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As Above, So Below: Subterranean Terror (Review and Trailer)

As Above, So Below:  Subterranean Terror (Review and Trailer)

As Above, So Below may not be the first film to go into the catacombs underneath Paris but this version of subterranean terror certainly keeps the audience tensely on the edge of their seats throughout the entire movie experience. The Legendary Pictures and Universal Studios marriage has not delivered the scariest film of the year, […]

Land Ho! Not Grumpy Old Men (Review and Trailer)

Land Ho! Not Grumpy Old Men (Review and Trailer)

Sony Pictures Classics snapped up the distribution rights to Gamechanger Films’ Land Ho! a quiet amusing film about two not so grumpy old men who face their mutual “late-life” crisis together on a tour of Iceland. The men, one recently retired surgeon Mitch and his ex-brother-in-law Colin meet up after the latter’s second marriage dies. […]

Legends TNT Action Thriller Continues (Recap and Review)

Legends TNT Action Thriller Continues (Recap and Review)

In the TNT action thriller Legends Sean Bean’s character, Martin Odum, and his identity crisis continues at the same time that missions continue and Officer Tony Rice keeps hounding the FBI because he believes that Odum is a murderer. This intense plot sees the tension increase for Odum each week as the strain of being […]

Wizard Wars Episode Two (Recap and Review)

Wizard Wars Episode Two (Recap and Review)

Wizard Wars episode two, may have had new faces as the contestants, but the four in-house wizards were the same, Shimshi, Justin Flom, Gregory Wilson, and Angela Funovits. Show judges were, again, Penn Jillette and Teller along with magic critic and astronomer Christen Gerhart and illusionist Jason Latimer. Ellen Fox reprised her job as the […]

Face Off: Wizard of Wonderland (Recap and Review)

Face Off: Wizard of Wonderland (Recap and Review)

Episode 6 of season 7 Face Off: Wizard of Wonderland, aka Oz Meets Wonderland begins with the ten makeup specialists left after “Doc” O’Connell was sent home last week in the Animal Attraction challenge. Also during the last episode Damien got his first win of the series which made the show a bittersweet experience. In […]

The November Man: Pierce Brosnan Kills It (Review and Trailer)

The November Man: Pierce Brosnan Kills It (Review and Trailer)

As The November Man Pierce Brosnan “kills” in this post Cold War spy film where action replaces smooth moves and sterling wit. At 61, The former Bond and Remington Steele actor may have been deemed too long in the tooth to play 007, but the Brit performer shows he still has what it takes in […]

‘The Lottery’ Losing Interest?

‘The Lottery’ Losing Interest?

Lifetime’s The Lottery, which should be one of the most frightening shows on television, appears to be losing viewers as interest wanes. The premise of the series, based on worldwide infertility in the year 2025, seems to have missed the mark with audiences. It is interesting to wonder just why this one, out of all […]

The Last Ship Finale (Recap and Review)

The Last Ship Finale (Recap and Review)

Episode 10 of The Last Ship is the show’s finale and if looking at IMDb means anything, a second season has already been approved. However, before that happens the crew of the USS Nathan James have to cope with having been cured of the plague and trying to spread the vaccine across a country decimated […]

The Strain: For Services Rendered (Recap and Review)

The Strain: For Services Rendered (Recap and Review)

At the beginning of The Strain: For Services Rendered, Lawyer Joan Luss has a long awaited reunion with her husband while waiting for her kids to return from her housekeeper’s house. Before the unfortunate businessman makes his way home, he finds out that the entire area is practically deserted. Eph is still arguing against Abraham’s […]

The Maze Runner: Deadly Puzzle Solving Story

The Maze Runner: Deadly Puzzle Solving Story

The Maze Runner by James Dashner is, at the beginning of the series, a deadly puzzle solving story where a large group of boys must figure their way out of the huge maze they live in. At the start of the book the newest arrival to the world known as the Glade is confused and […]

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