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Sean Boelman

Sean Boelman
Sean is a film student, aspiring filmmaker, and life-long cinephile. For as long as he can remember, he has always loved film; however, he credits the film Pan's Labyrinth as having started his love of film as art. Sean enjoys watching many types of films, although some personal favorite genres include dramatic comedies, romantic comedies, heist films, and art horror.
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Review: GALVESTON Barely Misses The Mark

After making its debut at the 2018 South by Southwest Film Festival, Galveston is making its way into theaters and on demand. The film...
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Review: THE OLD MAN & THE GUN Is Refreshingly Old-School

Supposedly the final film of Robert Redford’s long and successful career, The Old Man & the Gun is the newest movie by festival darling...
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Review: HALLOWEEN Is Almost A Worthy Sequel

Considered by many to be one of the seminal films of the horror genre, John Carpenter’s 1978 classic Halloween is receiving yet another sequel....
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Review: THE WALDHEIM WALTZ Is Surprisingly Relevant

Kurt Waldheim served as Secretary General of the United Nations from 1972 to 1981 and was later President of Austria from 1986 to 1992....
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Horn from the Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story is a new documentary directed by John Anderson about the life of famous blues musician Paul...
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Review: THE OATH Deserves Your Loyalty

Imagine an America in which the rights of the people are oppressively limited by the government… For some, that idea isn’t too far of...
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Review: SADIE Is An Ambitious, Yet Uneven Drama

Sadie debuted at the 2018 South by Southwest Film Festival to positive reviews and makes its way to theaters this weekend.The film follows Sadie,...
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Review: THE HATE U GIVE Is What Teen Cinema Should Be

Based on the New York Times YA best-seller of the same name, The Hate U Give is a new film that serves as a...
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Review: FIRST MAN Fails To Lift Off

Houston, we have a problem…First Man is the newest film from Damien Chazelle, director of such acclaimed films as La La Land and Whiplash....
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Review: You Can’t Hide The Greatness Of COLETTE

After making waves at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival, Colette has made its way into U.S. cinemas.The movie stars...
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Review: Laugh And Cry In STELLA’S LAST WEEKEND

Does anyone remember The Naked Brothers Band, the early 2000’s Nickelodeon show starring Nat and Alex Wolff? Well, both actors went on to their...
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Review: THE GREAT BUSTER Is A Worthy Tribute

Considered to be one of the greats of silent cinema, Buster Keaton is known for directing and starring in films such as Seven Chances,...

Review: BLACK ’47 Is Starving For Excitement

One of the worst disasters in all of history, the Great Famine in Ireland is believed to have caused upwards of 100,000 deaths. Black...
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Review: HEAVY TRIP Rocks And Rolls With Laughter

Are there any fans of symphonic post-apocalyptic reindeer-grinding Christ-abusing extreme war pagan Fennoscandian metal in the house? No? Well, this movie may very well...
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Review: BAD REPUTATION Is A Rockin’ Doc

Fans of classic rock are undoubtedly familiar with Joan Jett, the rockstar known for her hit songs such as “I Love Rock and Roll,”...
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Review: Think Twice Before Taking This RIDE

Anyone who has ever used a ride-sharing app has probably questioned its safety. That is precisely the idea upon which the new film Ride...
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Review: VENOM Needed To Have More Bite

Based on a fan-favorite villain that wasn't exactly clamoring for his own movie, Venom is the story of Eddie Brock, a reporter that gets infected...
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It has been six years since Drew Goddard last directed a film, the cult favorite horror-comedy The Cabin in the Woods. In the meantime,...
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Review: MORNING, NOON & NIGHT Aims Big, But Goes Home

Director Josh Becker certainly needs to be praised for his ambition in making Morning, Noon & Night. Rarely do films come out handling drug...