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Time Traveller (2015) Review

Entertaining epic time travel romance. by Nav Qateel Time Traveller spans centuries and continents,

Galavant: Season 2

This just seems too entertaining, original and fun to be on network television! by

Friday the 13th: Ranking and Rating the Franchise

Friday the 13th: Ranking and Rating the Franchise by Bethany Rose If you're like

Martin’s 2015 TV Renewal Faves

May 7th gave me some reasons to cheer... by Martin Hafer Yesterday, my oldest

Vin Diesel Gets Furious

Diesel brings back franchise staple, Toretto, for round 7. Who better than Toretto himself, Vin Diesel,

Better Call Saul: Season 1 (Review)

A glorious homecoming or an ill-conceived second chance? It's hard to go back sometimes.

Oscar-Nominated Documentary Shorts 2015

A look at the Nominated Documentary Shorts for 2015. by Martin Hafer Of all

Death to Jar-Jar, Long Live Star Wars! (Opinion)

For Pete's sake, kill Jar-Jar already! by Martin Hafer A while back, the Disney

Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts 2015 – Part 2

A look at the commended animated shorts for 2015. by Martin Hafer Each year

Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts 2015

A look at the Oscar-nominated animated shorts for 2015. by Martin Hafer Each year

The Voices (Review)

Is Ryan Reynolds trying to dethrone Dexter Morgan? by Nav Qateel The ever-smiling, always

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (Review)

Time to soak up a Spongbob review. by Steve Pulaski If you were born

Last Days in Vietnam (Review)

Oscar contender Last Days in Vietnam certainly has what it takes to win. by

Black or White (Review)

Black or White may have more draw on your purse-strings than your heartstrings. by

Films by Will Ferrell You Have to See

A list of films by the ever-amusing Will Ferrell, you must see. by Martin

Utopia (TV Review)

Bizarre and highly entertaining by Ed Blackadder Note: It was recently announced that the

The Oscar-Nominated Live Action Shorts of 2015 (Review)

A review of this year's Oscar selection of Live Action short films. by Martin

Alien Outpost (Review)

Engrossing post-alien invasion documentary-style affair. by Nav Qateel In the year 2021 the Earth

Friends and the Art of Marathon Viewing

What Two Weeks of Dedicated Viewing Taught Me. by Bethany Rose Not that long

Toxin (Review)

A brave attempt at an over-complex horror-sci-fi-action flick. by Nav Qateel When extremely dangerous

Ghostbusters Reboot Gets All Female Cast Signed

Paul Feig's new Ghostbusters reboot now have its all female cast signed up. by

Plastic Galaxy: The Story of Star Wars Toys (Review)

While the documentary Plastic Galaxy may appeal to a very small audience, it is

Preservation (Review)

When you find that paintball just isn't enough... by Martin Hafer If you decide

Hansel Vs. Gretel (Review)

A strangely entertaining horror film that pushes all the right buttons. by Nav Qateel

Mommy (Review)

Mommy is very charming, sincere, and artfully directed in spite of its flaws. by

Cake (Review)

Dealing with sudden, traumatic loss leaves internal scars that that may never heal, but

The Atticus Institute (Review)

One of the better found-footage efforts. by Nav Qateel During the mid 1970s, a

Paddington (Review)

Paddington is decorated like Wes Anderson came over and micromanaged every set and every

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