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JONATHAN Review

Jonathan and Jon have a unique living situation in that they’re brothers, roommates and share a name, yes, but they happen to also live in the same body.

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CAM Review

It’s a compelling narrative driven by a solid performance from Madeline Brewer that becomes only more intriguing as Alice dives deeper into this strange technical nightmare she begins living.

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FAIL STATE Review

Shebanow’s driving energy is always apparent although sometimes it’s left, frustratingly, just out of reach.

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SHADOW OF A GUN Review

Shadow of a Gun seems to have taken the concept of ‘Chekhov’s Gun’ to a new level by employing it long before any acts have transpired.

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SUSPIRIA Review

Though unapologetic in how differently it approaches tone, style and narrative from the glossy Argento classic, as a companion piece, Suspiria fleshes out the ideas present in the original and elevates them to a grandiose distinction

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TORSO Arrow Blu-ray Review

Arrow has once again proven its appreciation and attention to detail for genre film, and Torso is absolutely worth adding to your collection, especially if you’re a fan of classic giallo cinema.

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12 MONKEYS Arrow Blu-ray Review

All of these features are available on the original 2009 Blu-ray release, so the main reason to pick this up would be for the new restoration, and the better cover art.

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BODIED Review

Though a tad too long, coming in at two hours, the standout performances from Worthy (along with all the rappers involved), the fantastic script, and Joseph Kahn’s music video-esque visuals make Bodied not one to miss.

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THE PRINCESS BRIDE Criterion Blu-ray Review

Despite having not a lot of new content, the fact that Criterion includes basically everything from all the other releases, including the now-rare Laserdisc, the new restoration and the wonderful packaging, makes this an easy recommend to anyone who grew up watching this magical, life-affirming film that will consistently make everyone’s day a little better.

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DEADBEAT AT DAWN Arrow Blu-ray Review

Thirty years ago, director Jim VanDebber released his long-in-development feature debut, Deadbeat At Dawn, almost instantly solidifying it as a cult classic with its over-the-top characters and ridiculous moments of violence.

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THE DARK Review

The Dark is a disturbing, yet oddly touching, feature debut from Justin P. Lange, and while it comes dangerously close to becoming dull at a few spots, it never completely loses its connection with the audience and deftly delivers a tragic, hopeful story about the resilience of human beings and the healing power of the positive connections we have to one another.

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HALLOWEEN Review

Green's Halloween is a return to form for the franchise that feels worthy to close the book on Haddenfield that Carpenter and Hill opened 40 years ago.

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THE GUILTY Review

Told over the course of one harrowing evening in Denmark, Gustav Möller’s The Guilty presents a tense thriller while keeping the viewers, and our protagonist, Asger (Jakob Cedergren), fixed in one location.