Tag Archives: Dark Comedy

The Menu (2022) Review

A DELECTABLE AND DEVIOUS CINEMATIC DISH   While popular film genres such as action, horror, and comedy are the more dominant categories of feature film classifications, there are a plethora of subgenres out there that help grouping movies that can be pinpointed down into a specific presentation. Perhaps the most interesting one (and peculiar) category would have to be the

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Downhill (2020) Review

A BORING AND UNEVEN SLIPPERY SLOPE OF A MOVIE   Hollywood has always been fascinated with remakes; a profitable market of retooling and repurposing older ideas into new ways for a theatrical motion picture, with a new “vision” for modern audiences to enjoy. For the past two decades, the census idealism from “Tinseltown” is that of revisiting these older properties

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