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Movie Review – ‘Spiral: From the Book of Saw’ is an inattentive copycat

In Movie Reviews, Reviews, Theatrical Releases by MontiLee StormerLeave a Comment

Spiral: From the Book of Saw (2021) is rated R for people getting hit with trains, fists, and projectile glass, finger-ectomies, orphaned human flesh, broken bones, lots of shootings, lots of blood, rotting pigs, and a marionette that could never be Billy. If you’re still a little raw from the recent spate of real cops acting bady, maybe sit this one out. It’s not the closure you’re expecting.

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TV Review – ‘Wipeout’ pummels contestants in return to TV

In Episodic Releases, Reviews, TV Reviews by Mark EatonLeave a Comment

The big balls are back, baby! ‘I like big balls, and I cannot lie’ would have been a more fun pilot title, but what’s most important is that America’s favorite obstacle course competition series Wipeout is back with TBS’s reboot of the late 2000’s hit game show. Wipeout airs Thursdays at 9/8c on TBS, with the debut episode set to air on April 1st.

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Movie Review – ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ doesn’t pull any punches

In Movie Reviews, Reviews, Streaming Releases, Theatrical Releases by Chris Giroux1 Comment

Look. I could just be fatigued by social distancing and our shutdown existence, but I was hanging on the edge of my recliner from beginning to end. Is Godzilla vs. Kong perfect? Nope. But it is the best entry and a most fitting end to the franchise. Adam Wingard created the thing we wanted all along: big, dumb, popcorn-chomping monster fights that we can see and feel (with the proper conditions).