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Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again on Digital 10/9, 4K UHD, BLU-RAY™ & DVD 10/23

Celebrate the worldwide phenomenon and the sing-along event of the year with more music, more moments and more Mamma Mia! In MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN.

Screamfest Review: You Die – Appy Death Day

Horror movies have not been great at finding the terror in social media. Friend Request didn’t seem to know how Facebook actually works, and the Unfriended films struggle to keep everything happening ...

Screamfest Review: The Golem – Killing Them Gentilely

The mythology of different cultures contain unique creatures that could be the basis for horror movies. The Golem is a Jewish creature but it’s universal. Well, you may appreciate it a tiny bit more i...

Review: ‘Halloween’ And Another Return Of Michael Myers Provides Familiar Slasher Fun

John Carpenter’s 1978 horror classic, Halloween, sits on a pedestal with only so many others of its kind. While it’s easy to lump the franchise with others like it, I have always admired the way it ne...

7 Good
First Man (2018) - Movie Review

Review: ‘First Man’ Takes One Decent Step Towards Chazelle’s Trifecta

Matt Marshall reviews 'First Man,' director Damien Chazelle's follow-up to Academy Award winners 'Whiplash' and 'La La Land.'

7 Good

Review: ‘What They Had’ Is Decent Drama

Assembling a group of talented performers for a family drama centered on the decline in health of one of the parents is a familiar concept. You can say that about any genre, really, but if the stories...

6 Fair

Bride of Chucky 20th Anniversary: China Dolls

Chucky was the first horror franchise I felt ownership of. Freddy and Jason were already underway by the time I was brave enough to l watch them, but I got in on the ground floor when I begged my dad ...

Rudy 25th Anniversary: I Am Rudy

Rudy may have been the last underdog story that wasn’t about winning. Maybe The Full Monty if we exit the sports world. There’ve always been underdog movies about winning too, but have we lost the one...

Review: The Guilty Proves You Don’t Need A Ton of CG to Make an Intense Thriller

Staci Layne-Wilson reviews The Guilty.

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