Posts by Ian Murphy

Ian Murphy

About The Author

Ian Murphy is a full time writer and amateur charlatan. When he's not trolling dive bars for redheads with low standards, he can be found watching classic horror movies, reading the graphic novels of Alan Moore, and writing his next hit screenplay (most likely the sequel to Six Days Seven Nights).
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Movie Review: ‘SMASH: Motorized Mayhem’

If you come across 'SMASH: Motorized Mayhem' on your Netflix cue, or where ever else it lands, do yourself a favor and watch it.

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Movie Review: ‘Moana’

Disney has done it again. "Moana" is a wonderful film that will delight all moviegoers.

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Movie Review: ‘Behind Bayonets and Barbed Wire’

This Veteran’s Day instead of watching "Saving Private Ryan" for the 100th time check out "Behind Bayonets and Barbed Wire."

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Movie Review: ‘Dog Eat Dog’

Nicolas Cage looking for a comeback isn't finding it in "Dog Eat Dog." Ian Murphy reviews...

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Interview: Charlotte Beaumont Talks ‘The Windmill’

ScreenPicks sat down with Charlotte Beuamont, star of the horror film "The Windmill" to get her thoughts on windmills.

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Movie Review: ‘The Windmill’

The horror flick "The Windmill" will probably go down in cinematic history as primarily being remembered for just the windmills, nothing else.

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Movie Review: ‘My Dead Boyfriend’

Quirky, fun comedies are difficult, and "My Dead Boyfriend" can't manage to pull it off. Ian Murphy reviews...

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Interview: Director Richie Smythe of ‘The Siege of Jadotville’

ScreenPicks sat down with director Richie Smyth to discuss his war Irish war drama, "The Siege of Jadotville."

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Movie Review: ‘The Siege of Jadotville’

"The Siege of Jadotville" hits the mark on many levels. Ian Murphy reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Goat’

"Goat" is a well-made warning all about the dangers of taking things for granted. Ian Murphy reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’

Head down to the movie house to check out the refreshing, creepy gem "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children."

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Movie Review: ‘All Hallows’ Eve’

"All Hallows' Eve" is the cinematic equivalent of having your Halloween candy stolen by hooligans.

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Interview: Producer Scott Fujita on Documentary ‘Gleason’

ScreenPicks sat down with Producer Scott Fujita to talk about "Gleason," the film that began as a brainstorm and ended up as one of the most important movies of the year.

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Movie Review: ‘3rd Street Blackout’

"3rd Street Blackout" is as confusing to itself as it is to an audience that, much like the characters in the film, are left waiting for the light to come back on.

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Movie Review: ‘The Legend of Tarzan’

At the end of the day, "The Legend of Tarzan" is cinematic junk food -- fun, tasty, empty, but easily forgotten.

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