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Action Fueled ‘Train To Busan Presents: Peninsula’ Is A Letdown

Sang-ho Yuen shocked the world in 2016 with Train To Busan, by giving us a zombie movie that we didn’t know...

‘Spree’ Review: Joe Keery Headlined Thriller Absolutely “Slaps”

My love for Spree, a new feature highlighted by excellent performances from Joe Keery and Sasheer Zamata, mainly lies in the...

Review: “Emotional” ‘La Llorona’ Is Haunted By the Sins of the Past

La Llorona, directed by Jayro Bustamante, transforms the traditional folk-tale into an allegory for the political sins of Guatemala. The film...

‘Amulet’ Review: Surreal Horror Movie Embarks On A Road Less Traveled.

Amulet, now in theaters and available on Premium Video on Demand, is the feature debut, written and directed, by established actor,...

Review: A “Palpable Sense of Mystery” Exists With ‘Impetigore’

Impetigore, now streaming on Shudder, is the second release by Indonesian filmmaker Joko Anwar to garner attention by the Western world....

Review: Jenny Slate Shines In Brisk And Evocative ‘The Sunlit Night’

Jenny Slate's abilities as a lead actress were confirmed in 2014's Obvious Child, and that holds true with The Sunlit Night....

‘First Cow’ Review: Friendship Powers Subtle Story of the American Dream

First Cow, the newest A24 release, directed by Kelly Reichardt, is a subtle study of the American Dream. Unlike the sprawling...

‘The Painted Bird’ Review: Black And White Tale Is Unrelenting To Its Core

Based on Jerzy Kosinski's novel, The Painted Bird is nearly three hours of brutal and unforgiving events experienced by a young...

Flick City Episode 20: ‘Flannery’ Directors Elizabeth Coffman And Mark Bosco, ‘The Sunlit Night’ Writer Rebecca Dinerstein Knight

On the latest episode of Flick City, I cover the documentary Flannery and the Jenny Slate headlined feature The Sunlit Night....

‘Relic’ Review: Emily Mortimer Toplines “Emotionally Devastating” Horror Film

Relic (2020 -- Video On Demand) is the impressive feature debut by Australian director, Natalie Erika James. Following in the footsteps...

‘The Duke of Burgundy’ Review: A Subtle And Surprising Love Story

The Duke of Burgundy is the third feature by director, Peter Strickland. Unlike the lurid, popcorn melodrama of 50 Shades of...

KiKi Layne And Charlize Theron Deliver First Rate Work In ‘The Old Guard’

Although its moniker feels ancient, The Old Guard brings a ton of fresh perspectives into the action thriller genre. Gina...

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Chris Messina And Amy Seimetz Discuss Intricacies Behind ‘The Secrets We Keep’

  Chris Messina was recently seen in director Amy Seimetz's critically praised feature She Dies Tomorrow, and they both star in the new...

‘Alone’ Review: Jules Willcox And Marc Menchaca Power Gritty And Uncompromising Thriller

One of my favorite aspects of movie watching lies in discovery. Though I'm familiar with Marc Menchaca's work (Ozark, Every Time...