Color Out of Space review – Nicolas Cage shines in this trippy nightmare Far out, man

Color Out of Space comes as the return of director Richard Stanley 28 years after his last feature-length directorial venture,

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A Sun review – a complex story of fathers and sons In the Shade

New on Netflix today after enjoying a fair amount of success elsewhere, Chung Mong-Hong’s A Sun (Netflix) is a complex

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Airplane Mode review – who influences the influencers? Phone Home

I feel old. And a part of feeling old, as I’ve unenthusiastically discovered recently, is irrationally despising newfangled modern trends.

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What Did Jack Do? review – a surprise, typically surreal short from David Lynch Monkey See, Monkey Do?

Since dropping surreal short films on Netflix is in vogue now, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to

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Dolittle review – an impressively nonsensical disaster Speaking in Tongues

Dolittle is a film so brazenly incompetent and incoherent that salvaging it would take enough of a miracle to make conversing

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Primal review – a Nick Cage film you can easily enjoy while playing on your phone arseholes and animals

Nicolas Cage is the perfect pot luck actor: you can never tell whether the next film of his you watch

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Disturbing the Peace review – someone get Guy Pearce’s agent on the phone Keep Riding

Guy Pearce, seemingly in desperate need of a better way to occupy his time, stars in York Alec Shackleton’s small-town

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The Host review – a sneakily watchable knockoff that quickly loses the plot Enjoy Your Stay

I suspect I enjoyed Andy Newbery’s Hitchcockian thriller The Host a bit more than many will, in part because I’m partial to

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Bad Boys For Life review – a surprising sequel that was worth waiting for What you gonna do?

As it turns out, the best way to contemporize an iconic Michael Bay movie is to have someone else direct

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A Fall From Grace review – a hysterically bad thriller from Tyler Perry Objection

Through sheer coincidence, I found myself watching Tyler Perry’s A Fall From Grace (Netflix) less than 24 hours after watching Destin Daniel

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Live Twice, Love Once review – an earnest but uninspiring Spanish dramedy Forget Me Not

First impressions aren’t everything, but a gratingly nonsensical title like Live Twice, Love Once (Netflix) deserves some ire all the same.

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Ni No Kuni review – a lifeless video game adaptation No No No

Anyone with even a passing knowledge of video game adaptations on the big or small screen can’t have been holding

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Eye for an Eye (Quien a Hierro Mata) review – a showcase of Spanish filmmaking talent and tension Blood and revenge

When I stepped up to review Eye for an Eye, I did so based on the briefest of descriptions and

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Women of Mafia 2 (Kobiety Mafii 2) review – more silliness, violence and sun Gang Bust

Maybe it goes without saying, but watch Kobiety Mafii before you watch Women of Mafia 2. This one follows not

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Women of Mafia (Kobiety mafii) review – Eurotrash violent fun Pole chancing

If you like European drama but would prefer it to be more sleazy than artsy, Patryk Vega’s Kobiety Mafii may

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Like a Boss review – who’s to blame for this confused female-friendship comedy? Kiss and Makeup

Let’s not waste anyone’s time here — Like a Boss isn’t a good movie. It’s pandering and derivative, it wastes a good

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Underwater review – Kristen Stewart takes a plunge into a Lovecraftian nightmare It's Not That Deep

William Eubank’s confidently no-nonsense Underwater doesn’t give you time to find your sea legs, and perhaps that’s just as well — paying

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