Now Presenting: A Review of Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban

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Harry Potter & the Sorcerer’s Stone and Chamber of Secrets introduced us to J.K. Rowling‘s Wizarding World in charming and delightful fashion, with both films finding favorable placement on The List and Chamber of Secrets being deemed as a gradual improvement over its predecessor. I’ll be honest though – something that surprised me was how much […]

Full Moon Magic Mondays!: – Necropolis: Legion

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Encase you’re unaware, I’ve made a commitment to review all the films from Charles Bands’ Deadly Ten series – a series that began with Weedjies: Halloweed Night. I wouldn’t say I expect this new brand to breathe new life into Full Moon Features, a company I’ve poured a lot of […]

Now Presenting: A Review of Trespassers

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There’s a certain method or modus operandi for how I review films on The Club that has developed over the last half-decade or so I’ve written them. I sometimes look at what I’d written in the early-going and wonder where that surplus of enthusiasm and curiosity went. I’d review every […]

Full Moon Magic Mondays!: – Gingerdead Man 2

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Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust is a far more interesting film than its predecessor. This isn’t meant, by any stretch, to be perceived as a recommendation for the film, but, more to say, it has more on its mind. Like its predecessor, I watched this film using the […]

Now Presenting: – A Review of The Brides of Dracula

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   The Brides of Dracula is a 1960 British horror film directed by Terence Fisher and acts as a sequel to the 1958 film Dracula. For some reason, it is the first Hammer Horror film we’ve ever reviewed on Mashers Club. I’ve wanted to review Hammer Horror films for a while now, but I’ve always refrained from it for […]

Now Presenting: A Review of Joker

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I was very interested in the Joker film, even if I didn’t rush out to theaters on opening-day for the Todd Phillips directed film. Maybe it’s because, as interested as I was, interest doesn’t always result in enthusiasm or expectation. I fondly regard my memories awaiting The Dark Knight film, seeing it on its opening weekend […]

Now Playing: A Review of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

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Quentin Tarantino has been regarded as the one of the most quintessential filmmakers alive and kicking ever since Pulp Fiction burst on the scene, receiving critical acclaim and putting his off-brand, rough-around-the-edges style on the big-screen. The director has had an interesting career since then, developing a catalog of mostly well received films […]

Now Presenting: A Review of Ant-Man and the Wasp

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When Ant-Man arrived in 2015, I couldn’t help but find myself disappointed in the finished product. In truth, it was an average-fare that would have left me satiated had it come in the initial phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Unfortunately, as Marvel’s series of films encumbered the theaters at a more rampant, […]