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Map Redhead Reel Reviews for the Week July 8 | Free

Map Redhead Reel Reviews for the Week July 8 |  Free

Rating system: (4 = Do not miss, 3 = Good, 2 = Worth a look, 1 = Forget it)

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«3 demons» (NR) (1.5) [Available July 5 on DVD and various digital and VOD platforms.] – DM Cunningham’s scary, strange, suspenseful, incomprehensible, gruesome, unpredictable, 97-minute supernatural horror film in which a stressed, widowed deputy (Peter Tell), who lost his wife and daughter nine years earlier, takes care of the body of a recently deceased woman ( Zoë Cunningham) to his partner (Haley Heslip) returns and the family can claim the body, but when he accidentally completes a devilish magic ritual, he begins to lose touch with reality as three scary demons (Laura Golinski, Jovonnah Nicholson and Zoë Cunningham) terrorizes him and forces him to face his inner demons.

“Anamorph” (R) (2.5) [Disturbing grisly images, some violence, and language.] [DVD and VOD only] – A dark, nerve-wracking, star-studded (James Rebhorn, Clea Duvall and Peter Storemare), film from 2007 in which a longtime detective (Willem Dafoe) in New York City reluctantly teams up with a partner (Scott Speedman) to investigate gruesome murders there the victims (Yul Vazquez, et al.) were dismembered and their body parts arranged in bloody, disturbing, artistic poses.

«Fair Game» (R) (2.5) [Opens July 8 in theaters and available July 12 on various VOD platforms.] – When three ruthless, bullying, money-hungry kangaroo hunters (Peter Ford, David Sandford and Garry Who) senselessly kill kangaroos and other animals at an Australian animal sanctuary and then terrorize the nature sanctuary’s cheeky, sexy owner (Cassandra Delaney) in Outback in Mario Andreacchio’s engaging, dirty, action-packed, fast-paced, violent, 85-minute thriller from 1986, the angry, artistic, persistent Australian activist takes matters into his own, skilled hands after local authorities refuse to help and hesitate. out the well-deserved encouragement of the poachers.

«Last caller» (NR) (.5) [Available July 5 on DVD and various VOD platforms.] Todd Sheets’ scary, crazy, bloody, gruesome, poorly played, violent, low-budget, unpredictable, 91-minute slasher thriller from 2020, in which an overwhelming, disgusting, ugly mouth, ran late at night “On Through the Night” – the radio host (Douglas Epps) who finds himself in conflict with his talk show producer (Rachel Lagen), his sound engineer (Alexander Brotherton) and his ex-wife who carries divorce papers (Jane Plumberg) reaches a sadistic, blood-soaked, psychotic “The Outsider” – serial killer (Jack McCord) calls in and wants to kill his victims while on air; only for diehard slasher fans.

“HP Lovecraft’s Witch House” (NR) (3) [Available July 5 on DVD and various digital and VOD platforms.] – Bobby Easley’s gripping, award-winning, risky, intense, fast-paced, bloody, violent, unpredictable, 82-minute horror film adapted from HP Lovecraft’s 1932 short story “The Dreams in the Witch House” in which a lesbian graduate student (Michelle Morris) tries to escape a violent boyfriend (Andrew Hutchinson), rent a room in the attic of an anti-social landlord (Shonda Laverty) in a notorious, notoriously vicious house in Indiana, where the landlord’s zealous brother (Joe Padgett) and niece (Julie Anne Prescott) also live, with the intention of proving that alternative dimensions exist and end up opening a portal to a fourth dimension where gruesome nightmares merge with reality.

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“Munich: The Edge of War” (PG-13) (3) [Some strong language, thematic elements, smoking, and brief violence.] [Netflix Only] – Christian Schwochows takes poetic license in this powerful, captivating, objectively inspired, well-current, exciting, 130-minute thriller from 2021 based on Robert Harris’ novel “Munich” from 2017 which focuses on the naive negotiation strategy of British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain (Jeremy Irons) in 1938 during a Munich conference, attended by Chancellor Adolf Hitler (Ulrich Matthes), Italian dictator Benito Mussolini (Domenico Fortunato), and French President Édouard Daladier (Stéphane Boucher), where he willingly sacrificed the fate of the Sudetenland in western Czechoslovakia – then an ally of Great Britain – by signing the Munich Agreement on September 30, 1938, in an attempt to prevent a war and to secure the coveted “peace of our time” with Germany and follow his nervously vulnerable Secretary (George MacKay), who has a wife (Brown Findlay) and a young son (Aidan Hennessey), whose Oxford friend, German translator and diplomat (Jannis Niewöhner) has secretly collaborated with a Wehr macht general in Berlin to stop the Nazi maniac and is trying, at great risk to himself, to warn Britain of Hitler’s true intentions.

«Prest» (PG-13) (1) [Intense sequences of violence and action, disturbing images, and brief strong language.] [DVD and VOD only] – When a bloodthirsty, apostate priest (Karl Urban) turns the vampire into his own species and kidnaps a young girl (Lily Collins) to lure his father into this dull, violent, 3D, post-apocalyptic, comb-dotted (Christopher) Plummer, Brad Dourig, Alan Dale and Mädchen Amick) sci-fi thriller, two priests (Paul Bettany and Maggie Q) and a beaten sheriff (Cam Gigandet) try to stop an army of vampires from reaching the unsuspecting, crowded city.

«Riki the Rhino» (NR) (2.5) [Available July 5 on various digital and VOD platforms.] – After a kind-hearted Sumatran rhino (voiceover by Jennifer Castle) gets desperate when a ruthless hunter (voiceover by Zack Lee) steals his horn in Erwin Budiono’s colorful, family-oriented, humorous, fast-paced, 88-minute animated 2020 film that promotes wildlife conservation, he goes out into the rainforest with his best friend (voiceover by Paul Reynold) to pick it up and along the way gain new skills when they meet and help other animals, including an elephant calf (voiceover by Jivok Jivok), a turtle, proboscis monkey, mouse, a bear , a lion and a dove.

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“The Road to Galena” (R) (3) [Language.] [Opens July 8 in theaters and on various VOD platforms.] – After an ambitious Georgetown-educated lawyer (Ben Winchell), who grew up in Maryland with his bank father (Jay O. Sanders) and cancer-stricken mother (Jill Hennessy), takes a job in a skilled law firm run by a junk managing partner ( Margaret Colin) in Washington, DC, marries a lawyer (Alisa Allapach), and becomes very successful in Joe Hall’s moving, realistic, down-to-earth, well-written, bittersweet, predictable, 113-minute film, he becomes disillusioned and wonders what it is. really means to be fulfilled and what small town life would be like when he sees his best friend (Will Brittain) marry his girlfriend (Aimee Teegarden) and eventually struggles with changes of life and endless challenges while running a large farm and raising two daughters.

Stay Prayed Up (NR) (3) [Played June 30 part of AARP’s Movies for Grownups and available on Amazon Prime Video and various VOD platforms.] – DL Anderson and Matthew Durning’s compelling, award-winning, entertaining, touching, inspiring, uplifting, joyful, 73-minute documentary from 2021 that focuses on the life of the powerful, lively, stylish, spiritual, 82-year-old gospel singer Sister Lena Mae Perry, who once owned Mae’s Country Kitchen in North Carolina, which travels around the country to connect with people through faith and music with its amazing, legendary African-American gospel group The Branchettes, which was co-founded by Ethel Elliott and Mary Ellen Bennett and includes guitarist Phil Cook , organist James Wallace, drummer Brevan Hampden, bassist Michael Libramento and tambourine Angela Kent present the group that records their first live album produced by the ultimate Wisconsin-grown fan Phil Cook, and consists of archive photographs and film clips, performance pieces and comments by evangelist Dr. Hattie Lofton, music producer Phil Cook, pastor Barbara Davis, gospel singer / song writer and pianist Wilbur T harp, and Lena Mae’s daughters Lena C. Perry Williams and Regina Perry and sons Cedric and Conley Perry.

“The Summoned” (NR) (3) [Available July 7 on various VOD platforms.] – When the talented, aspiring musician (J. Quinton Johnson), who owns a mechanic’s shop, and his successful, award-winning singer-girlfriend (Emma Fitzpatrick), two years old, who refuse to publicly acknowledge their relationship, are invited by a mysterious, eccentric doctor (Frederick Stuart) to his relationship, retiring to self-improvement for three days and joining an egocentric actress (Angela Gulner) and a divorced business mogul (Salvador Chacon) in Mark Meyer’s intense, scary, dark, white-collar, well-paced, bloody, twist-filled, unpredictable, 87-minute Faust thriller, he begins to experience disturbing dreams and prophetic visions and then discovers that he owes a soul-giving debt promised by his ancestors many years earlier.

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“Thor: Love and Thunder” (PG-13) (2.5) [Intense sci-fi violence, action, language, partial nudity, and some suggestive material.] [Opens July 8 in theaters.] – When the mourning, disillusioned, powerful sword-wielding Gor the God Butcher (Christian Bale) begins to kill low-level gods after his daughter’s death in Taika Waititis entertaining, crazy, humorous, action-packed, fast-paced comedy (Russell Crowe, Chris Pratt, Luke Hemsworth, Pom Klementieff, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Jeff Goldblum, Matt Damon, Sam Neill, Luke Hemsworth, Melissa McCarthy, Ben Falcone, Elsa Pataky, Jenny Morris, Sean Gunn, Stephen Curry, Simon Russell Beale and Jaimie Alexander ), a 119-minute film dominated by crazy dialogue and amazing special effects, the god of thunder (Chris Hemsworth) merges with King Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), Korg (Taika Waititi). ), and his astrophysicist, hammer-swinging, cancer-stricken ex-girlfriend (Natalie Portman), who suffers from stage 4 cancer, to stop the killings and save the children he kidnapped from New Asgard.

“Which way home” (NR) (3.5) [Subtitled] [DVD and VOD only] – An educational, matchless, Oscar-nominated HBO documentary from 2007 where filmmaker Rebecca Cammisa uses interviews with immigration officer Gabriella Coutino, border patrol officer Andrew Adamse, Salvadora’s adviser Lucas Asdrubal Agular and House of Migrants owner Memo Ramirez Gardleuza. the difficult and dangerous journeys of several Central American emigrants (such as the Hondurans Kevin) [age 14] and Fito [age 13]Salvadoran José [age 10]Guatemalan Juan Carlo [age 13]and the Mexicans Jairo [age 17] and Yurico [age 17]) as they travel across Latin America on top of trains to reach family members and their dreams in the United States.

Wendy Schadewald lives in Burnsville.

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