The Breakdown of 'Hellraiser', 'Piranha', 'The Stranger', 'Tigertail' and 'Love, Wedding, Repeat'

I'm hoping everyone is having a great start to the week and to help with that here is the latest episode of The Movie Breakdown. This week we look at two cult horror movies; we review the gory and controversial Clive Barker directed Hellraiser and the 1978 tongue-in-cheek Jaws knock-off, Piranha. We also go all the back to 1946 with legendary director Orson Welles' third feature, The Stranger. We also have two Netflix originals; the Alan Yang story of a Taiwanese immigrant Tigertail and the romantic comedy Love, Wedding, Repeat. We discuss some movies that have had significant impact on the history of cinema, and we talk a bit about what they meant for the time and their lasting influence. As always, it was a great time talking motion pictures and we really hope you love it. If you do, then please show your appreciation by sharing the episode on social media,

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The Movies' Rating Out of Four Stars

Tigertail *** (CS & SM)
Love, Wedding, Repeat *½ (CS) & ** (SM)
Hellraiser *** (CS & SM)
The Stranger ***½ (CS & SM)
Piranha *** (CS & SM)