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  • Cat's Eye

    ★★★½

  • Image of Victory

    ★★★

  • Benediction

    ★★★½

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    ★★★

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  • Cat's Eye

    Cat's Eye

    Review by Eric Hillis

    Though somewhat lost in the mix of Stephen King movies now, 1985's Cat's Eye was a big deal at the time, marking only King's second outing as a screenwriter. 1985 was the time I started reading movie magazines, and the image of the movie's goblin seemed to adorn every sci-fi and horror publication's front cover in the months leading to its release. King wasn't the only draw however. Returning to the King world was director Lewis…

  • Image of Victory

    Image of Victory

    Review by Benjamin Poole

    Firstly, a historical outline (cribbed from the usual sources):

    Founded in 1943, Kibbutz Nitzanim was an Israeli village enclosed by Arab localities. Under the United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine, the small area was located inside the enemy state, leaving Kibbutz Nitzanim completely isolated following December 31st, 1947. Under constant attack between 1947 to 1948, the Jewish farmers who worked on the kibbutz duly used old rifles and good old mut to defend the cooperative. Evacuation…

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  • Spectre

    Spectre

    Spectre is like one of those boutique magazines you find in hotel rooms and on passenger planes. It's printed on glossy paper, immaculately designed and packed with appealing products, but devoid of engaging content.

    Read the review by Eric Hillis

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Review by Eric Hillis

    Despite it making a gazillion dollars at the box office, George Lucas took onboard criticism of his Star Wars dialogue and promptly hired two of the best screenwriters about – Leigh Brackett and Lawrence Kasdan – to work on its sequel. After over 30 movies, Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige has yet to display any such self-awareness. As long as these things keep making money, who cares about the quality, right? The dialogue in the Marvel…