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Find Your Film Reviews: ‘The Dig’ And ‘Beginning’ Are Worthy And Immersive Cinematic Explorations

Two films I am highly recommending this week are Netflix's The Dig and Mubi's Beginning. Both movies are explorations into the depths of humanity,...

Review: Emotional And Creepy ‘The Wolf House’ Is An “Animated Masterpiece”

The Wolf House (2018) (Shudder and VOD rental), directed by Joaquin Cociña and Cristóbal León, is an animated masterpiece that has to be experienced...

Find Your Film Reviews: Ramin Bahrani’s ‘The White Tiger’ Roars With Cinematic Abandon

Filmmaker Ramin Bahrani's The White Tiger, based on the New York Times bestseller, centers on a poor villager's (Adarsh Gourav) rise to a cunning...

Find Your Film Reviews ‘The Marksman,’ ‘Some Kind of Heaven’ and ‘A Thousand Cuts’

Along with our weekly movie recommendations, we review three new movies on Find Your Film. Two of them are documentaries (Some Kind of Heaven...

‘Nomadland’ Is A “Remarkable Achievement” From Filmmaker Chloé Zhao And Frances McDormand

Nomadland is a remarkable achievement, somehow rewriting and elevating the mythology of the American West. Director Chloé Zhao completes her unofficial trilogy, each film...

Find Your Film Reviews ‘Nomadland,’ ‘The Reason I Jump’ and ‘The Cat O’ Nine Tails’

On the latest Find Your Film podcast we review Nomadland and The Reason I Jump, two cinematic experiences that are infused with humanism and...

FYF Reviews ‘Soul,’ ‘The Head Hunter,’ ‘The Great Silence’ And ‘Cemetery Without Crosses’

On the latest episode of Find Your Film, we review the Disney Pixar feature Soul, a couple of Spaghetti Westerns (Cemetery Without Crosses, The...

FYF Reviews: ‘Wonder Woman 1984,’ Dario Argento’s ‘Deep Red’ And ‘Dial Code Santa Claus’

On the latest episode of Find Your Film we cover Dario Argento's classic thriller Deep Red. I also review Wonder Woman 1984, the disappointing...

Find Your Film Recommends ‘Max Cloud,’ ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ And ‘Spontaneous’

  This week on Find Your Film our "biggest" movie is The Midnight Sky, and ultimately two out our trio recommend the flick (Bruce Purkey...

FYF Reviews Multiverse Thriller ‘Parallel’ And Meryl Streep/Robert De Niro Gem ‘Falling In Love’

Lots of things to cover on the latest episode of Find Your Film, but one movie all three of us checked out was the...

South Korean Thriller ‘The Call’ Is A “Supernatural Mind-Bender” With A “Jaw-Dropping” Storyline

The Call (2020  Netflix) is a South Korean thriller directed with assurance and bravado by 2nd-time director, Chung-Hyun Lee. This is the sort of...

Review: ‘Anything For Jackson’ Is ‘Quality Cult Cinema’ From Director Justin G. Dyck

Anything For Jackson (2020, Shudder Exclusive) is a pitch black horror comedy that both subverts the genre and provides a surprising level of heart....

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