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Narrative Card Game ‘Signs of the Sojourner’ Hits Steam

With movies taking up much of my time, gaming and everything has taken a back seat to my love for cinema....

‘The Death of Dick Long’ Shines With Impeccable Dark Humor And Storytelling

The Death of Dick Long is the sophomore feature by director Daniel Scheinert (Swiss Army Man). This films opens as three...

Bruce Purkey Reviews Biosphere 2 Documentary ‘Spaceship Earth’

Spaceship Earth  (2020 - Dir. Matt Wolf), tells the story of the massive ecological experiment, Biosphere 2. In 1991, eight “biospherians”...

Josh Trank Loves “Every Frame” Of Fever Dream Driven ‘Capone’

Written and directed by Josh Trank, Capone centers on the final year of Chicago gangster Alfonse Capone's (Tom Hardy) life. Suffering...

Brian Cox Discusses Jean Arthur Films ‘The More The Merrier’ And ‘Easy Living’

Brian Cox made the rounds yesterday to promote his upcoming mystery/thriller Last Moment of Clarity, and during our interview he expressed...

‘The Delicacy’ Interview With Director Jason Wise

Directed by Jason Wise (SOMM), The Delicacy centers on how the sea urchin is harvested, eaten, and why it has...

Bruce Purkey Reviews “Gloriously Atmospheric” ‘The Innocents’

The Innocents (1961), directed by Jack Clayton, may be unfamiliar to those younger than 35, but it is a gloriously atmospheric...

Tom Hardy Goes Gangbusters In Riveting And Inspired ‘Capone’

I'm a sucker for films that have a "go big or go home mentality," and after the failure of Fantastic Four,...

Review: ‘Dogs Don’t Wear Pants’ Is Daring Cinema Available On Shudder

Dogs Don’t Wear Pants, directed by J.P. Valkeapaa, is a Finnish film that finds its way to American audiences as a...

Beanie Feldstein Captivates In Bold And Bracing ‘How to Build A Girl’

One of the reasons why Stand By Me is a stellar coming-of-age feature lies in its unabashed look at the less...

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Review: Hidden Gem ‘Miracle Mile’ Deserves Cult Status

Miracle Mile,, directed by Steve De Jarnatt, deserves the same sort of cult status as movies like Heathers, Red Dawn, and...

Listen: Alain Johannes Is “Free” To Wander With Contemplative Track

Alain Johannes' third solo album Hum comes out July 31, and one reason why I'll be checking out this effort lies...

Bruce Purkey Finds Dazzling Trash With ‘Blood Machines’

On paper, there is no reason I should enjoy Blood Machines, a Shudder Original Series, directed by Seth Ickerman. It has...

Love Guitarist Johnny Echols Takes A Trip Back To ‘Laurel Canyon’

The two-part docuseries Laurel Canyon focuses on the artists who lived in hillside area of Los Angeles back in the mid-1960s...