Tag Archives: Matt Damon

Revisting My Favorite Sociopath: 20th Anniversary Retro Review of ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ (1999)

“It’s better to be a fake somebody, than a real nobody!” — Tom Ripley Of all the sociopaths I’ve seen on film, my favorite one has always been Tom Ripley. On Christmas Day 2019, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Anthony Minghella’s The Talented Mr. Ripley, adapted from Patricia Highsmith’s …

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When Remakes Are A Good Thing… And When They’re Just Wrong

One of the hottest debates amongst fans of cinema these days are whether or not remakes are a good thing. Sometimes, they are a good thing, and other times, they are completely unnecessary. A lot of movie fans feel that remakes are lazy money grabs or cut-and-paste jobs, while others …

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What’s New in Horror for June 2017

Its that time again! Summer is here and so are a bunch of new scary movies. So what does the summer of 2017 have in store for horror lovers? Read on to find out! Dark Signal – June 2 (Limited Theatrical), June 6 (VOD) The spirit of a murdered girl …

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20 Sexy Psycho Valentine’s Day Dates From Hell

Billy Loomis

Valentine’s Day is the holiday where we celebrate Hallmark’s ability to con us into buying chocolates, flowers and candy for the ones we love… or just really, really like. While we fight to make reservations and plan the perfect evening to show our significant others that they’re worth the time, trouble …

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