Craig D. Lindsey

 

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  • Half Magic is exactly the sort of debut movie you might expect Heather Graham to make as a writer-director. Much like Graham’s public persona, it’s sunny, awkward, a bit flaky and can get annoyingly New Agey.

    Graham stars as Honey,...

  • The Cured is yet another post-apocalyptic thriller from the British Isles looking to put a fresh spin on zombies. And it does that — for a while. Set in a damn-near-desolate Ireland, the movie follows Senan (Sam Keeley), a tormented,...

  • With the release of Looking Glass, it seems somebody in Hollywood read The Voyeur’s Motel, that questionably true Gay Talese book about the motel owner who supposedly spent years watching his lodgers through ceiling vents, and...

  • Lies We Tell is the model definition of a kitchen-sink melodrama. Not only does it exhibit all of the genre’s key features — British, working-class setting, a narrative heavy in social realism, a disillusioned male protagonist — but it...

  • At some point, Jean-Claude Van Damme must’ve thought that if Sylvester Stallone can revive Rocky Balboa and introduce him to a new generation with Creed, certainly he could do that with one of his characters. That could explain why he...

  • Before you even ask, yes, Nicolas Cage does go over the top in Mom and Dad — and, dammit, it’s a beautiful sight to behold. Cage pretends to be all suburban as a working-class family man who longs for the crazy days of his youth....

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