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“BABYTEETH” Sad and Emotional

June 18th, 2020 No comments

 

 

 

Review by John Delia

Very sad and sometimes upsetting the film Babyteeth tells the story of a teenager with cancer and her wanting to have been loved by a boy and to make love before the end of her life. The acting is very good, but the story is all over the place. Whether it is intentional or a ploy as part of the plot, unfortunately it doesn’t work. What it does for sure is make the platitudinous story drag and lose some of its intended meaning. Read more…

“FRIDAY THE 13TH” 40TH Anniversary Steelbook

June 15th, 2020 No comments

Review by John Delia

Now here’s a cool home video for those who like horror thriller movies, Friday the 13th (1980) the 40th Anniversary of the original release uncut in a Steelbook Blu-ray with Digital code. It has a long list of special features, a face-lift for the film and sound pumped up to tickle your audio systems. The film’s biggest accomplishment was the paranoia that the film created with audiences leaving theaters and looking behind them before entering their cars at night. Or even looking under their bed before going to sleep. Well at an early age it did that for me anyway and it took a couple of days to not think about it anymore. Read more…

“BUTT BOY” an Unusual Comedy

April 29th, 2020 No comments

 

Review by John Delia

Very raunchy, unhinged and unusual are the kinder words for this extremely chaotic and nasty sci-fi comedy. Called Butt Boy for a reason, the film is a hyper depiction of what would be called a tasteless act of a kind of sexual addiction. It’s Alcoholic Anonymous and Sex Addicts Anonymous meets psycho serial killer. I think. It actually made my mind envision something not in my realm of thought. That said, the film is in the same genre of “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes”, “Duck Butter”, “The Package”, “The Human Centipede”, “Ash vs Evil Dead” and “Sausage Party” to name a few. If you have seen any of these and were okay with it, then take a gander at Butt Boy. Read more…

“TO THE STARS” a Taught Coming of Age Drama

April 23rd, 2020 No comments

 

 

 

Review by John Delia

Heartfelt and resonating the coming of age film To the Stars takes a simple theme and makes it a very cool drama. The acting here is very good by the whole cast that includes some fairly new faces in the young acting force. The theme and adventure makes the story interesting and would be as realistic today as it were in the 1960’s. It’s definitely a winner for mature teens to millennial adults. Read more…

Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All-Time Volume 1 on VOD

April 20th, 2020 No comments

 

 

 

Review by John Delia

Whether you are a film buff or just like something different, Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All-Time Volume 1 “Midnight Madness” starts the ball rolling with interviews of the stars and directors of some of the most famous cult films on the planet. The anthology is more than just a look into the business, it also answers questions on the most watched movies in the business. Although some didn’t make it big when they were originally released they gathered a following much like the most notable The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) that had a participating audience pulled from every walk of life to join in and throw rice, squirt water guns, and recited the dialogue during the showing. Read more…

“CASTEEL FAMILY” Complete Collection on DVD

February 25th, 2020 No comments

 

 

 

 

If you are a romantic or an avid novel reader of dramas that are vivid, engrossing, and compelling, then you will be able to binge watch this very moving series by one of America’s best read writers. Brought together as a collection the 5 TV episodes of the “Casteel Family” written by V. C. Anderson, the DVD is one of the best produced of the genre. Pick an afternoon and evening combined and sit back in your easy chair and press play for 7 plus hours of pure Lifetime enjoyment. Read more…

“BEANPOLE” Haunting and Powerful

February 15th, 2020 No comments

 

 

 

 

Review by John Delia

A film like Beanpole does not come around that often, but when it does it’s a must see for film buffs and indie lovers who like to wrap their brains around an amazing film that challenges the mind. It’s outstanding and powerful! Set in Russia, the movie tells a haunting story of two women that have to come to grips with life after WWII. It’s the perfect movie that has excellent direction, awesome acting and a daunting storyline. It was Russia’s entry for the 2020 Oscars and chosen in their top 10. It is available at select theaters and soon on VOD and other media. Read more…

“Uncut Gems” A Shining Jewel

December 25th, 2019 No comments

 

 

 

Review by John Delia

At first you may be taken aback by the performance of Adam Sandler in the movie Uncut Gems, but after you get to know his character the actor’s performance is one of the best this year. Not really a serious character actor, Sandler is best known for his slapstick comedy and films that resonate with the 18 to 35 crowd. Here however, he’s a serious gambling addict that doesn’t know when to stop even if he scores big while betting on sports and other games of chance. It’s a role by him you will not believe and one that he’s very far from his normal element, but just the same it’s a mesmerizing tour de force. Read more…

“Tone-Deaf” a Hellish Nightmare

August 22nd, 2019 No comments

 

 

 

 

Review by John Delia

Very brutal, the horror flick Tone-Deaf takes you into the confines of a hellish nightmare. Like most slasher films, this one follows the same formula of trapping someone in a secluded place and taunting them until the final coup de grace. The twist does make the film a bit better than some, but still just a bit above average. Read more…

“The Reports on Sarah & Saleem”

July 11th, 2019 No comments

 

 

 

Review by John Delia, Sr.

If you are wanting a melodrama based on true events that is very different, then seek out the movie The Reports on Sarah & Saleem. The film takes place in modern day opposites Israel and Palestine. Although quite long and drawn out, the movie tells a unique story that involves adultery and revenge. The acing is very good and believable, but the direction could have worked better with a script that brought it to an end quicker and avoided predictability. Read more…