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David is a film aficionado from Colchester, Connecticut. He enjoys writing, reading, analyzing, and of course, watching movies. His favorite genres are westerns, crime dramas, horror, and sci-fis. He also enjoys binge-watching TV shows on Netflix.

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN: A Thriller Plagued By Unconstrained Direction & Performances

Bleak thrillers that satirize the modern nuclear family seem to be increasing in popularity in recent years. The most prominent example would obviously be Gone Girl,

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Hollywood seems to be stuck in an age of remakes and sequels. Though original films do exist, they are never as popular or successful as

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BLAIR WITCH: An Unimaginative, Unnecessary Sequel

The idea of the "secret sequel" seems to be a new marketing scheme in horror cinema as of late. Earlier this year, a sequel to

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I still fondly remember the day that was subsequently christened the "Miracle on the Hudson", when it was discovered that a plane successfully landed

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The Beginner's Guide: Buster Keaton, Director

When I was younger and just starting to get into classic film, I found a copy of The General at a local DVD store. Watching it later,

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THE DUEL: A Confused And Underwhelming Western

Though starring two A-list actors, The Duel went mostly under the radar when it was first released, opening to limited theaters and VOD. It's

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LIGHTS OUT: Interesting Concept, Poor Execution

Lights Out initially seemed to be promising. Though reminiscent of other horrors I have seen, the idea of a creature that only lives in

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THE INFILTRATOR: A Flawed Crime Drama Still Worth Your Time

In recent years, the gangster film seems to be a stale genre, with a majority of the films lacking any distinctive qualities. Last year's

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THE SHALLOWS: Walks the Line Between B-Movie & Tense Survival Thriller

Nearly everything about the film The Shallows seems to indicate that you wouldn't be at a loss for missing it in theaters. The premise of

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It's Space Jam week! Anyone familiar with voice acting will immediately recognize the name Mel Blanc. For decades, Blanc popularized the art of voice through

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