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Ant-Man and the Wasp Review

After space aliens, magic, and time travel were introduced in Marvel’s ‘universe,’ it’s Ant-Man and the Wasp that feels the most ridiculous. Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) asks, “Do you …

Blockers Blu-ray Review

Unblocked Blockers is far too direct in its message. Liberal-minded conversation jabs the culture imbalance between young men and women’s sex lives. No human beings, under pressure, have conversations …

The Rake Review

A Nasty Monster Design Finally, someone has the good sense to turn the dreaded lawn tool into a terrifying instrument of evil. The horror market demands it. I foresee …

The Manor Review

Hokey Indie Horror Former WWE star Kevin Nash (John Wick) headlines this indie horror-thriller from Rhode Island. Filmmaker Jonathon Schermerhorn makes his directorial debut in this wacky genre movie …

Night Zero Review

Ol’ Smokey Periodically check your smoke alarms. It’s important. If you don’t, when the batteries near death, there’s a chance the alarm will continue to beep throughout an entire …

Avengers: Infinity War Review

Like Kevin Bacon? Infinity War makes it easier to appreciate how clean that first Avengers movie was. Another dozen plus Marvel outings on, there’s such a deluge of arcs …

A Quiet Place Review

… It’s 89 days into a hostile takeover by sound-sensitive creatures as A Quiet Place begins. Birds are gone. All of them. There’s not a single chirp passing in …

Rampage Review

Let’s Go Monstering No one speaks an intelligent word through all of Rampage. Rather, they blabber on about corporate badness, genetic gobbledygook, and hoo-ra America militarism. Oh well. At …

Ready Player One Review

Ready Non-Engagement A brief Ready Player One summary to start: It’s about a geeky, pop-culture obsessed kid who uses his knowledge of geekdom to get the girl and push …