Written Review
  • Dark Horse – Dragon Age: Magekiller #1

    Let me preface this review by saying that I am an enormous Dragon Age fan. It is one of my favorite franc ...

    Let me preface this review by saying that I am an enormous Dragon Age fan. It is one of my favorite franchises of all time and I have loved every game, yes even Dragon Age II. One thing that I enjoy a ...

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  • Spectre Review

    Spectre Review By: Carl Cottingham “The Dead are Alive.” These are the first four words audiences see at ...

    Spectre Review By: Carl Cottingham “The Dead are Alive.” These are the first four words audiences see at the beginning of Spectre. The words are crucial: they set the tone of the story and remind the ...

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  • Bridge of Spies Review

    Bridge of Spies Review by: Anthony Zangrillo   James Donovan. Prosecuted nazis during the Nuremberg ...

    Bridge of Spies Review by: Anthony Zangrillo   James Donovan. Prosecuted nazis during the Nuremberg Trials. Litigated numerous insurance law case for his prestigious firm. Acted as a consummate p ...

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  • PAN REVIEW

    Pan Review by: Anna Verhaegen edited by: Anthony Zangrillo Pan​ is the story of the Boy Who Never Grew Up ...

    Pan Review by: Anna Verhaegen edited by: Anthony Zangrillo Pan​ is the story of the Boy Who Never Grew Up, retold for a generation raised on the story of the Boy Who Lived. However, P​an,​ based on th ...

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  • Black Mass Review

    KILLING THEM WITH BLUE EYES by Anthony Zangrillo The anticipation surrounding Black Mass could rival a mi ...

    KILLING THEM WITH BLUE EYES by Anthony Zangrillo The anticipation surrounding Black Mass could rival a mid-level summer release. Centered on the fascinating true story of Boston Mafia Kingpin James “W ...

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  • The Boy Review

    written by Andres Eloy Sereno Hernandez edited by Koushik Paul In the middle of nowhere, Ted (Jared Breez ...

    written by Andres Eloy Sereno Hernandez edited by Koushik Paul In the middle of nowhere, Ted (Jared Breeze) and his father John (David Morse), run a decaying motel which visitors only arrive by accide ...

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  • Polytechnique Review

    written by David Caneppa edited by Koushik Paul Polytechnique is an independent film based on the 1989 ma ...

    written by David Caneppa edited by Koushik Paul Polytechnique is an independent film based on the 1989 massacre at Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal. The film does go on record to explain that the chara ...

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  • We Are Your Friends Review

    By Koushik Paul Edited by Anthony Zangrillo  This movie is targeting a specific audience, twenty-somethin ...

    By Koushik Paul Edited by Anthony Zangrillo  This movie is targeting a specific audience, twenty-something millennials who believe in the complexities of being a DJ. Thankfully, the film knows its aud ...

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  • Tom at the Farm Review

    by: Andres Eloy Sereno Hernandez edited by: E.R. Pulgar Sexually-charged, minimal and infused with violen ...

    by: Andres Eloy Sereno Hernandez edited by: E.R. Pulgar Sexually-charged, minimal and infused with violence and brutality, Xavier Dolan brings “Tom at the Farm,” an obscure psychological thriller that ...

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  • The Great Man Review

    By Miko Reyes Edited by Anthony Zangrillo Now streaming on Fandor: (https://www.fandor.com/films/the_grea ...

    By Miko Reyes Edited by Anthony Zangrillo Now streaming on Fandor: (https://www.fandor.com/films/the_great_man)   When it comes to independent films, it is an undeniable truth that France’s track ...

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