The Movie Waffler The Movie Waffler: By Eric Hillis

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First Look Review - HOPE GAP

hope gap review
A young man arrives home for the weekend to find his parents separating.

New to DVD - THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON

the peanut butter falcon review
A young man with Down syndrome teams up with a fugitive to fulfil his dream of joining a wrestling school.

New to DVD - COME TO DADDY

come to daddy review
A man reconnects with his estranged father after a 30 year absence, but something just doesn't seem quite right with him.

New to DVD - TERMINATOR: DARK FATE

terminator dark fate review
A human/cyborg hybrid soldier returns from the future to protect the future leader of the human resistance.

New Release Review - THE JESUS ROLLS

the jesus rolls review
Released from prison, Jesus Quintana takes a road trip with a friend.

New Release Review - THE INVISIBLE MAN

the invisible man review
Following her abusive partner's suicide, a woman begins to suspect he is still stalking her as an unseen presence.

New to Blu-Ray - HOLIDAY

holiday review
A gangster's trophy girlfriend weighs up the pros and cons of her lifestyle.

New to DVD - ROMA

roma review
A year in the life of a maid working for a family in 1970s Mexico City.

New to DVD - ZOMBIELAND: DOUBLE TAP

zombieland double tap review
The quartet of zombie apocalypse survivors find themselves divided.

New Release Review - VIVARIUM

vivarium review
After visiting a newly built suburban housing development, a two young lovers find themselves trapped in a nightmare.

Now on Netflix - ANNABELLE: CREATION

annabelle creation review
Prequel to the Conjuring spinoff.

New to DVD - MALEFICENT: MISTRESS OF EVIL

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil review
Maleficent's god-daughter Aurora becomes engaged to a prince whose mother doesn't approve of the relationship.

Now on Netflix - HOSTILES

hostiles review
A veteran US Cavalry officer is charged with escorting a newly freed Cheyenne chief and his family back to their home.

Apprehension and Acceptance: The Duality of MODEL SHOP and COMING HOME

model shop
How Jacques Demy and Hal Ashby's films act as mirrors of the Vietnam experience.
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