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  • The Bray Road Beast

    The Bray Road Beast


    Breedlove continues to produce pretty good Cryptid documentaries; production-value-wise, this is one of his best efforts yet, though the tale doesn't quite live up to the hype he and his crew try to build around it. I guess nothing can ever top his Mothman documentary for me, though this is ooky-spooky enough to be worth a watch; maybe I just don't care about werewolves as much as I care about giant moth-bird men from outer space. Most of them are…

  • Pyewacket



    "I tried to weave this theme...that we are our own worst enemy...such an innocuous, such a little decision she made unraveled a disaster, which happens in many people's lives, in different ways." --director Adam MacDonald in this interview.

    "I watched so many documentaries, read “The Left Hand Path,” Aleister Crowley, “The Book of Shadows,” some dark shit, man, and it kind of scared me. I went to a couple of really authentic magic stores that aren’t very playful. They’re very…

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  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049


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

    A preface to my review (please read this, thanks): at the beginning and the end of the screener I attended, my fellow critics and I were read a statement by Villenueve (at the beginning) and a list (at the end) of things he requested we not discuss in our reviews about the innerworkings of this film, namely, virtually every major plot point. If I recall correctly, his reasoning was he wished all moviegoers to see this organically, without knowing the…

  • It



    If there's a lingering, vague sense of disappointment regarding this film lurking somewhere in my soul, it's due to the fact that the first half of Muschietti's vision (yes, this is part one of two, dealing with the first time the Losers confront Pennywise while they're still kids--Part 2 will deal with what happens to them as adults) for one of King's most notorious novels comes so fucking close to being perfect, yet that five-star experience slipped through my fingers…