Review: Dylan Dog

There are films that are intended to be midnight movies from the very beginning, appealing to the “cult movie” or “b movie” crowd starting with the opening title and first scene. Dylan Dog: Dead of Night is definitely one of those films, a movie that’s full of dry voice over commentary, self-referential film jokes and […]

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Review: The Conspirator

We all know that the actor and Confederate sympathizer John Wilkes Booth (played in The Conspirator by Toby Kebbell) assassinated US President Abraham Lincoln (Gerald Bestrom) and was later killed during capture by Union soldiers, but did he work alone? It’ll come as a surprise to many people that he was part of a much […]

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Review: Source Code

When you die, the last eight minutes of your life remains electromagnetically imprinted in your brain. If you could inject someone into that persistent time memory and pull them back afterwards, you could send investigators into crises just before they happened and have them identify who committed the crime. It’s a fascinating premise for a […]

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