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Tribeca 2021: AGNES Review

Indie auteur Mickey Reece’s latest, and perhaps most ambitious project to date, Agnes, is at once a conventional, yet massively compelling possession film, as well as a subtle rumination on religion and acceptance of past traumas. It’s not something that will not

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Julia Ducournau’s TITANE Gets an Intense Trailer

Neon has released the trailer for Julia Ducournau‘s (Raw) upcoming thriller Titane, which I’m not entirely sure what it’s about just yet, but it looks to incorporate some body horror elements and looks pretty intense so I’m all about it.


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It was just a few short days ago that I was writing about the ’90s NYC skateboard scene in my review of The Kids, which takes a look at the individuals involved with Larry Clark’s seminal 1995 film, and now I’m back


Tribeca 2021: Award Winners Announced

As this year’s Tribeca Film Festival rolls on, the award winners have officially been announced. Lauren Hadaway‘s The Novice took home the Best U.S. Narrative Feature Film and Jessica Kingdon‘s Ascension picked up Best Documentary.

The 2021 Tribeca Film Festival continues through


Sci-Fi Thriller SETTLERS Gets a Trailer

IFC Midnight has released the trailer for Settlers, a sci-fi thriller in which a family of settlers on Mars become the target of a group of outsiders. The film is directed by Wyatt Rockefeller and stars Sofia Boutella, Jonny Lee Miller, and


PIG Starring Nicolas Cage Gets a Trailer

Neon has posted up the trailer for the upcoming film Pig, starring Nicolas Cage as a truffle hunter whose pig gets kidnapped. The film is written and directed by Michael Sarnoski and also stars Alex Wolff.

Pig opens in theaters July 16th.


Criterion Announces September 2021 Titles

The Criterion Collection has revealed their lineup for September 2021, with new releases of Neil Jordan‘s Mona Lisa, Gina Prince-Bythewood‘s Love & Basketball, Johnnie To‘s Throw Down, Luchino Visconti‘s The Damned, and four films by Melvin van Peebles (The Story of a

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Netflix has released a new trailer for their upcoming action film Gunpowder Milkshake, starring Karen Gillan, Lena Headey, Chloe Coleman, Michelle Yeoh, Angela Bassett, and Carla Gugino.

Gillan plays an assassin who must go up against her own employer after a

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Thriller GREAT WHITE Gets a Trailer

RLJE Films has released the trailer for the upcoming horror-thriller Great White, which involves a group of friends who get stranded at sea along with a school of blood-thirsty sharks. The film is directed by Martin Wilson and stars Katrina Bowden, Aaron

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Tribeca 2021: THE KIDS Review

I can’t remember exactly how old I was when I first saw Larry Clark’s film Kids, an unflinching look at urban youth in the ’90s, but I can say for certain that I was way too young. Released in the summer of

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Michael Showalter’s THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE Trailer

Fox Searchlight has released the trailer for the upcoming biopic The Eyes of Tammy Faye, which tells the story of televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker. The film is directed by Michael Showalter and stars Jessica Chastain, Andrew Garfield, Cherry Jones, Fredric



Here’s an exclusive clip for the horror-comedy The Carnivores, starring Lindsay Burdge and Tallie Medel as a couple whose relationship takes a turn when their elderly dog Harvey reaches the end of his life. You can listen to our full review on


Podcast: 410 – A QUIET PLACE PART II

This week, Adam and Kevin head back to the theater with a review of A Quiet Place Part II. Other titles discussed include Men and Chicken, Stowaway, Bo Burnham: Inside, and California Split.


M. Night Shyamalan’s OLD Gets a Trailer

Universal has released the first trailer for M. Night Shyamalan‘s upcoming thriller Old, which involves a set of families who begin to encounter some horrifying things while vacationing, with something that appears to be a reverse fountain of youth, a fountain of


Saved by the ’90s: Disaster Movies

The '90s saw a large number of big budget disaster flicks, some decent, some not so much. This month, Adam and Ken take a look at four big disaster movies including Twister, Dante's Peak, Deep Impact, and Deep Blue Sea.