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  • Upgrade

    Upgrade

    ★★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Grey Trace is a man out of time. He'd rather stay in his garage and work on old school combustion engines while the rest of the world wants electric cars that drive themselves. As more and more people are augmenting their human bodies with computers -- like the work his wife Asha does for Cobolt -- he keeps himself 100% human. But his life is about to change.

    Grey has just finished a car for Eron Keen, a mysterious tech…

  • Hitler Lives!

    Hitler Lives!

    ★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Hitler didn’t die, but after World War II he was taken to Antarctica. However, plans fell apart and now his decaying zombie body is being kept in Adelaide, Australia while Dr. Josef Mengele prepares an alien-infused immortality serum for the Fuhrer. If you haven’t stopped been offended or stopped reading this by now, then you’re the audience for Hitler Lives!

    While Hitler rots away in his new bunker, the world has moved on. Once, governments and agencies worshipped him and…

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  • Assassination Nation

    Assassination Nation

    ★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Assassination Nation has no idea what kind of movie that it wants to be. It’s the kind of film that wants to desperately wants and needs to be important, to provoke you with sex and violence and provocative themes while at the same time giving you a list of potential trigger warnings before the story begins. And yet even that warning is shot in a winking way, like the square up before Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS. I doubt…

  • The Legend of Bigfoot

    The Legend of Bigfoot

    ★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    According to The Weirdest Movie Ever Made, the book we reviewed at the start of the week, the Patterson-Gimlin film may have made Patterson rich, but Gimlin at first wanted nothing to do with it.

    Yet according to author Phil Hall, "After Patterson's death, Gimlin approached his former partner's widow, Patricia Patterson, regarding the failure to provide him with the profits from the screenings of the Bluff Creek film. Unable to settle amicably with Mrs. Patterson, Gimlin filed a lawsuit…