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About Noah Damron

Born and raised in St. Ignace, MI, just across the Mackinac Bridge, Noah has had a love for movies since before he could remember. Taken to the movie theater numerous times every week by his grandmother, Noah always had a strong affection for cinema. A graduate of the Motion Picture Institute in Troy, Michigan, Noah's passion for films is just as infectious today as it was when he was a child. His favorite films include: The Dark Knight, Pulp Fiction, 2001: A Space Odyssey, 12 Angry Men, John Carpenter's Halloween, The Raid 2, To Kill A Mockingbird, Moonlight, The Shining, Toy Story 3

The Standoff at Sparrow Creek

By |01/24/2019|

After hearing of a deadly shooting at a Police funeral nearby, a militia group barricades themselves in a warehouse when they suspect one of them is the shooter. From writer/director [...]

Glass

By |01/18/2019|

The recent years have been quite kind for filmmaker, M. Night Shyamalan. After resurrecting his career with the likes of “The Visit” and the surprise “Unbreakable”-connected, “Split”, it would seem [...]

Replicas

By |01/12/2019|

In an era filled to the brim with smart, sophisticated Science Fiction (Blade Runner 2049, Arrival, Under the Skin), it’s only fitting the month of January would bring us the [...]

Aquaman

By |12/21/2018|

With the DCEU currently undergoing a massive change in their approach to their greater Cinematic universe after the critical and financial disaster that was Justice League, one film that was [...]

Anna and the Apocalypse

By |12/20/2018|

Do you like High School Musical or La La Land, but wish they had more… zombies? If you answered yes, then boy do I have the perfect movie for you. [...]

Roma

By |12/13/2018|

Depicting a year in the life of a high-class family in 1970’s Mexico told from the perspective of their housemaid, Roma plays like a love letter to the women who [...]

Blade Runner 2049

By |10/06/2017|

Blade Runner 2049 (2017, USA, d. Denis Villeneuve, 163 minutes) 3.5/4 Stars 1982’s Blade Runner has become one of the most polarizing and discussed films of the past [...]

TIFF 2017 Review: I, Tonya

By |09/14/2017|

I, Tonya (2017, USA, d. Craig Gillespie, 119 minutes) 3.5/4 Stars Anyone who was alive in the early 90’s remembers the giant scandal involving figure skater, Tonya Harding, [...]

TIFF 2017 Review: mother!

By |09/14/2017|

mother! (2017 USA, d. Darren Aronofsky, 121 minutes) 4/4 Stars To quote TIFF Artistic Director, Cameron Bailey, mother! essentially begins where Black Swan ends. If that doesn’t intrigue [...]

It

By |09/08/2017|

It (2017, USA, d. Andy Muschietti, 135 minutes) After years of delays and production changes, the big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s beloved novel finally makes it way [...]