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When you live in a small town in Michigan there isn’t a lot to do. So, Lou keeps herself busy by partying as much as possible. Tonight, like any other night, Lou and her friend Sadie hit a party and have a good time. The next day Lou doesn’t remember much about what happened that night, but Sadie said everything was cool. Then all of a sudden Lou starts feeling sick and that’s when she finds out she’s pregnant.

This movie is American-Canadian body horror and writer/director Danny Perez’s first feature film. Perez said the reason he created the script was to “subvert a lot of female archetypes.”

Back in September 2016, thanks to IFC Midnight getting the rights, the film had a limited theater release and it could be found on VOD. If you are curious about this one, as of March 2017, you can find it on Netflix.

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Neil Stryker

Neil Stryker and The Tyrant of Time

Swift shot: What the hell was that? I mean, really, what in the actual Seven Hells did I just watch there? A crazy sci-fi comedy action flick that has good old fashioned T n A, plenty of violence, decent special effects for its budget, there were puppets, there was singing, there was David Ogden Stiers and Walter Koenig, the original Chekov, for those that don’t know. And, truth be told, I haven’t been this challenged writing a review since Hit Team! All I can say for sure is Neil Stryker and The Tyrant of Time is original, and it has an uncanny Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog timbre to it, with a bit of Buckaroo Banzai absurdity peppered in.

If you are seeking something completely off-the-wall and unpredictable, Neil Stryker and The Tyrant of Time is a safe bet. I guarantee it is like nothing else you have ever seen before, and there are puppets.

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Wish you were here Directed by: Morten Tyldum Written by: Jon Spaihts Cast: Chris Pratt, Jennifer Lawrence Swift shot: I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this Morten Tyldum directed science fiction fantasy. Part Cast Away, part Gravity and a clever twist on Sleeping Beauty, Passengers moves along with a dreamy sing-song pace, floating […]

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Rogue One

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Brutal Directed by: Gareth Edwards Written by: Chris Weitz, Tony Gilroy, John Knoll, Gary Whitta Cast: Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Alan Tudyk, Ben Mendelsohn Swift shot: As the first true standalone film to take place within canonical Star Wars, Rogue One does not disappoint and sets the bar bloody high! If Disney can make a war film this […]

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