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REVIEW – Leigh Whannell’s “The Invisible Man”: Rare Re-imagining That’s Equal Parts Relevant, Intelligent and Terrifying

The powerhouse production engine at Universal have always been synonymous with many cinematic icons over a century of entertaining the masses. Before the yellow Minions, realistic CG dinosaurs and unrealistic CG felines they had backed, there were monsters. Impressive creature features forever destined to break the mold of what’s become your typical sci-fi, horror, or mystery feature. After a pair …

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REVIEW – “Doctor Sleep”: Mind-Numbing King Sequel Fills its Own Tall Order

In a year that’s seen Stephen King’s best work from his 80s writing heyday soured somewhat by poor marksmanship, even if the direction was always with best intention, perhaps it’s a miracle the best was saved for last. The absolute best, like mind-blowing, mind-numbing best. Legitimate horror personified without needing to rely excessively on nostalgia or grotesque imagery to tell …

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REVIEW – “The Current War”: Perfectly Acted Battle for Electrical (and Ethical) Dominance Stalwart, But Slow

Look past the inherent fact that The Current War has been affixed to its figurative shelf for two years in the wake of Hollywood scandal, and there’s perhaps still a half-decent film to be discovered. A biopic chronicling the epic footrace during the 1880s and 90s, between giants of encapsulated energy Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, and George Westinghouse? Compelling Oscar …

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