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‘Come Play’ Review: Larry’s Loneliness Leads To Riveting And Resonant Narrative

Writer-director Jacob Chase has crafted an absolute gem with Come Play, a scary and surprisingly evocative tale that expands the world of his short...

FYF Podcast Picks: ‘Synchronic,’ ‘Dick Johnson Is Dead,’ ‘Rebecca,’ And ‘The Bad and the Beautiful’

Running at a brisk 78 minutes, we cover a ton of films on the latest Find Your Film episode. Topping that list is Synchronic,...

Review: Sublime Lily James Performance And Immersive Storytelling Breathe Life Into ‘Rebecca’

It takes guts to remake Rebecca, and one wonders if director Ben Wheatley and company would be overshadowed by the presence of Alfred Hitchcock,...

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Excels With Inspired Ensemble And Excellence Of Aaron Sorkin

With the overwhelming praise heaped on Netflix's The Trial of the Chicago 7, it's a no brainer that come October 16 this should be...

Review: “Brutal Purity of Vision” Dominates ‘Possessor Uncut’

Possessor Uncut, directed by Brandon Cronenberg, is a film that will assuredly frustrate some and repel others. But, for those who cut their film...

Review: ‘The Old Man: The Movie’ Is Stop-Motion Excellence From Estonia

In the late ‘90’s, a short cartoon called The Spirit of Christmas was traded from hand to hand, dubbed onto countless VHS tapes as...

‘Enola Holmes’ Review – Millie Bobby Brown Shines As Sherlock’s Resilient Sibling

Millie Bobby Brown's international acclaim is obviously credited to TV's Stranger Things, and she has embarked on a promising film career as well thanks...

‘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 I Die), Jules...

‘The Social Dilemma’ Review: Incisive Documentary Tackles “Existential Threat” Of Tech

Social media is an addiction that has been normalized. We are living in a digital age of mass consumption, and convenience may have taken...

‘I’m Thinking Of Ending Things’ Review: Charlie Kaufman’s Latest Is Much Ado About Everything

Academy award winning writer Charlie Kuafman (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) is known for crafting dense, oftentimes non-linear narratives that refreshingly merit repeated...

“Gloriously Fun” Uncle Peckerhead Serves Up Heart and Horror

First time feature director Matthew John Lawrence might have bitten off more than he can chew with horror/comedy Uncle Peckerhead. But, surprisingly, with a...

‘Watch List’ Review: Alessandra de Rossi Shines In Unflinching Drug War Thriller

As a Filipino-American, it's embarrassing that I've only seen a couple of films that are about the Philippines. As soon as I received an...

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‘The Dark Knight Trilogy’ 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray Giveaway From Deepest Dream!

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Serenity currently has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 20% (its audience score is 29%), and I understand the low marks. That said, the guys...