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ANNABELLE: CREATION review

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Here’s How it All Began

Over the last few years, horror franchises have undoubtedly become more intricate and inter-woven; thus is the case with “The Conjuring” Universe, based on the exploits of Ed and Lorraine Warren.  “Annabelle: Creation” further builds the (based on a true story) horror universe by showing us how the famous Annabelle doll was created.  A father works, building dolls all day in small town with his young daughter and wife.  One day, tragedy Continue reading

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A GHOST STORY review

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It’s All about Time

What happens to our loved ones after we leave them?  “A Ghost Story” follows that depressing topic as a young couple, struggling through life, are searching for more.  C and M seem to be reaching an agreement on their future life when tragedy strikes.  C is struck and killed Continue reading

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DUNKIRK review

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When 400,000 Men Couldn’t Get Home, Home Came For Them

One of the most heroic and unlikely events of World War II is showcased in Christopher Nolan’s newest film, “Dunkirk”.  A group of 400,000 Allied soldiers, consisting of French, Belgian, Canadian, and mostly British soldiers, were surrounded in Dunkirk, France by the German army, pushing them to the beaches.  The film follows three distinct Continue reading

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VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS review

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Welcome to the Future!

Luc Besson’s latest, “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets”, takes place a few hundred years into the future where many great Worlds have grown-together and established a metropolis colony named Alpha.  Alpha’s inhabitants represent over 1000 different planets, with 4 distinct regions to live in.  Next we are introduced to a young pair of special operatives, Valerian and Laureline.  Off on a secret mission to Continue reading

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WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES review

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For Freedom.  For Family.  For the Planet.

It’s been 15 years since the outbreak of the Simian Flu that plagued humanity began.  In “War for the Planet of the Apes”, Caesar continues to lead his fellow apes in the War against the human forces.  After an attack that leaves many dead, both humans and apes, Caesar allows those he took prisoner to return safely.  With fellow apes urging Caesar Continue reading