The Madness of Steve Arviso.

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On Michael Bay’s Transformers

On this episode of The Void, we try the near-impossible: speaking in defense of Michael Bay’s Transformers (2007)!

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Sin Reaper

Samantha, a young woman suffering from night terrors, heeds her therapist’s advice to visit the very real place that haunts her dreams: an old stone building in some far-off land…. Read more

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Jug Face

Jug Face features Lauren Ashley Carter as Ada, a young girl who discovers that not only have her parents agreed to marry her off to their neighbor’s son, but is also… Read more

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Honeymoon

A newlywed couple happily arrive at their secluded cabin in the woods, eager to indulge in their romantic getaway. But just when it all seems like a dream come true,… Read more

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Devil’s Pass

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at the found-footage horror flick Devil’s Pass, from director Renny Harlin! Devil’s Pass follows five college students with a death wish who… Read more

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Beneath

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at claustrophobic horror flick, Beneath! Beneath, from director Ben Ketai, can be summed up as a group of people blindly stumbling… Read more

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Comforting Skin

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at a very strange, very interesting Comforting Skin! Like something out of the pages of Tales from the Crypt or The… Read more

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Duress

Martin Donovan stars as Richard Barnett, a man struggling with both the recent suicide of his wife and his inability to connect with his young daughter. But as he attempts… Read more

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The Green Inferno

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at Eli Roth’s “homage” to the infamous Cannibal Holocaust, The Green Inferno. When a plane of student activists crashlands somewhere in… Read more

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Proteus

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at Proteus, a low-budget monster movie from director and (primarily) special-effects artist Bob Keen! When a small group of shipwrecked drug… Read more

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The Cobbler

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look a surprisingly touching but deeply flawed dramedy from Adam Sandler, The Cobbler! A concept ripped from a 1962 episode of The… Read more

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The Substitute

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at mid-90s action-thriller, The Substitute. An 80s action movie unfortunately burdened with the fairly droll sensibilities of the 90s, The Substitute ,… Read more

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The Sheik

The Sheik, from director Igal Hecht, chronicles the life, career, and current struggles of one Khosrow Vaziri. To some, he’s a national hero. To others, he’s a respected Olympian wrestler…. Read more

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Vampires

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at John Carpenter’s often overlooked cult classic, Vampires! Vampires, from director John Carpenter, features James Woods as Jack Crow, the leader… Read more

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Black Rock

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at the sophomore outing of writer/director/actress Katie Aselton, Black Rock! Black Rock, from actress, writer, and director Katie Aselton, follows three… Read more

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Tag

Tag, from director Sion Sono, is a Japanese action-horror-fantasy movie that follows Reina Treindl as Mitsuko, a mousy high school student who suddenly finds herself lost in an increasingly strange… Read more

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Wonder Woman

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at Warner/DC’s Wonder Woman, feat. Gal Gadot and Chris Pine! A full transcript of the review is available to read below…. Read more

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Wonder (Woman) What Happened.

For those looking for my full review of Wonder Woman, it’s currently available on Facebook and YouTube. So, Wonder Woman isn’t very good. I don’t want to review it. I’m… Read more

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4:44: The Last Day

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at a curious character drama with an end-of-the-world backdrop, 4:44: The Last Day! Transcript of the review can be read below…. Read more

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An Honest Liar

On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we look at An Honest Liar, a documentary about the fascinating, dramatic life and times of magician and skeptic James Randi. An Honest… Read more