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CHARM CITY Review

Soon after the death of Freddie Gray, at the hands of the Baltimore Police Department, is where documentary filmmaker Marilyn Ness places herself for her latest film, Charm City.

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2018 Doc NYC Announces Full Lineup

The full lineup for this year’s Doc NYC has been announced, revealing an obscene amount of documentaries, many of which are world and U.S. premieres. There will be over 300 films and events at this year’s festival, which will be taking

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HEAVY TRIP Review

The story of loveable outcasts finding their niche, in part on a wacky road trip to a climactic shining moment, may not be new, but this journey is a unique and entertaining one.

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KNUCKLEBALL Review

Playing out like a darker, more twisted version of Home Alone, Michael Peterson’s Knuckleball pits a clever little kid against a sadistic killer in a bloody game of cat and mouse.

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AWAIT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS Review

The serious, real-life cruelties occurring at America’s southern border, and the encroaching darkness of the last couple of years, make this an apt time for genre films to add to the discourse and perhaps provide some escape.

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NYFF 2018: HER SMELL Review

Alex Ross Perry’s latest and most caustic film yet, Her Smell, is an exhausting journey into the shattered mind of a riot-grrrl rocker on a downward spiral of substance abuse that too often tags along with fame.

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Fantastic Fest 2018: Award Winners Announced

Fantastic Fest in Austin is beginning to wrap up its 2018 season, and today this year’s award winners have been announced. Tim Sutton‘s Donnybrook took home Best Picture, with Peter Strickland winning Best Director for In Fabric in the Main Competition section.

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Screamfest 2018: First Wave Announced

The first wave of films have been announced for this year’s Screamfest, America’s longest running horror film festival. Lin Shaye has been chosen as this year’s festival ambassador, which will be

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NewFest 2018: Full Lineup Announced

NewFest, New York’s LGBTQ film festival announced their full lineup today, which features 140 films from 32 countries. Yen Tan‘s 1985 will be the opening night film, with Wanuri Kahiu‘s Rafiki chosen as the International Centerpiece. This year’s festival will run October 24 –

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Tiff 2018: Award Winners Announced

If you missed the livestream this afternoon, The Toronto International Film Festival has announced the winners of their 2018 program, with Peter Farrelly‘s Green Book winning the Grolsch People’s Choice Award.

Take a look below for the full press release regarding all the

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MANDY Review

This ’80s-set thriller is a chaotic, drug-fuelled, heavy metal, balls-to-the-wall extravaganza of violence and carnage.

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Tiff 2018: KILLING Review

With his latest, maverick actor/director Shinya Tsukamoto continues his later career's exploration of more traditional genre forms examined under his iconoclast perspective with the condensed and eclectic samurai drama Killing.

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Fantastic Fest 2018: Final Wave of Films Announced

The final wave of titles have been revealed for this year’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, with another batch of great-looking selections including Drew Goddard‘s Bad Times at the El RoyaleJonas Åkerlund‘s Lords of Chaos, Jonah Hill‘s Mid90s, and Terry Gilliam‘s The