“The Promise”

 Apr, 23 - 2017   no comments   MOVIE REVIEWS

Review by Alex Moore When I was a boy in 6th Grade, I at least liked the IDEA of reading new and interesting books. That is not to say that I do not STILL, but the experience was different in those days. I once came across a book which was written by an author I […]


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Review by Alex Moore The developers of the video game world have been in steady competition with each since the 16-bit era of gaming. Prior to that, everyone was pretty much on the same side, mainly because Nintendo had very little competition when it released its first gaming system, in 1985 (1983 in Japan). Today, […]


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Review by Alex Moore I can think of at least two scenarios in film that most people, at least Americans, find irresistible: ghosts lurking about, amongst the living AND an “the fish out of water.” In other words, spooky spirits and an American in Paris. Naturally, the American does not have to be an American […]


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By Alex Moore As I was explaining to a friend very recently, the ‘Resident Evil’ (also known as ‘Biohazard’) franchise is one about survival. It is not a typical game of the Horror genre. Yes, others arrived BEFORE it, but none revolutionized it quite like THIS series did. With its appealing graphics and sound design, […]


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“The Comedian”

 Feb, 04 - 2017   no comments   MOVIE REVIEWS

By Alex Moore People love comedians, do they not? WE seem to take to them the way we take to our food. For the most part, we ALL tend to stick to what we know we like, but from time to time, we venture out and see if there is something else we might enjoy. […]


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By Alex Moore At the current rate of output, we might just need to create a whole new genre section just for biopics. In particular, 2016 has been a strong year for such films. While I looked favorably upon movies such as “Eddie the Eagle” and “Miles Ahead,” neither had the proper appeal to be […]


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By Alex Moore It is THAT time of the year, again. The luster of the Summer blockbusters has worn out and, NOW, the “real” shine, which often comes with the Fall and Winter months, for major award films, is here. Well, at the very least, we can say that the intentions and aspirations for many […]


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