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Review: Insidious: Chapter 2

— by JAMES SHAW — The problem with an original horror movie is that if it is deemed successful, the studio will make another movie and, in some instances, many more movies. Unfortunately, 90 percent of those sequels are not nearly as good because the concept is nothing new. Movies that s[...]

Review: The Conjuring

— by ADAM POYNTER — Growing up, I was not a fan of the horror genre at all. My family never watched anything scary, so when I would experience these movies at a friend’s house it was extremely scary to me. Now, as an adult, I find it hard for movies to actually scare me […][...]

Review: Insidious

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — After watching “Insidious,” I am reminded of why I will never own a home with an attic. Directed by James Wan — who created and helmed the original “Saw” — “Insidious” manages to produce more frights than “Paranormal Activity” and the[...]

Under Review: ‘Morning Glory’

— by JESSIKA OWENS — If “Up Close and Personal” had a baby with “The Devil Wears Prada,” that offspring would be “Morning Glory.” From the cast to the writing, I adored this romantic comedy. Sure, it was cookie cutter at times, but it was hilarious and[...]

Under Review: ‘The Switch’

— by ADAM POYNTER — I will start off by saying the concept for “The Switch” seemed a bit formulaic at first. With recent romantic comedies failing at the box office and also in the movie-goers’ eyes to impress on any level of originality or authenticity, the directing team of J[...]

Trailer: The A-Team (Version 2)

— by ROB COX — I must admit to feeling rather lukewarm towards “The A-Team” upon the release of its first trailer back in January. I can’t say I wasn’t intrigued, but the TV show upon which this big screen epic is based isn’t exactly a sentimental favorite of mine; but that’s[...]

Poster: The A-Team

— by H.G. WATSON — There are certain films you go into with the expectation of simply being mindlessly entertained in exchange for your $11.95. I think “The A-Team” falls squarely into that category. Now, in the interest of full disclosure, you should know that I am not a fan of the [...]

Trailer Talk: ‘The Switch’

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — Jennifer Aniston is in a no-win situation right now regarding her movie career. If she does a movie that isn’t a romantic comedy, no one goes to see it. If she does do a romantic comedy, then you instantly hear the cries of “Oh Gawd, Jennifer Aniston[...]