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  • She-Devils on Wheels

    She-Devils on Wheels

    ★★★

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

    "Sex! Guts! Blood! And all men are mothers!" - the rally cry of The Man-Eaters

    Previously on Splatter Matters: Herschell Gordon Lewis didn’t just bring the genre of Gore to America, he expanded upon it over and over again as he rapidly developed his craft - I haven’t mentioned this in the series yet, but the previous 8 films were all made over a 4 year period between 1963 and 1967. And those aren’t even the only movies he made…

  • I Am a Knife with Legs

    I Am a Knife with Legs

    ★★★★

    We did a screening of this at Milburn Stone Theater in conjunction with our podcast, I Like To Movie Movie, on July 15th. Thanks to Bennett Jones, the director/star/composer/editor/etc. for allowing us to screen his movie and doing a Q&A with the audience afterwards. We had a blast showing this to an unsuspecting audience that had no idea what they were in for.

    Upon first viewing, I was convinced this was an intentionally "bad" movie intended to land it a…

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  • The Guest

    The Guest

    ★★★★★

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

    I couldn't help myself. I'm going to be watching this again in a week or two for my podcast, but when it popped up as the first thing on my Netflix last night, I had to watch it again for the 4th time.

    This movie holds up to repeat viewings so well. All of the performances are really fun and get funnier and more interesting the more you watch it and invest in their individual stories. And the movie is…

  • Baby Driver

    Baby Driver

    ★★★★★

    The best concert I've ever been to.

    Truly incredible, and though it is likely Wright's most technically proficient film, it feels like the least showy. He's refining his technique to great effect and every second of this movie was pure joy for me. I bopped my head along for two straight hours.

    The best compliment a movie can get in Philadelphia is an attentive audience. We started with a particularly chatty crowd, who three minutes in were all glued to…