Zero Contact Review: A Nail Biting thriller worth your time

Synopsis: Finley Hart is the eccentric genius behind a global data-mining program. Upon his death, five remote agents — including his son — are contacted by a mysterious AI entity to reactivate the initiative, which may enable time travel. As sinister events occur at each of the agents’ homes, they must decide whether entering their passwords will save the world or destroy it. Available in Select theater’s on demand and digital May 27th.

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Weight of Guilt Short Film Review: No Guilt in taking pleasure in this short film

Weight of Guilt is a phenomenal throwback to animated films like ‘Heavy Metal’. What Tracy Allen, Bill Oberst, Jr, and company did with the short film is extraordinary. Bill Oberst, Jr always embodies his character in his films, and he does again here. I appreciate the approach Tracy Allen did with the story and the animator of the video did a fabulous job with bringing her story to life.

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Firestarter(2022) Review: A pure misfire

Synopsis: A couple desperately try to hide their daughter, Charlie, from a shadowy federal agency that wants to harness her unprecedented gift for turning fire into a weapon of mass destruction. Her father taught her how to defuse her power, but as Charlie turns 11, the fire becomes harder and harder to control. When a mysterious operative finally finds the family, he tries to seize Charlie once and for all — but she has other plans.

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Our Father Review: A Documentary that acts like a Horror Film

Our Father is a new true-crime documentary in a forever growing sub-genre of what is already a sub-genre of documentaries. This time brought to us by Blumhouse and Netflix, these two powerhouses are guaranteed success in this genre. To our pleasure, Blumhouse has the best Netflix true-crime documentary since ‘The Keepers. The story behind Our Father is one you would place in the must-see to believe category. They even tell us in the main titles that all the voice recordings are true which makes this even more shocking.

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Monstrous (2022) Review

From family favorites “Casper” and “The Addams Family” to darker features like “Sleepy Hollow” and “Cursed,” Christina Ricci has rightfully secured her status as Scream Queen. (Ricci’s cannibalistic Showtime horror-dramedy series “Yellowjackets” is still on my to-watch list.) Screen Media’s “Monstrous,” directed by Chris Sivertson (“All Cheerleaders Die”), furthers her horror filmography.

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Flight Attendant Season 2 Review: A welcomed return for Kaley Cuoco and company

The Flight Attendant is back and grounded for a season 2 that has much more emotional depth, Kaley Cuoco showed the world her range in season one in the wild thrill ride that makes us reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock thrillers mixed in with a little ‘Red Eye’. The showrunners do an incredible job of keeping up with the pure unexpected magic of season one. The main thing that keeps season 2 going toe to toe with season 1 is the involvement of the other Cassandra Bowden’s.

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