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Hollywood Boulevard II

★★☆☆ – (1990) – Someone’s blowing up actresses during a film shoot, which does nothing to stop the shoot. Features the same plot and attempts at wacky humor as the previous film, but feels more forced and tired this time around. Some moments are genuinely funny, but this essentially is an all-over-the-place retread that wears thin halfway through.

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Blackout (2023)

★★☆☆ – (2023) – An alcoholic artist struggles with the death of his father in a town corrupted by a real estate developer. Tries its best to create a small town atmosphere where everyone is aware of everyone else’s problems, but every scene between characters drags on for so long it’s easy to lose sight of their dilemmas. Yes, there’s a werewolf in this, but his scenes are so rare it’s often easy to forget you’re watching a horror movie.

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Late Night with the Devil

★★★☆ – (2023) – A multitude of depraved incidents transpire during a talk show on Halloween night, from possession to hypnosis to hysteria. While the plot doesn’t make a whole lot of sense, the style and structure are so unique that this is often hard to look away from. The gore F/X are impressive, while the humor is equally up to task. Not the easiest to describe, but a cinch to enjoy.

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Imaginary

★☆☆☆ – (2024) – A young girl develops the same imaginary friend her new step-mother once had, and follows the same improbable motions of coping with a fantastical world.  Begins as a common, lackluster family drama before gradually becoming a common, lackluster horror story.  Humiliates itself when trying to explore the lore of imaginary friends, while in-turn making fools of a cast made to recite banal dialog.  Lacks suspense, logic, and emotional depth.   

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Dark Harvest (2023)

★★☆☆ – (2023) – Every year, teenagers must prevent a pumpkin-like creature from dominating their town. The few moments dedicated to horror are creative, atmospheric, and graphic. The bulk that’s dedicated to character drama, however, is trivial and dull. The ultimate twist is pretty obvious, but stands as one of the few ambitious plot moments.

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