The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil (Mayhem 2019) Review: Near-Perfect Serial Killer Thriller The enemy of my enemy…

The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil opens with what appears to be road-rage that viciously turns into manslaughter; however, one

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The Irishman Review: Cinema Awakens From Slumber Age Is Just A Number

The gang of Marty, Bob, Al, and Joe sound like a quartet based out of a Brooklyn mechanic garage but

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Sword Of God (Mayhem 2019) Review: Tough But Beautifully Made Historic Drama New In Town

Sword of God (that’s how it was advertised at Mayhem, though The Mute appeared on the screen) is set in

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The Pool (Mayhem 2019) Review: The Crocodile Movie Rocks Lucky escape

Ping Lumpraploeng’s The Pool has a very simple premise: a couple (young and beautiful, of course) find themselves unable to

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Daniel Isn’t Real (Mayhem 2019) Review: Psychological Or Supernatural Horror — Or Both? What is real anyway?

Daniel Isn’t Real is one of those very rare films that is virtually impossible to spoil: I could probably retell

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Gemini Man Review: A Deeply Admirable, Flawed Experience Ang Lee's newest technological cinematic experiment is wild

Ang Lee is no stranger when it comes to attempting to integrate his very individual artistic vision with experimental technology.

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Vivarium Review: A Shrill, Bonkers And Disquieting Experience Inside No. 9

In Vivarium, teacher Gemma (Imogen Poots) and boyfriend Tom (Jesse Eisenberg) are hoping to move in together, so they visit

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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Review Spinning Your Wheels

When Walter White graced the screen over a decade ago, he was a different kind of anti-hero. Not that he

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The Influence Review: A Horror Stemming From A Troubled Childhood Grandma?

The Influence / La influencia was released on Netflix on Oct 11, 2019. It wouldn’t be a Netflix Friday without

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Harpoon (Grimmfest 2019) Review: Horror Comedy Return From Rob Grant Three's A Crowd

Harpoon is frankly a riot. Richard (Christopher Gray), his girlfriend Sasha (Emily Tyra), and his best mate Jonah (Munro Chambers)

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