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3/30/2015
True horror comes from the unknown. To be ignorant is to become engulfed in the terrors of your surroundings as you're cloaked in dour confusion.
3/22/2015
The story of Cinderella is, at it’s core, a horrifyingly sad story about a young girl who early in life is stripped of the joys and comforts of her parents, home, and dignity.
3/22/2015
Accidental Love is a bizarre, discarded time capsule of a film, and its failure is fascinating.
3/21/2015
KRISHA, directed by Trey Edward Shults, is one of those movies that you can appreciate once, but are likely never going to want to revisit.
3/21/2015
One of the big winners of this year’s SXSW is 6 Years, a Duplass Brothers production that was picked up by Netflix shortly after its first screening.
3/21/2015
It’s a challenging and difficult task to create the second film in a trilogy. For every Empire Strikes Back, we get a Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
3/21/2015
The Diabolical is the first film from director/co-writer Alistair Legrand, who is clearly hoping to become a genre director.
3/20/2015
There’s a reason why indie directors love working with Jason Schwartzman. He is incredibly versatile and can make an audience laugh with just a little facial tic.
3/18/2015
Wild Horses has a good film hidden inside it, if only writer/director/star Robert Duvall could have found it.
3/18/2015
The Overnight is the child of a long line of movies that center on just a handful of characters over a single day, but actually a lot funnier.
3/17/2015
At last, Amy Schumer has come to the big screen and not a moment too soon.
3/16/2015
Hello, My Name Is Doris is a charming and funny film from Wet Hot American Summer Writer Michael Showalter.

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