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Tiff 2017: THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER Review

It is not an exaggeration to call the film entrancing, drawing you into each scene with perfect filmmaking and perfectly surreal acting to force you through two hours of dread.

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Tiff 2017: BEAST Review

DIRECTED by: Michael Pearce Michael Pearce’s debut feature, Beast, suffers from an awkward problem.

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Tiff 2017: OUTSIDE IN Review

Lynn Shelton gives us the natural outpouring of a moment in time through the emotions and conversations of fully realized characters.

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THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM Review

THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM is a weirdly compelling treatment of the performative aspect to a serial killer.

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Beyond Fest 2017: Full Lineup Announced

This year’s Beyond Fest, LA’s biggest genre film festival is gearing up to kick off September 29th and today the full lineup of films has been announced.

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CIRCUS KANE Review

CIRCUS KANE has its handcrafted charms, but the production is penny wise and pound foolish.

Ruben Östlund’s THE SQUARE Gets a Trailer

Magnolia has released the trailer for the upcoming comedy The Square, Ruben Östlund‘s followup to to the wonderful Force Majeure and winner of this year’s Palme D’

Documentary BRIMSTONE & GLORY Gets a Trailer

Oscilloscope has released a new trailer for the upcoming documentary Brimstone & Glory, directed by Viktor Jakovleski and produced by Benh Zeitlin and Court 13 (Beasts of the S

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THE EVIL IN US Review

The Evil In Us is a drab and annoying cabin-in-the-woods horror movie where, surprise, the monster was inside of us all along.

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Short Film: AND BY WE I MEAN ME

This week’s short film pick comes to us from director Christopher Jason Bell and his film And By We I Mean Me.