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Reviews And Dunn

Your Go-To Source For Entertainment Reviews

Welcome to Reviews And Dunn, a unique blog showcasing all things entertainment. I love having the opportunity to share my passions and thoughts with my loyal readers. Read on, and enjoy.

 

A hilarious Disaster

As The Disaster Artist opens up, we hear from various celebrities speaking on the now cult classic known as The Room. A24 Pictures & New...

Matt Damon takes a boring trip to suburbia

The dark side of suburbia is front & center in Paramount Pictures, Suburbicon, the latest collaboration from George Clooney and the Coen...

Who knew Death could be so fun

Following Spilt & Get Out, Universal Pictures & Blumhosue productions continue their successful 2017 horror run with their latest release...

A Textbook But Winning Faith-Based Film

In association with Silver Lining Entertainment, Pure Flix Entertainment releases the latest faith-based film, A Question of Faith, a...

It provides scares and more

One of the horror genre's most iconic villains is Pennywise returns in Warner Brother's adaption of Stephen King's classic novel, It....

Whose Streets is a powerful look at race relations

Two weeks after seeing the powerful Detroit, I sat in the theater for the equally compelling Whose Streets from Magnolia Pictures....

Summer Closes Out With A Chilling Creation

Warner Bros. Annabelle Creation continues to provide genuine chills as the latest entry in The Conjuring Universe series of films....

Blondes don't always have more fun

Charlize Theron takes no prisoner's in Focus Features Atomic Blonde, based on the Oni Press Graphic novel series "The Coldest City."...

The ladies shine in Girls Trip

Universal Pictures' hilarious comedy, Girls Trip, is sure to draw comparisons to last month's Rough Night from naysayers. While their...

Eric Roberson's Soulful Night in Bethesda

On Saturday, July 15th, Eric Roberson brought his signature style to a sold-out crowd at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club. Next to New...

Deep-sea terror in 47 Meters Down

In 1975, audiences were given their first taste of a shark for the antagonist on the big screen with Steven Spielberg's classic Jaws....

 

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