Review: Sleepy Hollow: The Complete Third Season DVD

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Jan 032017
 

Sleepy Hollow never was a must-see show of mine, in fact supernatural horrors generally don’t interest me, but this third season at least offers some decent stories and fine performances by Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie.

 

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Apr 162013
 

Pawn is an acceptable mystery-thriller that has a respectable cast who unfortunately seemed to mostly phone it in except perhaps for Michael Chiklis who was having fun with his thick Aussie accent. Otherwise, as interesting as the story was and comparatively well done as the flash backs were, the movie falls apart at the end coming crashing down with an utterly unsatisfying finale.

 

 

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Jan 022012
 

Catch .44 is a mess of a film that would’ve been gone and forgotten on shelves if not for the name cast the filmmakers managed to gather. The writing isn’t the best and the acting, despite having some good talent, doesn’t make it any better. The Blu-ray at least has serviceable video and audio transfers but the features don’t measure up.

 

 

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Apr 132011
 

“Life is a dark chain of events.” That’s how this movie opened and I suspect this quote  struck home to the filmmakers as they wonder where their own lives are going. After watching Chain Letter, I would wonder that myself as nothing about it worked. There’s no suspense, the editing is manic, the characters are cardboard cutouts of every B/C-horror movie ever made and the story makes little sense even when the director tries to make a big Usual Suspects-like deal, out of the twist.

 

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Apr 132011
 

“Life is a dark chain of events.” That’s how this movie opened and I suspect this quote  struck home to the filmmakers as they wonder where their own lives are going. After watching Chain Letter, I would wonder that myself as nothing about it worked. There’s no suspense, the editing is manic, the characters are cardboard cutouts of every B/C-horror movie ever made and the story makes little sense even when the director tries to make a big Usual Suspects-like deal, out of the twist.

 

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