Blitz Movies – City of Lies

April 13, 2021

By Jay Betsill The long awaited “City of Lies” starring Johnny Depp and Forest Whitaker was set for release in 2018 and has now finally made its way to theaters and On Demand and while […]

Blitz Movies – Marauders

March 25, 2021

By Jay Betsill “Marauders” is the story of a team of FBI agents trying to take down a group of lethal bank robbers in Cincinnati with a myriad of subplots thrown in that makes it […]

Blitz Movies – Deadly Illusions

March 20, 2021

By Jay Betsill “Deadly Illusions” is a semi-erotic thriller that feels like its trying to be a “Basic Instinct” for modern times, but ends up as more of a Lifetime movie with a little ‘Fifty […]

Blitz Movies – “Coming 2 America”

March 5, 2021

By Jay Betsill “Coming 2 America” has finally arrived! The long-awaited sequel (33 years to be exact) to the 1988 classic stars Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reprising their iconic roles of Prince Akeem and […]

Movies That Just Missed Being Made

June 22, 2014

By Gary Dowell Recently, the geeks here at Movie Night took time out from watching movies to go watch a movie — specifically, the documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune, which details Alejandro Jodorowsky’s ambitious but ultimately doomed […]

Movie Review of X-Men: Days of Future Past

May 23, 2014

By Gary Dowell Returning as director to the franchise he put on the movie map after an absence of more than a decade, Bryan Singer has turned out what feels like the first true X-Men movie […]

Movie Review of Godzilla

May 15, 2014

By Gary Dowell It’s been ten years since Toho Studios put the Godzilla franchise in mothballs after the release of the sub-par 50th anniversary feature Godzilla: Final Wars. The feeling was that everything that could […]

Movie Review of Blue Ruin

May 8, 2014

By Gary Dowell One of the most original, suspenseful, and surprising indies in the past few years, writer-director Jeremy Saulnier’s Blue Ruin is a mesmerizing exercise in style and character study. Granted, that last bit is […]

Movie Review of Dom Hemingway

April 20, 2014

By Gary Dowell He’s his own worst enemy and the kind of guy you love and hate in equal measure, a man you want to smack some bloody sense into but don’t because it’s likely a […]

Movie Review of Transcendence

April 17, 2014

By Gary Dowell Transcendence could have been a good movie — it certainly tries — but it’s chock full of ideas that are beyond first-time screenwriter Jack Paglen’s ability to explore and develop, and cinematographer-turned-director Wally […]

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