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  • Predator
  • Blade
  • Attack the Block
  • Elite Squad: The Enemy Within

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  • Day Shift

    ★★★

  • Purple Hearts

    ★★

  • Carter

  • Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie

    ★★★★

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  • Day Shift

    Day Shift

    ★★★

    Ha, this shit was tryin my nerves in the first 20 min but it delivered by the end! DAY SHIFT at first aggravated because I was caught in the friction of buying into the very loose "rules & lore" of yet another vampire movie along with trying to discern where it wanted to balance its tone between serious & comedic.

    A very entertaining Snoop Dogg showing up when he did with the introduction of the Vampire Hunter Union helped immensely (murals on…

  • Purple Hearts

    Purple Hearts

    ★★

    I didn’t intend to watch this but I’m kinda glad I did. PURPLE HEARTS is so bizarre & contrived yet it also might be one of the more strangely honest movies about the experience of “fake marriages” for BAH fraud.

    Leftists will hate the obvious military worship while conservatives will be completely oblivious to the overt criticisms of the military it does bring up. All this is happening concurrent to the ridiculous Lifetime movie love story at the center. I can’t…

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  • Nope

    Nope

    ★★★★

    My nigga Jordan Peele really said “okay but what if Biblically Accurate One Eyed One Horned Flying Purple People Eater” the fucking MADMAN

    Just a really interesting blend of influences, approaches, and themes; Jordan Peele’s movies wear their influences on their sleeves but they still makes for unique visions that know how to engage the crowd.

    One thing that caught my attention: The history of Black Cowboys/Horse wranglers is the history of America itself. I dare say it’s a bit of a master stroke for Jordan Peele to make the creative statement that they are a part of our cultural future as well

  • Prey

    Prey

    ★★★½

    Ultimately, not having PREDATOR in the title clued us in all along. Disregard hype/expectations; Not a groundbreaking reinvention nor massive shared universe starter. Simply a lean, contained horror/adventure story featuring an iconic movie monster, and on that front it delivers.

    As many of my fellow acolytes in the church of Predator have opined, the key to the series is quite simply, "A Genre movie and then The Predator shows up". PREY takes this as gospel, disregarding the convoluted sequel mythology…