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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
1.5 / 5 26% Vanguard (2020) Towards the end of the film there's a wild ride through a Dubai shopping mall, but I'd venture a guess that most viewers will never make it that far through this stinker.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Nov 26, 2020
2 / 5 81% Porno (2020) Porno has a hilarious-sounding premise, but never delivers the laughs. It feels as though director Keola Racela is trying too hard to shock his project into relevancy within the horror genre. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Nov 25, 2020
3.5 / 5 83% Freaky (2020) A fun, campy slasher flick that stands out from the crowd.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Nov 23, 2020
4 / 5 96% Sound of Metal (2020) With a credible sincerity (and jaw-dropping sound design), Sound of Metal gives a realistic and poignant look at deaf culture in America.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Nov 22, 2020
3.5 / 5 100% Ashens and the Polybius Heist (2020) A charmingly nerdy movie that's aimed squarely at the Comic-Con set and is made by geeks, for geeks, and starring geeks.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Nov 19, 2020
2 / 5 45% Fatman (2020) This strange, dark, and violent holiday fantasy isn't satirical enough to work. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Nov 16, 2020
3.5 / 5 88% #Alive (2020) This fast-paced Korean thriller proves there are still fresh stories to tell when it comes to the walking dead. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Nov 13, 2020
3 / 5 63% I've Got Issues (2020) A quirky movie that ranges from brilliant satire to irritating film school symbolism, with a central theme of "life's a bitch and then you die."‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Nov 12, 2020
2.5 / 5 40% Rebecca (2020) The toxic relationship aspect of the plot simply doesn't feel right within the parameters of a modern feminist society.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Nov 9, 2020
3 / 5 62% American Dharma (2019) While Morris never takes his subject to task (and oh how delicious the film would be if he had), the director has crafted a time capsule that delivers a blunt (and aggravating) record of one of the most polarizing political figures of our time.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2020
2.5 / 5 51% Hubie Halloween (2020) Delivers what Adam Sandler fans want: dopey, moronic fun. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 30, 2020
3.5 / 5 82% Console Wars (2020) An entertaining history lesson about the conflicts between and the rise and fall of the world's video game giants.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 28, 2020
3.5 / 5 86% Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) The critique of toxic masculinity is brilliant in its simplicity, and I'd never have guessed it would take a guy like Borat to put a fresh spin on women's rights.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 23, 2020
4 / 5 No Score Yet We Bare Bears: The Movie (2020) A touching and sweet final chapter that ends with a satisfying sendoff to this furry trio of best pals. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 22, 2020
2 / 5 29% Still Here (2020) A solid, by-the-book crime drama that meets most expectations (but never exceeds them).‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 22, 2020
2 / 5 100% Dick Johnson Is Dead (2020) The film feels unpleasantly frustrating, especially when several misdirections are thrown at the viewer in an attempt to manipulate their emotions, but there's enough creativity to this documentary to warrant a mild "Fresh" rating.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 15, 2020
3 / 5 96% Class Action Park (2020) This nostalgic trip back to the carefree summers of decades past is a hoot until you realize that people actually died here.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 13, 2020
2.5 / 5 93% Lapsis (2020) It's a shame that Lapsis begins and ends on such a disappointing note, because the material sandwiched in-between presents the struggles of American life in a creative, interesting way, making it worth a mild recommendation.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 12, 2020
2.5 / 5 88% Survival Skills (2020) A love-it-or-hate-it film that serves up a brazen critique of the corruption and toxic culture present in some law enforcement organizations, in the most creative way possible.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 11, 2020
3 / 5 83% An Unquiet Grave (2020) A smart, satisfying thriller that's perceptive in its attention to detail as it relates to the human psychology of hope and grief.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 11, 2020
4 / 5 100% Bloody Hell (2020) Packed with a twisted sense of humor, this is one rowdy roller coaster of a movie that's well on its way to becoming a modern cult classic.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 9, 2020
3 / 5 87% Detention (2019) Politically-charged psychological horror with a stunning finale that plays like a tribute to the resistors and rebellious ones throughout history.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 9, 2020
2.5 / 5 89% Unpregnant (2020) It's not easy to take a creative spin when it comes to important women's liberation issues and while Unpregnant is flawed, the fact that this movie exists at all should be applauded.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 7, 2020
4.5 / 5 64% The Devil All the Time (2020) An aggressive, brooding thesis about the role of religion and the cycle of violence that routinely corrupts our basic humanity.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 6, 2020
3 / 5 76% Spiral (2019) The social and political message about exploiting fear makes the themes in Spiral as timely as they are horrifying.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 5, 2020
3 / 5 100% Bloodthirsty (2020) A small-scale thriller with meaning, Bloodthirsty continues the welcome trend of women telling stories about women in a genre that could be called 'female-empowerment horror.'‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 2, 2020
2 / 5 83% How to Deter a Robber (2020) A goofy campfire-style tale turned dark thriller that's a little too timid to pack a real punch.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Oct 1, 2020
3.5 / 5 69% The Glorias (2020) A proud, strong, inspirational film about Gloria Steinem's life that should ignite a spark by energizing women to continue the push for equal opportunities. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 30, 2020
2 / 5 25% Sno Babies (2020) Plays more like a corny, scared straight Afterschool Special than a deeply meaningful drama, but the increasingly macabre scenarios will kick your morbid curiosity into overdrive. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 29, 2020
3 / 5 100% The Boy Behind the Door (2020) The high stakes emotional connection is strong because every aspect of the abduction feels plausible. By the time you get to the end of the story, your nerves will likely be shot. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 28, 2020
2 / 5 84% Misbehaviour (2020) This badass moment in the history of the women's rights movement deserves a stronger, more confident vehicle to deliver its message of revolution.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 26, 2020
2 / 5 53% Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula (2020) This boring, pointless, generic movie drags out the old "humans are the real monsters" theme and is a disappointing, drawn-out yawn.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 24, 2020
2 / 5 24% The Binge (2020) I didn't totally hate The Binge, and I actually can count more than half a dozen times that it made me laugh, and laugh heartily. Still on the fence? If you're the intended audience for this movie, you'll know after watching the trailer. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 22, 2020
3 / 5 67% Teenage Badass (2020) A movie with heart, soul, and a little bit of rock and roll.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 18, 2020
2.5 / 5 88% Summerland (2020) Summerland has little you haven't seen before, but the genuine sentiment drives the heart of this likeably imperfect project.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 15, 2020
2 / 5 71% Tenet (2020) A solid 3.5 star movie rating was unfolding. Then the big shootout battle reared its ugly head and the film became an overindulgent mash-up of Inception and 1917 that led to a dramatic drop-off in quality - and my interest.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 11, 2020
4 / 5 100% All In: The Fight for Democracy (2020) All In: The Fight for Democracy is inspiring when you sit back and look at how far we've come, yet depressing when you realize how far we still have to go. Your vote matters, even if your country tells you it doesn't.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 10, 2020
4 / 5 81% I'm Thinking of Ending Things (2020) A strange and abstract film that will elicit one of two reactions as the final credits roll: you'll immediately want to watch it again, or you'll throw up your hands in disgust and anger.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 9, 2020
2.5 / 5 67% The Burnt Orange Heresy (2020) A talky, sophisticated film that caters to the highbrow art loving crowd. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 8, 2020
2 / 5 33% The New Mutants (2020) If you're a disinterested teen looking for some mild, gore-less action and pubescent angst, The New Mutants may be just what the doctor ordered. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Sep 4, 2020
2.5 / 5 91% Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets (2020) There's a disappointment that quickly took hold after screening Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets that only manifested when I found out the film's big secret.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Aug 31, 2020
2.5 / 5 94% Boys State (2020) The topic isn't compelling enough to sustain a full-length documentary, most of the subjects come across as unlikable, entitled little brats, and co-directors McBaine and Moss seem to lack an understanding or willingness to follow the real story.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Aug 25, 2020
4 / 5 88% Words on Bathroom Walls (2020) The best way to destigmatize mental illness is to talk about it openly, and Words on Bathroom Walls is an earnest exercise in starting the uncomfortable conversation.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Aug 22, 2020
3 / 5 47% Unhinged (2020) A conventional psycho stalker movie that delivers what most audiences thirst for when it comes to getting a hefty serving of violent thrills.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Aug 21, 2020
2 / 5 61% Chemical Hearts (2020) When it comes to teen-centered, dramatic romance films, Chemical Hearts languishes in mediocre territory, never coming close to its gold standard counterparts.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Aug 20, 2020
3.5 / 5 58% Random Acts of Violence (2020) Disturbing and challenging, Random Acts of Violence demands a lot from viewers as it raises heavy questions about artistic responsibility, morality, and violence.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Aug 17, 2020
3 / 5 85% I Used to Go Here (2020) Normally a movie like this would have a whiny, insufferable lead character, but the appealing turn from Gillian Jacobs and the film's overall relaxed, laid-back vibe are delightfully charming.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2020
3.5 / 5 100% Uncle Peckerhead (2020) With a chemistry-filled cast of mostly unknowns, Uncle Peckerhead is so entertaining and witty (and has such an abundant amount of heart) that it manages to stand out in the crowded genre field.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Aug 11, 2020
2.5 / 5 73% An American Pickle (2020) There isn't much heavy lifting required in terms of performance, so Rogen carries the film just fine. He's charming and genial, times two.‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Aug 7, 2020
3 / 5 81% Spinster (2020) Anybody who marches to a different beat of standard societal expectations will relate to this non-traditional rom-com. ‐ Screen Zealots
Read More | Posted Aug 5, 2020