Art of Self-Defense SXSW Review: Eisenberg Shines in Pitch Black, Poignant Comedy
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Art of Self-Defense SXSW Review: Eisenberg Shines in Pitch Black, Poignant Comedy

For as long as people have been alive, people have felt unsafe, at least in…

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Never Grow Old Review: John Cusack Terrifies in Dark Western Thriller
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Never Grow Old Review: John Cusack Terrifies in Dark Western Thriller

Never Grow Old is a dark, gritty western from Irish writer/director Ivan Kavanagh. A trio…

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Little Monsters SXSW Review: Lupita Nyong’o Kills It in Australian Zombie Comedy
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Little Monsters SXSW Review: Lupita Nyong’o Kills It in Australian Zombie Comedy

Writer and director Abe Forsythe’s Little Monsters is currently showing at this year’s SXSW film…

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Body at Brighton Rock SXSW Review: Never, Ever Go in the Woods Alone
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Body at Brighton Rock SXSW Review: Never, Ever Go in the Woods Alone

Horror is an interesting genre, in that, it very much relies on the individual in…

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Good Boys SXSW Review: These Boys Are The Best Bad Boys Ever
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Good Boys SXSW Review: These Boys Are The Best Bad Boys Ever

If we’re lucky, in any given year there will be one comedy released that is…

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The Highwaymen SXSW Review: Bonnie & Clyde Go Down in Style
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The Highwaymen SXSW Review: Bonnie & Clyde Go Down in Style

Because we, as humans, have a fascination with famous people on the wrong side of…

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The Beach Bum SXSW Review: The Role McConaughey Was Born to Play
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The Beach Bum SXSW Review: The Role McConaughey Was Born to Play

It’s been nearly seven years since director Harmony Korine unleashed Spring Breakers on the world.…

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Captain Marvel Review #2: The MCU Is Getting Lazy Again
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Captain Marvel Review #2: The MCU Is Getting Lazy Again

The brilliant premieres of Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther now seem like a lifetime…

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The Kid Review: Director Vincent D’Onofrio Shoots Blanks in Western Debut
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The Kid Review: Director Vincent D’Onofrio Shoots Blanks in Western Debut

Captain Marvel Review: Contender for Best MCU Movie Yet
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Captain Marvel Review: Contender for Best MCU Movie Yet

Captain Marvel takes the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a bold, fearless new direction. The film…

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