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Tribeca 2021: ALL MY FRIENDS HATE ME Review

Andrew Gaynord’s dark comedy about distrust and paranoia, All My Friends Hate Me, pits a birthday boy against his supposed friends as they gather for a weekend retreat in a posh manor. Unfortunately, the proceedings prove redundant as everyone involved is pretty

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Tribeca 2021: THE NOVICE Review

Playing out like the rowing equivalent of Whiplash, Lauren Hadaway’s intense, frantic and constantly energetic The Novice is an overwhelming but fascinating look at obsession. Isabelle Fuhrman plays Alex Dall, a college freshman who decides she wants to join the novice crew


Fantasia 2021: Second Wave of Titles Announced

In addition to a special screening of James Gunn’s upcoming The Suicide Squad, the 2021 Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal has revealed its second wave of titles containing another buttload of features to be added to your watch list.


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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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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

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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


Fantasia 2021: First Wave of Titles Announced

Montreal’s Fantasia Festival is gearing up for its 2021 edition, coming to us virtually like last year, but don’t think for a second that will result in a lack of quality entries.

The first wave of features has been announced for

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SXSW 2021: GAIA Review

With climate change becoming a more important issue on a daily basis and the world in the grips of a horrific pandemic, it seems more appropriate than ever to see the production of more eco-horror films — movies that typically feature Mother

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The Spine of Night is the type of film that proudly wears its obvious inspirations on its sleeve and plays out like a pastiche for an audience that is very much in the know for what it is going for. Philip Gelatt