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DVD Talk Review: Don't Look Up

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Maybe his creative juices were running dry. Maybe he thought an updated Hideo Nakata film didn't need much of a personal imprint to be successful. No matter the reason, Don't Look Up represents a real misstep for Fruit Chan. For his American debut, he has given us a clichéd story with a miscast lead performance. Some late-in-the-game gore sequences feel like course correction by Chan but they prove to be too little and just seem out of place. If you want to watch Chan do horror right, just watch Dumplings again. Skip It.

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Little Deaths (2024) – Written Review

In “Little Deaths,” we watch the ebb and flow of a relationship plagued by a disease that doesn’t cause a lockdown but certainly puts immense stress on a delicate relationship.

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Top 12 Best Video Game Movie and TV Adaptations of All Time, Ranked

TNS: "Despite years of mindless cash-ins and unimaginative copy-paste borefests, video game adaptations have finally turned a corner! Here are the best of the best."

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SPINE Movie Adaptation in the Works

Nekki has announced that the forthcoming gun fu game, SPINE, will receive a movie adaptation to expand the franchise.