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February Films Beckon

February, the month of love, returns to us with pretty much no romantic films for its entire duration. Not to worry – there are still plenty of good movies to enjoy for a Valentine’s Day date, or just as a way to escape the cold for a little while.  Right out the gate, we have Knock at the Cabin. Directed...

The January Blues

Uh oh, it’s January! The month of sadness is here – because the sun is still going down too early and some of the worst movies wind up coming to theaters. Let me warn you, the selection is a little bleak this month. I have a choice few to share with you, along with some older recommendations to balance...

A Jam-Packed Finale

December is here, it’s stacked, and I don’t have time for an intro because there are too many films! First up is Pinocchio, a stop-motion animated musical from Guillermo del Toro. Starring newcomer Gregory Mann as Pinocchio, the film looks to retell the 1883 story made famous by the 1940 Disney adaptation. The rest of the cast is A-list, with...

Pristine Cinema Beckons

As the end of year approaches, the big Oscar contenders tend to roll out en masse. But don’t you worry, we’ve got some non-Oscar bait films this month as well, and they look just as excellent.  Starting the month off right, sit back and enjoy Weird: The Al Yankovic Story. Starring Daniel Radcliffe as the titular Weird Al, the film...

Oscar Season Begins

October has arrived with all its spookiness – and hopefully some cooler weather! Although only one film on this month’s list has any horror elements, there are still plenty of excellent films to see as Oscar season gets underway. First up is a drama titled Tár. Starring Cate Blanchett as the titular, renowned classical music conductor and composer Lydia Tár,...

The Draws of Summer Cinema

June has arrived! As we take a moment to realize we’ve (somehow) entered the sixth month of a year that feels like a repeat of the last two, let us reflect on some of the weird, wacky and wild movies hitting theaters in the coming weeks. First up, a biographical comedy film titled Phantom of the Open. Based on real...

May’s Offerings

The fifth month of the year has shuffled its way down the line, and I may or may not have some movies for you to check out! (Sorry, writing differing intros gets difficult so you may just have to deal with these puns for now … maybe.) Starting with another Marvel tent-pole film, the month opens with Doctor Strange in...

Springtime Cinema

We enter April filled with anticipation and hopefulness for a normality we have not felt in a long while. This month brings a lot of atmospheric and horror-centric films, so grab the popcorn and a hand to hold – we’ve got some wild ones! Starting with the spooky, we have You Won’t Be Alone. A directorial debut for Goran Stolevski,...

Something for Everyone

A aaah, March. We’ve moved past the first two months of 2022, where films were questionable at best and outright awful at worst. Will this month bring something worthwhile? Here’s a list of things I think might just do that: Kicking things off with a bang, The Batman comes out swinging. Originally a vehicle for Ben Affleck’s older Batman, the...

The Month of Action

February is here – the month of love! Unfortunately, I don’t really have any romantic recommendations for you, but there are still some flicks on the horizon to check out, especially if you’re into comedy, action or mystery. Searching for extreme physical violence mixed with bizarre comedy? Look no further than Jackass Forever. In the fourth film of the series,...