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I love movies almost as much as I love Coffee... and David Lynch.

Creed II – The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall

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Burning – Lighting Up The Silver Screen

Burning is quite a lot of things. It is most notably South Korean director/screenwriter/novelist, Lee Chang-Dong’s first film in almost a decade.

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TIFF 2018: Dead Souls Review

This will be one of many reviews during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. If you would like to keep up with our content, click here.

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TIFF 2018: Firecrackers Review

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TIFF 2018: The Wind Review

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TIFF 2018: The Standoff at Sparrow Creek Review

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TIFF 2018: The Fall of the American Empire Review

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Searching – A Nail-Biting Voyeuristic Thriller

There could be a few anxious statements to be made while being informed about Aneesh Chaganty’s directorial debut,  Searching. One of the most understandable questions most likely being “aren’t we beating a dead horse?”.

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Papillon – A Perfectly Fine Picture

Even though I’m a sucker for biopics and bloated costume dramas, I never really paid much attention to Papillon.

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The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time – All The Novel is Lost

We all must accept the fact that Sharknado is basically a household name at this point. Anthony C. Ferrante created something that sparked an aberrant cult following and spawned five sequels, making it quite possibly the biggest mammoth that TV film has to offer.

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