Reviews

06 Sep 2018

Hopeful Stories in Dark Times: The SF Green Film Festival

As fires raged in Napa and Sonoma counties, San Franciscans woke up to their cars covered with ash. The color of the sky morphed into an ominous shade of brownish orange.

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16 Jul 2018

The Museum Dedicated to Deformity & Medical Oddities, The Mutter Museum

Plastic surgery back then didn’t look like what it does now. Mutter primarily worked with patients who had physical deformities, such as cleft palates or clubbed feet, and assisted burn victims in their recovery. His cleft pallet repair technique, the Mutter Flap, is still used today.

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07 Jun 2018

“Hereditary” is a Slow Burning, Evil to the Core, Nightmare

“Hereditary” Starring: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne, Milly Shapiro, Alex Wolff, Ann Dowd Does the film being called “this year’s The Exorcist” live up to the hype? Well…sort of. Allow me to explain, please. Director Ari Aster comes out swinging in his feature film directorial debut, “Hereditary”, and presents a layered

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25 May 2018

Disney Plays “Solo” Way Too Safe In Tepid Prequel

“Solo: A Star Wars Story” Starring: Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke, Donald Glover, Paul Bettany, Woody Harrelson, Thandie Newton Director: Ron Howard As I walked into the theater in Times Square Thursday night, you could feel it: Star Wars was in the air. The theater was packed, the crowd was ready

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18 May 2018

Review: “Deadpool 2” May Be The Best Sequel Ever Made

First and foremost, I need to mention that I was a HUGE fan of the first Deadpool and my expectations were through the roof for this. The original Deadpool film was a passion project for Reynolds so I wasn’t worried about how this was going to turn out but even in that mindset, I set myself up for disappointment.

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17 May 2018

The Art of a Serial Killer Clown, JW Gacy

By Jillian Robertson Fear of clowns is as old as the oversized shoes and greasepaint they wear. “Coulrophobia” affects as many as 42 percent of Americans, but sometimes the creepy clowns leave the realm of Stephen King’s IT and other fictional incarnations on the big and small screen. Sometimes the

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11 May 2018

“Life Of The Party” is a Generic, Paint-By-Numbers Comedy

“Life of The Party” Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Julie Bowen, Gillian Jacobs, Maya Rudolph, Christina Aguilera, Matt Walsh The latest Melissa McCarthy movie is exactly what 90% of Melissa McCarthy vehicles have been. She’s out of her element, does physical comedy, has zany lines that seem improvised and there are pretty

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03 May 2018

Herman Dune’s Sweet Thursday Celebrates Southern CA

Herman Dune’s first album in 7 years is a tribute to Southern California that will make you fall in love with the west coast all over again.   David Ivar  has spent most of their life on the road performing under pseudonym, “Herman Dune”. Dune hit the ground running – bringing

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