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Mirror Images Movie ‘Beta Test’ Takes Gaming To A Whole New Level

Mirror Images Movie ‘Beta Test’ Takes Gaming To A Whole New Level

  The Game is real…   Starring Manu Bennett (Spartacus, Arrow, the Hobbit Trilogy) as game developer Orson Creed, and Larenz Tate (House Of Lies, Rush) as professional game tester Max Troy, Beta Test is an interesting take on how far software companies are willing to go to make the gaming experience as close to reality as possible. While test running a new game for the largest and fastest growing gaming company in the world, Sentinel, Max discovers his game […]

Movie Review For All Girls Weekend Directed By Lou Simon

Movie Review For All Girls Weekend Directed By Lou Simon

  All Girls Weekend is an adventure in being an understanding movie reviewer. The premise is basically five girlfriends from school go on a weekend getaway trip in the mountains during the winter to reconnect. En route to a tourist attraction, one of the girls suggests they all go for a hike to see a beautiful mountain ridge that she stumbled on a few weeks back, even though there is a well known terrible curse that runs amok in the […]

Movie Review For Magnolia Pictures Award Winning Film, VIVA!

Movie Review For Magnolia Pictures Award Winning Film, VIVA!

    Nominated for numerous awards, including Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, Irish Film and Television Awards, and the Palm Springs International Film Festival, and being featured at both the Sundance and Teluride Film Festivals of 2016, Viva is an incredibly inspiring work of film that tells the story of a young man and his struggle to find his place in life after years of being alone and feeling ashamed of who he was. Héctor Medina stars as Jesus, […]

Movie Review: “The First Monday In May”, a documentary about one of New York’s big art events

Movie Review: “The First Monday In May”, a documentary about one of New York’s big art events

Cleverly shot and brimming with intrigue, The First Monday In May is a brilliant behind the scenes look into one of New York City’s most exclusive social events of the year. Used to kick off the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute annual fashion exhibit, the red carpet gala hosts celebrities, entertainers, artists, designers, and even politicians from around the world to not only spend a night celebrating fashion, but to also help raise much needed funds for the institute. […]

Metal Life movie review: Shockwave Darkside

Metal Life movie review: Shockwave Darkside

SYNOPSIS : Five soldiers, shot down and behind enemy lines in a battle over water, frozen in the deep craters of the lunar surface, find themselves marooned on the dark side of the moon. With depleting air and supplies, they have no choice but to start a dangerous trek through hostile territory. As their numbers dwindle and nerves fray, they make an amazing discovery about the moon that just might save their lives, but destroy the very cause that they […]

Movie Review: “The Wannabe”, a mafia action thriller

Movie Review: “The Wannabe”, a mafia action thriller

Starring Vincent Piazza, Patricia Arquette, Michael Imperioli Set in Bronx, NY during the infamous John Gotti trial, The Wannabe stars Vincent Piazza as Thomas, a troubled young man that wants desperately to be accepted into mob family life, but can’t seemed to find an “in.” In an effort to get the mob’s attention, Thomas makes it his life’s mission to help John Gotti walk and hopefully go from a “wannabe” to an actual member of the mafia. Patricia Arquette stars […]

Horror Movie Review: Pernicious

Horror Movie Review: Pernicious

Starring Ciara Hanna, Emily O’Brien and Jackie Moore as three young ladies who volunteer their summer to educate children in a small town of Thailand on the finer points of the English language, but find themselves thrust into a world full of hate and deceit. After an overly adventurous night out on the town, the girls begin to notice some strange and dark things happening in the home they are staying at, the most distressing event being the theft of […]

Metal Life Review Of Russell Crowe’s Directorial Debut “The Water Diviner”

Metal Life Review Of Russell Crowe’s Directorial Debut “The Water Diviner”

Russell Crowe’s directorial debut “The Water Diviner,” a film based on true events that tells the story of a grief stricken father searching for his sons in war torn post WWI Turkey, has just been released stateside on Blu Ray/DVD. While the film saw a limited run in theaters here and abroad, for this reviewer, it was well worth the wait to own it. With its compelling yet touching storyline, incredible cast, and beautiful scenery, Russell Crowe’s directorial debut, “The […]

Movie Review: Annabelle

Movie Review: Annabelle

This long-awaited spinoff from the Conjuring is finally here, and what better way to frighten the bejeebies out of you than to use a grotesque doll! Nothing could be worse, or could it? As I may have forgotten to mention – it’s also possessed. This prequel is set back to when Charles Manson and his cult was…   Read the Full Review On MovieFloss.com

Movie Review: Expendables 3

Movie Review: Expendables 3

The third installment of Sylvester Stallone’s Expendables franchise has arrived, reintroducing us to the team of macho, cocky, and conditioned residents of the toughest nursing home Hollywood has ever seen.   Stallone, Schwarzenegger, Statham, Lundgren, and Li, have all stuck around and with the addition of Wesley Snipes, Harrison Ford, and Antonio Banderas, and Mel Gibson, the line-up has never looked better.  This time around, in a clever allusion to the aged status of Stallone’s crew of has-been heroes from days passed, Barney […]

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