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Tag Archives: Holidays

Kevin Smith continues to evolve with a contribution to the horror anthology “Holidays”

It’s no secret whatsoever that I’m a pretty big Kevin Smith fan, which is something I’ve said more than once on this site. Perhaps to some degree that’s why I’m so delighted by his recent foray into horror/genre work, but I’d also make the argument that Smith is exercising new[...]

Over 60 titles to look forward to at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

For the past week and change or so, I’ve been attending pre screenings for the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. This lead up to the fest is always interesting to me because it represents a small sampling of what I’ll get to see during the few weeks that represents Tribeca. For[...]

“Demolition” and “Green Room”: Films to see in April

We’re officially on to the second quarter of the year folks. As such, I have once again taken this first part of a new month to go over some new releases worth looking out for. It’s April now, so much like the seasons, films are changing. Yes, we’re slowly moving[...]