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Review: ‘Dracula Untold’
The story that never needed to be told is now on Blu-ray and DVD.
Review: Ouija, Would You?
Playing the game in your bedroom is scarier than watching this movie.
Dear White People, Here’s a Movie Review
This racially charged satire poses lots of questions. But that's about it.
‘Exists’ Review: Why Messing with Big Foot is a Bad Idea
The Big Foot horror film from the director of The Blair Witch Project is now on DVD.
John Wick is Now on DVD. Here’s Why You Should Watch It.
Don’t kill John Wick’s dog. Because. He. Will. Find. You. And. He. Will. Kill. You.
A Review of the Good-But-Depressing ‘Calvary’
What would you do if a man told you he was going to kill you?
Brad Pitt’s ‘Fury’ Explodes Onto DVD
The war movie features intense, gritty action, but
Saving Private Ryan
it is not.
Overlooked Movie Alert: ‘Begin Again’
You probably didn't see Begin Again in theaters, but you should see it.
Will ‘Annabelle’ Freak Your Sh*t Out?
The prequel to The Conjuring is now on home video, but should you invite this doll into your house?
A ‘Starred Up’ Movie Review
Jack O'Connell starred in Unbroken, but he also starred in a good movie, too.
‘Into the Storm’ Review: Making Movies Without a Script
Tornado action is blown away by dialogue so bad we wonder if the movie even had a script.
‘Belle’ Review: Still Stodgy
If you like watching stodgy English people talk about stodgy English things, Belle is for you.
‘Men, Women & Children’ Now on DVD
From the director of Juno and Up in the Air comes a movie that isn't nearly as good.
The Two Faces of January: Wannabe Thriller
Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac star in this wannabe thriller, now on DVD.
Is ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones’ Worth the Stroll?
The Liam Neeson crime thriller hits DVD this week--is it worth seeing?
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Review: 'Annabelle: Creation'
Review: 'The Dark Tower'
'Detroit' Review: Powerful, but Missing Something?
'Atomic Blonde' Review: Slick, Stylish, but Not Smart