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August 31, 2018

Shot from the point of view of computers and smartphones, “Searching” plays like a Hitchcock thriller with its timing, precision, and secrets. Written and directed by short film director Aneesh Chaganty, the movie keeps you glued from beginning to end. John Cho stars as a father named David Kim, who introduces to his happy life… Read More ›

The Little Stranger

Some of the best horror movies these days come from overseas, because they don’t rely on jump-scares or idiotic characters for box office dough. Examples include “The Babadook” and “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night;” and both of them are more sentimental and patient than campy. And now, we have an English Indie called… Read More ›


The best horror movie of the year, so far, has arrived, and that is “Hereditary.” This is no jump scare piece of crap; it’s a personal study that heads straight to Hell. You don’t know how lucky you are to have a thriller so riveting. Toni Collette stars as Annie, a mother and artist, whose… Read More ›

You Were Never Really Here

Let’s take a break from the whole Ad game a bit, and check out “Your Were Never Really Here,” a bold, thrilling, and visionary drama about a hitman with a troubled past, and his mission in life. When it comes to Indie films, these hitman movies are treated with such complex details and moral objections…. Read More ›


What you want out of a good murder mystery is the key elements you need to help solve it-the characters, the items, and the explanation of their whereabouts at the time of the murder. “Gemini” offers those elements with a twist at the end, and while certain things may throw you off a bit, you’re… Read More ›

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