I Saw the TV Glow (2024)

Now In Expanded Release in Theaters.

I think most of the reason why Jill Schoenbrun’s horror drama has clicked with so many people is that many audiences can relate to the horrors of getting older. The whole idea of getting older means that you bid farewell to what was, and remain on course what what’s ahead. Some of us are stuck in a position where we can’t say goodbye and this has caused many to re-think their whole lives in general. This is essentially the premise for “I Saw the TV Glow” which is a movie that begins primarily like a Creepypasta but takes on a whole other meaning by the time it comes to a twisted close.

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The Red Ball (2022)

George Morgan’s “The Red Ball” reminded me a lot of “If Anything Happens, I Love You.” It’s a powerful animated short about grief, pain, and attempting to start over after a horrible loss that’s shaken up someone’s innocence. In this instance, George Morgan focuses on a family’s efforts to move on and find some kind of restart despite the lingering pain of their former lives.

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Orphan (2009): Collector’s Edition [Blu-ray]

Now Available from Scream Factory.

Director Jaume Collet-Serra’s horror film still remains a devious and twisted little gem that continues to be celebrated and rightfully so. It’s not only one of the sharper films of its ilk, but it also wields a twist ending that is so completely out of left field, you’ll be left with your jaw agape through the closing credits. “Orphan” is a movie punctuated by its great supporting cast but it’s mainly a great showcase for newcomer Isabelle Fuhrman.

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Night Falls on Manhattan (1996) [ARROW VIDEO LIMITED EDITION] 

Out on Blu-ray on May 7, 2024, from Arrow Video   

Manhattan, mid-1990s, a young district attorney suddenly finds himself in the middle of a case that could make or break his career. This case will affect those around him just as much as himself, adding to the pressure. 

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