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WHOSE STREETS? Review

WHOSE STREETS? shows the organized and thoughtful resistance to a media narrative that wanted to dismiss the concerns of an oppressed population.

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Short Film: DEBIT WOLF

This week’s short film pick comes to us from director Chris Shields and his film Debit Wolf.

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ANNABELLE: CREATION Review

Far from revolutionizing, Creation (much as Wan's The Conjuring did initially to set off this series) refines the approach itself to the point where even the most telegraphed of sc

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Criterion Announces Massive Olympic Box Set

The Criterion Collection has announced plans to release a massive box set celebrating 100 years of Olympic films, so if you’re a fan of the Olympics, start saving your pennie

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A TAXI DRIVER Review

Set during the bloody Gwangju Uprising in South Korea in the Spring of 1980, Hun Jang’s A Taxi Driver delivers a powerful and heartbreaking, yet inspirational, true story framed wi

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CUT SHOOT KILL Review

Cut Shoot Kill is a cacophony of unfortunate acting, cringe-worthy dialogue and sub-par sound mixing that culminates into a thoroughly unenjoyable experience from beginning to end.

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Nathan Silver’s THIRST STREET Gets a Trailer

Samuel Goldwyn films has released a new trailer for Nathan Silver’s upcoming thriller Thirst Street, which stars Lindsay Burdge as a flight attendant who becomes obsessed wi

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Podcast: Episode 261 – THE TRANSFIGURATION

This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the indie horror flick The Transfiguration, coming out on VOD platforms this week and talk about some other stuff including Hidden Figures,