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  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    ★★★★½

    More and more for me, Quentin Tarantino has become my most anticipated director. I always look forward to seeing what he will do next, and what level of craziness and comedy he will deliver. I have been highly anticipating Once Upon A Time in Hollywood since I first heard about it last year, and I am happy to report, it does not disappoint. I loved absolutely everything about this film. The entire cast and acting is amazing, the story, writing,…

  • Get My Gun

    Get My Gun

    ★★★★

    Wow. So this movie is bat shit crazy, brutal, insane, and wildly satisfying. I loved every minute of it. If you wonder; will it go there? Um, yep... it will. Moments of very dark comedy mixed with sickening moments of brutality, and ever so satisfying moments of justice and revenge. This movie is very small and simple, yet so effectively satisfying. This is clearly low budget, but the performances and film making are just raw and amazing. This is a must see for any fan of horror or revenge flicks.

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  • Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

    Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

    ★★★½

    I was a bit worried when I found out this was a PG-13 rated horror movie, but after all, it is based on a series of books I discovered in 3rd grade, and that my daughter also discovered years later around the same age. Well luckily, this is a bit of a hard PG-13, and while it is not super gory, it definitely pushes the limits of that rating with some strong creepy imagery and liberal use of the word…

  • Blood Harvest

    Blood Harvest

    ★½

    This movie is just complete trash. It's not even good in that 1980's so bad it's good way, it's just so bad it's bad. All the nudity felt like it was jammed in there because the movie just wasn't that good, so maybe if it had some full frontal, at least there would be that as a selling point. The acting was very middle of the road, and after the first 20 minutes, I barely cared about the story. Clearly…