Review – The Black Phone (2022)

Children are being abducted and killed in a small Denver suburb by a prowler known as “The Grabber” (Ethan Hawke). When teenager Finney gets abducted, a mysterious black phone begins to ring in the room he is held captive in. Logan and Henry answer the call and review the new horror film from director Scott Derrickson, The Black Phone.

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“A novel by Joe Hill adapted for the big screen following Ethan Hawke as a sadistic masked killer who kidnaps Finney Shaw. A shy 13 year old who’s placed in a soundproof basement where a disconcerted phone rings and Shaw can hear the voices of the killer’s previous victims.”

Review – The Black Phone (2022)

Is The Black Phone worth answering? In this movie review, Nile shares his thoughts on Scott Derrickson’s The Black Phonenow playing in theaters.
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A novel by Joe Hill adapted for the big screen following Ethan Hawke as a sadistic masked killer who kidnaps Finney Shaw. A shy 13 year old who’s placed in a soundproof basement where a disconcerted phone rings and Shaw can hear the voices of the killer’s previous victims.

Review – Old (2021)

M. Night Shyamalan returns to the director’s chair for his newest thriller Old, and the two rascals got a chance to watch the film. Enjoy their spoiler-free video review now.

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“A family on a tropical holiday discovers that the secluded beach where they are relaxing for a few hours is somehow causing them to age rapidly reducing their entire lives into a single day.”

LETO (2019) – Interview with Michael and Lily Idov

by Logan Myerz

It’s officially the first day of Summer and there’s no better way to celebrate the hottest season of the year than watching the new film Leto. The films title which is Russian for “summer,” tackles a rock ‘n’ roll daydream based on the early days of the famous Soviet-Korean musician Viktor Tsoi, his musician friend Mike Naumenko, and Mike’s wife Natalia. This creates a somewhat complex music love triangle between the three individuals that adds substance to the early 80’s Soviet music scene. The black and white frames used in the film is painted beautifully to describe youth, rebellion, freedom, love, and the oppression that was occurring at that time in the Soviet Union.

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BUSHWICK will play the Cannes Film Festival ​To​night!

BUSHWICK first premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2017 and will play the Cannes Film Festival tonight. The film stars Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy), Brittany Snow (Pitch Perfect), Angelic Zambrana (Precious), and Jeremie Harris (“Legion”). BUSHWICK was directed by Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott and written by Nick Damici and Graham Reznick.

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