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For this week’s Cinemavino, we watch Monster Squad! Sean Jordan, an expert on horror movies, stops by to share his insights.
I found the story to be both intensely-compelling and yet emotionally-wearying at the same time.
Good horror films should rattle your cage, and this one does a pretty good job of that.
Child’s Play has its share of genuine scares, but its best moments flaunt a cheerfully wicked sense of humor. This is cinematic junk food at its absolute finest.
Brightburn has some sturdy performances and a few scares, but mostly this is a paper airplane that spends 90 minutes flittering slowly to the ground.
The Intruder is a suspense movie that moves like molasses.
Pet Sematary continues the proud Stephen King tradition of transforming the idyllic Maine countryside into a hollow Transylvanian soundstage of smoke machines and howling wolves.
Us is one of those movies that will provoke polarized responses from audiences and lots of…
The Halloween franchise now spans forty years, long enough to spawn a host of terrible sequels, cheap…
“Movies are fun, but they are no cure for cancer.”
Greyhound represents a successful attempt to boil away unneeded ingredients and reduce the experience of war down to its essence. Read more…
The King of Staten Island (2020)
The movie takes Pete Davidson and moves him into an alternate reality, one where a tragedy has rendered him physically and spiritually inert. Read more…
The High Note (2020)
The High Note hums with real chemistry between the romantic leads and an infectious affection for good music that really put the hook in me. Read more…
The Assistant (2020)
"Of course I'm respectable. I'm old. Politicians, ugly buildings, and whores all get respectable if they last long enough." --… Read more…