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Tiff 2017 Review: ‘The Shape of Water’ is an Underwhelming Masterclass of Craft

27 minutes ago

By Matt Hoffman

The craft of Guillermo del Toro’s latest is top notch, but...

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- Matt Hoffman

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Tiff 2017 Review: ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ is a Worthy People’s Choice Award Winner

1 hour ago

By Matt Hoffman

Frances McDormand and Martin McDonagh offer career-best work in this profoundly moving film.

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- Matt Hoffman

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Bill Clinton and James Patterson Book Rights Land at Showtime

12 hours ago

By Sheryl Oh

"The President is Missing" will mark the first time an American President has co-penned a thriller.

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- Sheryl Oh

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More ‘Unbreakable’ Cast Members are Joining M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’

13 hours ago

By Sheryl Oh

Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard are set to reprise their roles in the third installment of Shyamalan's thriller trilogy.

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- Sheryl Oh

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‘1922’ Trailer: Stephen King’s Haunting Novella Coming to Netflix

14 hours ago

By Max Covill

Stephen King hopes you are not afraid of rats in the adaptation of his novella 1922.

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- Max Covill

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Fantastic Fest: ‘Cold Hell’ Sees Tables Turned on a Vicious Serial Killer

14 hours ago

By Rob Hunter

A brutal game of cat and mouse where the would-be female victim becomes the predator.

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- Rob Hunter

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The Tao of Nicolas Cage: Screaming for ‘Vengeance’ and Love?

14 hours ago

By Chris Coffel

Detective Cage is back once again and this time he's looking for vengeance in a love story.

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- Chris Coffel

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Fantastic Fest: ‘Bad Genius’ Doesn’t Have to Cheat to Deliver Its Emotionally Affecting Thrills

14 hours ago

By Rob Hunter

A slick, heartfelt, and highly entertaining riff on 'Ocean's 11.'

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- Rob Hunter

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Fantastic Fest: ‘Thoroughbreds’ Finds Heart With the Heartless

15 hours ago

By Rob Hunter

Sociopaths just want to have fun. But they can't... they're sociopaths.

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- Rob Hunter

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Scandinavian Remakes are So Hot Right Now

15 hours ago

By Farah Cheded

The Nordic invasion has more conquests lined up.

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- Farah Cheded

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Short Film Friday: Odd, Inky ‘Dark Mixer’

15 hours ago

By Jacob Oller

Ethereal abstraction makes for riveting animation. nimated short films are some of the most exciting and form-pushing entries into the medium and Dark Mixer is no exception. Hirotoshi Iwasaki’s animation, which won the Grand Prix for non-narrative at the 2015 Holland Animation Film Festival, elicits the uncomfortably organic sound design and animation style of Don […]

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- Jacob Oller

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Fantastic Fest: ‘The Line’ Is the Gangster Tale Made (Un)Familiar

16 hours ago

By Matthew Monagle

A lifetime of gangster movies may have taught us to anticipate the twists and turns of 'The Line,' but the Ukrainian film has a voice all its own.

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- Matthew Monagle

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‘mother!’ Paints a Picture of How Female Characters Get Screwed Over

16 hours ago

By Ciara Wardlow

It’s all in the name of love. And God, of course.

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- Ciara Wardlow

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Short Film Friday: The Americana Tragedy of ‘Silo: Edge of the Real World’

16 hours ago

By Jacob Oller

Interrogating the Midwest is a favorite film pastime. he cornfields and assumed simplicity of flyover country makes it one of the prime locations for horror films. Silo: Edge of the Real World isn’t one of them. It’s a short documentary, a day-in-the-life drama, that captures a town and its relationships with a deft hand and […]

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- Jacob Oller

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Short Film Friday: Zack Snyder’s ‘Snow Steam Iron’

21 hours ago

By Jacob Oller

Snyder brings the heat to a snowy period piece. he auteur of modern slow-mo, Zack Snyder has had a rough few years. Personally and professionally, the guy’s faced a lot of hardship, stepping back from the public light (and large projects like Justice League) accordingly to spend time with his family. DC’s franchise wunderkind seems […]

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- Jacob Oller

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Tom Hanks to Star, Be Grumpy Old Man in ‘A Man Called Ove’

21 September 2017 10:07 PM, PDT

By Max Covill

Old Man Hanks will star and produce English-language adaptation of hit novel A Man Called Ove.

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- Max Covill

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Tiff 2017 Review: ‘Downrange’ Shoots for Nihilism and Hits the Target

21 September 2017 1:47 PM, PDT

By Rob Hunter

You’d be hard-pressed to find a film that jumps into its story faster than Ryûhei Kitamura‘s latest, Downrange. It opens with an SUV driving a remote road, and within seconds a tire blows and the vehicle swerves to a stop in the dust. Six young people — a mix of best friends and vague acquaintances — […]

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- Rob Hunter

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‘The Florida Project’ Review: Sean Baker Reclaims Hollywood’s Typical Childhood Narrative

21 September 2017 12:40 PM, PDT

By Matthew Monagle

Filmmaker Sean Baker has replaced the nostalgia of white picket fences with the carparks of Orlando.

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- Matthew Monagle

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An Analysis of Hitchcock’s Weakest ‘Psycho’ Scene

21 September 2017 12:15 PM, PDT

By Jacob Oller

I bet you can guess the one. sycho is a masterpiece. It’s hard to argue much else. Its innovative horror changed not just the genre landscape but the moviegoing world at large. No longer was it expected to jut dip in and out of movies. What if they had a Psycho twist? You watched movies […]

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- Jacob Oller

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‘Isle of Dogs’ Trailer: Hopefully No Dogs Will Be Killed in this Production

21 September 2017 12:06 PM, PDT

By Max Covill

Isle of Dogs is Wes Anderson's stop-motion take on Saving Private Ryan. We're on board.

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- Max Covill

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