …

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RANKING: X MEN MOVIES

Dark Phoenix, the twelfth installment in the X-Men franchise, comes out this weekend.  The X-Men franchise has been going strong for nearly twenty years, breaking into the cinematic world in the summer of 2000.  The franchise has had its share of ups and downs, but even when it’s bad, the …

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