Movie Review: 6:45

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Rating: R Stars: Michael Reed, Augie Duke, Armen Garo, Ray Mancini, Remy Ma, Thomas G. Waites Writer: Robert Dean Klein, story, Craig Singer Director: Craig Singer Distributor: Well Go USA Entertainment Release Date: March 22, 2022 6:45 is like a homicidal version of GROUNDHOG DAY, or a far less playful variation on HAPPY DEATH DAY, to cite two of the most familiar films with this theme. Bobby (Michael Reed) and Jules (Augie Duke) take the ferry to picturesque Bog Grove Island. Despite what its name suggests, Bog Grove is sunny and has lots of two-story beach-adjacent cottages. The couple check […]Read On »

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UTOPIA: Actors Desmin Borges, Jessica Rothe and Cory Michael Smith talk Season 1 of the new genre series – Interview

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UTOPIA is now streaming its entire first season on Amazon Prime. Based on the British series created by Dennis Kelly, UTOPIA has been adapted as an American-set version by executive producer Gillian Flynn. The series brings together a group of comic book fans, who are excited at the discovery of a sequel to their favorite underground graphic novel. They learn that the events and characters in the books are real, and find themselves in opposition to a sinister tech company. Desmin Borges plays obsessive/compulsive genius Wilson Wilson, and Jessica Rothe plays Sam, two of the comic book aficionados. Cory Michael […]Read On »

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Movie Review: HAPPY DEATH DAY

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Rating: PG-13 Stars: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Rachel Matthews, Charles Aitken, Jason Bayle, Phi Vu, Rob Mello, Cariella Smith, Caleb Spillyards Writer: Scott Lobdell Director: Christopher Landon Distributor: Universal Release Date: October 13, 2017  GROUNDHOG DAY isn’t the only tale of someone stuck reliving the same day over and over, but it’s perhaps the best-known in pop culture. Also, it’s the one that gets eventually name-checked in HAPPY DEATH DAY, so it seems appropriate to use that 1993 comedy as a reference point. HAPPY DEATH DAY has, as its basic premise, GROUNDHOG DAY redone as a PG-13 college-set […]Read On »

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