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A slower, quieter movie than the marketing would have you believe, but that's ultimately a good thing
Who knew seeing an adolescent pig pee for a very, very long time could be such high art
We all know who Banksy is, it’s just that we don’t know who, specifically, Banksy is.
Next in a long line of “horror short gets expanded to feature length” projects
A mysterious figure, top to bottom, Kubrick is a man from another time.
Jumbo manages to accurately depict the feeling of romance as well as accurately describe the feeling of fetishization.
An intense story that resembles what we see in a standard thriller, but being real life
This movie is going to upset a lot of people. Good.
A mostly quiet tale, carried by the human performances and minimalist plot
Ever meet one of those people who, no matter what the situation, cannot help but lie about even the tiniest things?
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is hilarious to the point of incapacitation.
Drop Dead Gorgeous takes the shiny, candy-colored world of drag and drenches it with gallons of blood
Writer/director Amelia Moses proves herself a talent to watch with this moody tale of mistrust
Papi Ramirez vs. Giant Scorpions proves that if you’re creative enough, you can make a pretty damn good DIY movie
Every year, the Salem Horror Festival brings together some of the finest and most diverse voices in horror for an event that features world premieres…
With a bigger budget, this concept could be turned into a much more compelling, terrifying movie, but here in this universe, it is what it is.
Carrie Coon torches the screen contemporary version of a costume drama
Maybe my love for this movie is mostly because it’s a rock-and-roll act of writing
A crafty sci-fi thriller that fans of the genre will find compelling
The scariest thing I can think of, outside of a talking octopus that walks on land, is mental decline
On a rainy day with nothing better to do, You Should Have Left will prove serviceable enough for non-discerning viewers
Taking place entirely within the cockpit of a hijacked commercial airliner, this minimalist performance piece benefits greatly from a high-level of sustained tension.
An A-rate tale of flawed, kindhearted humans doing their best to be as good as they possibly can.
Back in the summer of 2008, a group of skaters decided to go on an adventure.
A moving tale of a delayed coming of age
While not an unwelcome addition to a now decade-long odyssey of travelers Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan, this final entry feels a bit flatter than its predecessors; a bit perfunctory.
It works so hard to invoke so many influences that it dilutes itself from being as memorable or as effective as it so clearly wants to be.
Above all dumb political concerns, this is a “humans being hunted” movie, and it’s a pretty good one.
SNATCHERS is the next in a current wave of splatterfests with a social conscience, and it’s a top-tier entry.
What is it about the world of Batman that enchants me so?
Ritchie is celebrating a welcome return to form, complete with bullets, Brits, and enough creative uses of the word “cunt” to make your grandmother shake her head in shame