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WHAT REMAINS OF EDITH FINCH Review

As the world of videogames and cinema inch closer together, from time to time I’ll play a game that I think is worth discussing on this site, and the recently released What Remains

THE DARK TOWER Receives a First Trailer

Sony has released the trailer for the much anticipated Stephen King adaptation The Dark Tower, starring Idris Elba, Matthew McConaughey, and Tom Taylor.

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FOR FUTURE REFERENCE: TORMENTING THE HEN

Tension abounds in writer/director Theodore Collatos’s latest feature, Tormenting the Hen, as nearly every discussion and/or interaction is laced with potential avenues providing o

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TIGER RAID Review

War is a nasty, dirty, ugly thing, and Simon Dixon’s directorial debut, Tiger Raid, conveys this hell on earth by telling the story of two despicable mercenaries on a mission to pe

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LOGAN NOIR Coming to Alamo Drafthouse May 16th

The Alamo Drafthouse announced today that they will be presenting a special monochromatic version of James Mangold‘s Logan, dubbed Logan Noir, in their theaters across the na

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TAKE ME Review

Although the concept of someone paying money to take part in a simulated abduction may sound ludicrous, it’s a very real thing and is the subject of Pat Healy’s directorial debut,

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THE CIRCLE Review

There’s a good movie living somewhere inside The Circle, but it’s been incessantly recut, switched around, shortened in the wrong places and extended in other wrong places, and the

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Tribeca 2017: DEVIL’S GATE Review

Feeling a lot like the recently released, and far more entertaining, The Void, Devil’s Gate simply rehashes a plotline we’ve seen many times before but doesn’t add anything of valu

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Tribeca 2017: FLOWER Review

With all-star performances from Zoey Deutch and Joey Morgan and a touching, funny, slightly disturbing (in a good way) script, Flower is one of the best indie comedies I’ve had the