Tartan TerrorVision — Horror Review

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Welcome to Tartan TerrorVision, this a new column here at Last Movie Outpost and consists of reviews of horror movies we've recently watched over the space of 24 hours. Myself and LMO...

Impressions on the Nazi Comedies of WWII

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I recently watched the two famous comedies from the early 1940s that tackled the Nazis at the height of their power. I first watched 1942s To Be or Not to Be...

RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON Review

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We are a pretty easy bunch to keep happy here at the Last Movie Outpost. Gunplay, explosions, car chases, superheroes, spaceships. Mix that together and it is a safe bet that...

RISE OF SKYWALKER Spoiler Discussion Thread And Reviews

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So it’s finally here.  Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise Of Skywalker is imminent.  Will the trilogy bookend soar, or will it crash and burn?  Can anyone rescue this from The...

Retro Review: AND GOD CREATED WOMAN (1956)

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And God Created Woman is the 1956 French movie that really launched Brigitte Bardot into stardom. I saw it was available on HBO Max so I decided to give it a...
THE SUICIDE SQUAD

THE SUICIDE SQUAD Discussion

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Well, it turns out all you need to get me to watch a sequel(ish) to 2016's cacophonous Suicide Squad is to offer it gratis with your HBO Max subscription. Incidentally, did anybody...

Outposter Magnus Greel Gives Us His Take On THE RISE OF SKYWALKER

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A lot of Outposters have had plenty to say about Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise Of Skywalker.  Many are revealing spoilers and giving mini-reviews in our discussion thread. Others want...

Retro Review: BROADWAY DANNY ROSE

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I like a lot of Woody Allen's movies. Black and white or in color. Comedy or drama. He's made a lot of movies and a good number of them are good...

A Review Of CRY MACHO

Old Soldiers Never Die... Part of me wants to give this movie a five-star review for what it represents. Most likely (although we have said that before) this will be the last...

CATS Neutered At Box-Office, Hilarious Reviews And Still Not Finished

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Only once in a generation does a movie fail so spectacularly, so utterly, on every level with audiences, critics, the studio and its own cast that we all get to point...
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