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- 07/06/18--15:21: _Ant-Man and The Wasp
- 07/09/18--18:16: _A Quiet Place
- 07/13/18--13:19: _Sorry to Bother You
- 07/17/18--11:52: _Video: Won’t You Be...
- 07/31/18--16:00: _Video: Teen Titans ...
- 08/02/18--10:27: _Mission: Impossible...
- 08/06/18--19:45: _Video: Three Near-...
- 08/09/18--08:23: _Here to be Heard: T...
- 08/13/18--13:33: _Avengers: Infinity ...
- 08/16/18--15:21: _BlacKkKlansman
- 08/17/18--15:23: _Crazy Rich Asians
- 08/23/18--18:55: _24 x 36: A Movie Ab...
- 08/23/18--19:06: _JEANNE DIELMAN or: ...
- 08/30/18--08:35: _Video: Scream Facto...
- 09/07/18--12:12: _The Nun
- 09/11/18--09:04: _Hunger – A Triumph ...
- 09/17/18--14:11: _The Predator
- 09/18/18--08:09: _The Miseducation of...
- 09/21/18--07:52: _A Simple Favor
- 09/24/18--14:59: _Reboots Rule
- 07/06/18--15:21: Ant-Man and The Wasp
- 07/09/18--18:16: A Quiet Place
- 07/13/18--13:19: Sorry to Bother You
- 07/17/18--11:52: Video: Won’t You Be My Neighbor
- 07/31/18--16:00: Video: Teen Titans GO! To the Movies
- 08/02/18--10:27: Mission: Impossible – Fallout
- 08/06/18--19:45: Video: Three Near-forgotten Aquatic Monster Thrillers
- 08/09/18--08:23: Here to be Heard: The Story of The Slits
- 08/13/18--13:33: Avengers: Infinity War – The Blu-ray Release
- 08/16/18--15:21: BlacKkKlansman
- 08/17/18--15:23: Crazy Rich Asians
- 08/23/18--18:55: 24 x 36: A Movie About Movie Posters
- 08/23/18--19:06: JEANNE DIELMAN or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Boredom
- 08/30/18--08:35: Video: Scream Factory and In the Mouth of Madness
- 09/07/18--12:12: The Nun
- 09/11/18--09:04: Hunger – A Triumph of Pain and Art
- 09/17/18--14:11: The Predator
- 09/18/18--08:09: The Miseducation of Cameron Post
- 09/21/18--07:52: A Simple Favor
- 09/24/18--14:59: Reboots Rule
By keeping the focus contained to these characters instead of the larger Universe, Ant-Man and the Wasp forms a comfortable little utopia of its own. Fresh off the heels of the biggest domestic superhero movie ever (Black Panther) and the biggest opening weekend of all time (Avengers: Infinity War) comes something considerably subdued from Marvel
A Quiet Place is one of the best thrillers of the year, using family drama to create stakes that take the horror to great heights. As we sat down in the theatre to enjoy a horror movie together, a very rare occurrence, my boyfriend turns to me and says “I’ll know if it’s good if
Whoa. What did we just see? If you’re tired of the summer season bloat there’s nothing more refreshing than Sorry to Bother You out there. Get the kids a sitter and munch down on an edible (if that’s your thing) – Sorry to Bother You is the trippiest, wildest movie of the year so far.
Craig takes a look at an uplifting film that doesn’t make the cut to brilliant documentary, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, the Mr. Rogers film. Here’s my patented fast video review of the Mr. Rogers documentary, Won’t You Be My Neighbor.
Here’s our short, spoiler-free review of Teen Titans GO! To the Movies. A fun little movie that has a lot to say about superhero movies.
Who wants character development in a Mission Impossible movie? Not us. There’s a dazzling array of stunts on display, a high watermark for action cinema. The Mission: Impossible film series has come a long way. In fact, if you sat down and watched the original 1996 film, then immediately went to see Mission: Impossible –
In our latest vlog, Mitch from The Terror Table remembers three near-forgotten aquatic monster thrillers, in anticipation of The Meg. Orca, Alligator, and Deep Rising!
Here to be Heard: The Story of The Slits is a well made music documentary about the British punk band, The Slits (of course, duh). Long before there was Pussy Riot in Russia, there was the British band, The Slits. The Spice Girls may have been cutesy talking about “Girl Power,” but it was the
We check out the new blu-ray release of Avengers: Infinity War. Disney is doing a bang up job of bringing back physical media special features. One of the most widely anticipated blu-rays of the year landed in my hot little hands last week — Avengers: Infinity War. It comes out Tuesday, August 14th on blu-ray
Spike Lee is back with one of his best film in years, the sort of true story of Ron Stallworth and the Ku Klux Klan. The fascinating case of Detective Ron Stallworth in 1970s Colorado is no exception to the rule that truth is stranger than fiction. In this movie, the bones of Stallworth’s true
We’re not sure how we feel about the appropriateness of the title, Crazy Rich Asians, but it’s a movie you can go see. Dan did. There is little new or inspired about the basic plot and structure of Crazy Rich Asians. The movie features what are really the same romantic-comedy genre tropes we’ve known for
While it begs for a sequel that digs a bit deeper, film and design nerds will love this documentary about the creation of movie posters. Film posters used to be exciting. They weren’t merely photos of the stars dressed in costumes layered on top of each other with the film’s name underneath, they were luscious
Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles is one of the most challenging, celebrated films in history. Also, boring. But boring isn’t always bad. The average North American watches an average of 304 minutes of television per day. That’s 2,128 per week, 9,120 per month, and 110,960 per year. With televisions passively glanced at
In this vlog, Craig and Mitch talk about Scream Factory’s boutique home video line, and the release of John Carpenter’s In the Mouth of Madness.
If The Conjuring was the high watermark in this universe, we’re down to the dregs with The Nun, a movie that’s bland but occasionally fun. The latest entry in a horror cinematic universe that began five years ago with The Conjuring is somewhat like its unimaginative title: The Nun keeps it short, drives home the
It’s been 10 years since Steve McQueen’s brutal film, Hunger, a film that looks at pain, politics, and the moral ambiguity of right and wrong. Can cinema truly capture the essence of pain? I mean, of course films can depict the experience of physical or emotional pain via mise-en-scene. We’ve all seen horror films; we’ve
Shane Black’s new take on Predator is a dull, DOA train wreck. It seems that no one can really make a go of this franchise. It’s been 31 years since Arnold Schwarzenegger told us to “get to tha choppa!” in 1987’s Predator. Sci-fi fans have been dreaming of a worthy follow-up ever since. We’re all
It may not be one of the great masterpieces of 2018, but The Miseducation of Cameron Post is well made and thoughtful enough to resound. I think a great deal of audience members will sit down to watch The Miseducation of Cameron Post, a film depicting a gay conversion camp in the 90s, essentially knowing
A Simple Favor hits a lot of different notes well. It may not be packed with wholly original ideas, but it’s definitely worth a watch. How far would you go for a friend? That’s the question Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) faces daily after her best friend Emily (Blake Lively) suddenly disappears (it’s also Michael Jackson’s theme
We think about reboots by looking at a few recent films that are bringing back an older property. Some, destined to be classic, some not. Films are the perfect form of entertainment. There’s music, dance, drama, fights, comedy, basically a bucket full of emotions all tightly packed into a couple of hours that can be