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  • The Automat

    ★★★★

  • Nylon Noose

    ★★½

  • Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell

    ★★★

  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

    ★★★½

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  • The Automat

    The Automat

    ★★★★

    When I was five, my parents took me on a day trip to New York. We hit all the sights but all I recall is eating a meal at The Automat. It was like a lunch room that was communal (you might have to share a table with strangers) but what fascinated me was knowing there were people behind the mysterious vending slots that were serving home-cooked meals and desserts....it just seemed so futuristic.

    This doc does a fine job…

  • Nylon Noose

    Nylon Noose

    ★★½

    Decent Old Dark House/catacombs/serial killer thriller in the krimi style.

    I missed the familiar Rialto repertoire players: Joachim Fuchsberger, Eddi Arent, Karin Dor and, often, young Klaus Kinski. Also, this wasn't based on a an Edgar or Brian Wallace source. So this was more of a krimi lite from a Rialto competitor.

    Purporting to be in England, the stereotypical "British" characters betray the truth, which is kind of entertaining. There's also Ady Berber, who played his Tor Johnson role as…

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  • Nope

    Nope

    ★★★★

    I'm not really a fan of certain directors, per se. I tend to react to the film as story, without bias either way as to who directed. So, as not to be accused of jumping on a bandwagon, I will say I thought Nope was innovative, absorbing and just aces. Good job Jordan Peele!

    The "creature"/menace/UFO or however you want to categorize it, was unlike any boogeyman I've ever seen....and I've seen a thousand horror films. Some haven't seen the…

  • Malignant

    Malignant

    ★★★½

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    Here's one of the more impressive new releases in the horror realm. Since it is so current, I will avoid spoilers, if possible.

    This is the fourth James Wan film I have seen and it has its own fingerprints, not seeming to have that much in common with his other films. There's a lot of money up there on the screen, so Wan had a big budget. He certainly utilized it to produce a handsomely staged and…