Review – Yellowstone: Season 2 Episode 1 (2019)

Henry Hill takes a ride to the Dutton Ranch to review the first episode of Yellowstone season 2 titled ‘A Thundering.’ Yellowstone airs every Wednesday night on the Paramount Network.

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“A ranching family in Montana faces off against others encroaching on their land.”

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Review – Child’s Play (2019)

by Nile Fortner

In 2019, the horror icon Chucky stars in this 2019 reboot movie and an upcoming SyFy network television series that connects to the original series. This is because two different studios (Orion Pictures and Universal) are battling for the rights of the franchise and character. However, this reimagining of Child’s Play is how you do a reimagining, reboot, etc.

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Official Trailer and Poster! IRON SKY: THE COMING RACE – In Theaters July 19th

Following the devastating aftermath of nuclear war on Earth, a former Nazi Moonbase has become the last refuge for mankind. Limited supplies and overpopulation threaten the survivors until Obi, the leader’s daughter, finds a map pointing to a power buried deep under Earth’s wasted surface that could save mankind or destroy it once and for all. When an old enemy leads our heroes on an adventure into the Hollow Earth, they must fight an ancient shapeshifting reptilian race to save humanity.

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Official Trailer Premiere! – PHIL – In Theaters July 5th!

Phil, a depressed dentist whose life is falling apart, is shocked when one of his patients, a man who seemed to have the perfect life, kills himself. Determined to find out what would drive a man who had everything to end his life, Phil pretends to be a handyman and integrates himself in to the dead man’s life, befriending his wife and daughter. How long can Phil keep up this double life when he is already ready to end his normal one?

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Review – Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992)

by Armando Vanegas

I’ll never forget where I was when I first saw David Lynch’s Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. I was 13 years old in a pre-streaming world with the movie being the easiest way to access the show thanks to cable television. Seeing parodies of the show and the fact that I was a dedicated TV Guide reader, where the magazine often touted it as one of the great shows of our time, made me more curious about checking it out. When I finally sat down to finally enter this world on a late summer night in 2006, I despised it so much that I wished that I was in a theater with a drink so I could throw something at the screen with the nonsense I was being shown. Little did I know, for David Lynch’s stuff, being weird and nonsensical was a constant in his filmography.

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