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THE FOREST OF LOVE Review

The Forest of Love allows Sion Sono to bring his iconoclastic brand of filmmaking to Netflix with his distinct personality intact.

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CYRANO, MY LOVE Review

It may not be an autobiography, but by pulling from his theater and film experience, Michalik's creation seems as effortless as Rostand's when Rostand is in his poetic zone.

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GREENER GRASS Review

We’ve seen plenty of movies take the piss out of modern suburbia, but none have done it with such raw, piercing wit.

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KILLER NUN Arrow Blu-ray Review

Part giallo, part psychological thriller and part nunsploitation flick, Killer Nun may carry an on-the-nose title, but there’s far more going on here than your standard exploitation fare.

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MARY Review

Mary is an altogether dull, forgettable thriller that has little to say and even less to show.

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THE PREY Arrow Blu-ray Review

It’s such an incredible release for such a pitifully mediocre movie, but I could see why The Prey may have developed a bit of a cult following with its strange choices and terrible dialogue.

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PARASITE Review

Parasite is a defiant piece of class critical cinema which features a director in obstinate control of his message, vision and artistry.

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LITTLE MONSTERS Review

It’s a film teeming with opportunities that were squandered under falsely edgy and unfunny jokes, so I couldn’t help but think about the movie it could have been.  

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Beyond Fest 2019: IN SEARCH OF DARKNESS Review

If you’re looking to expand your knowledge of ’80s horror, looking for some good recommendations, or just wanting to feel nostalgic, this documentary has you covered, and it will certainly be one I revisit again in the future.

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WRINKLES THE CLOWN Review

Wrinkles The Clown is an entertaining documentary that explores both a wildly successful social experiment and the reasons behind its universal fascination.