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  • REVIEW: Happy Death Day

    Happy Death Day is the new horror film from the director of Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones and stars Jessica Rothe as Teresa, a college student whose birthday begins with her waking up in a dorm room and being greeted by a student who she presumably slept with the night prior. As she[…]

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  • REVIEW: Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049 is finally here, and it did not disappoint. This sequel to the 1982 film arrives 35 years later and takes place 30 years after the events of the original. It follows a new Blade Runner (played by Ryan Gosling) who, after “retiring” a Replicant named Sapper Morton discovers the[…]

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  • STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Sets the Tone Early

    After months of speculation, anticipation, and trepidation, the opening two episodes of Star Trek Discovery have finally been released. With reports of trouble between initial show-runner Bryan Fuller and CBS emerging on what appears to be a daily basis to Fuller’s eventual dismissal from his role, it’s been hard to[…]

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  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle Movie Review

    If robot dogs, Kentucky gunslingers and a maniacal villain hell-bent on killing millions is your cup of four o’clock tea, then the sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service will satisfy those who became ardent fans with the 2014 installment. In the first film, a secret spy organization recruits a young man off[…]

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  • REVIEW: It (2017)

    Why are horror movies suddenly saving the summer? Last year, Lights Out, The Conjuring 2, and The Shallows proved to be a bigger critical hit, even though together they still made less than films like Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. This is why I’m so glad to see that It, a film so hotly[…]

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  • REVIEW: Atomic Blonde

    Atomic Blonde is the latest film from director David Leitch, who co-directed the 2014 film, John Wick. It’s no surprise that in terms of action, this film shares a lot of similarities. The main protagonist is a total badass, the enemies are usually killed with a gun, and the stunts are[…]

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  • SECOND UNION’S Fall Movie GUIDE – 2017

    With the outstanding success and popularity of our Summer Movie Guide, we’ve decided to compile a comprehensive Fall Movie Guide for you as well. The Fall is jam-packed with some amazing films, including Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Bladerunner 2049, Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League just to name a few. Believe me[…]

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  • Stephen King’s THE DARK TOWER Falls Flat

    Stephen King’s Dark Tower novels have often been equated to the printed page of comic books. Ahead of its time for crossing over a western genre with the supernatural, literary experts of the 1980s and 1990s still prefer students in high school to read them. Here, King managed to provide[…]

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Second Union’s 31 DAYS OF HORROR: Day 18 – Scream (1996)

Welcome to the Second Union 31 Days of Horror event! Every day leading up to Tuesday, October 31st, (starting Sunday, October 1st) we will post a review of one horror film. Today’s Film: Scream. Enjoy! Scream is directed by Wes Craven and follows a group of teens who become the subject of gruesome[…]

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WALKER STALKER CON BRINGS THE WALKING DEAD TO ATLANTA FOR FIFTH YEAR Stars From Popular Shows Anchor Interactive Convention and Fan Meet-Up Oct. 27-29 Nashville, Tenn. — Zombie enthusiasts and fans of the number-one show on television, The Walking Dead, will have the opportunity to meet their favorite stars at[…]

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