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Film Review: Welcome Home
Newest entry in the popular hell-vacation vein finds an American couple discovering that the idyllic Italian villa they booked online really is too good to be true.
Film Review: Overlord
American soldiers take on zombie Nazis in this gory horror picture that also features a solid story and characters you can actually care about.
Film Review: Speed Kills
1980s-set crime story is good-looking and features a solid cast, but the story is nothing new. Expect a quick exit from theatres for home markets.
Film Review: Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Story of The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders
The history of the Dallas Cowboys cheerleading squad proves to encompass more than pom-poms and big hair in this engaging documentary that also touches on sexism, feminism and the role of corporate culture in football.
Film Review: Don't Go
In this handsomely made psychological thriller, a troubled couple tries to move on after the loss of their young daughter, but find themselves mired in the past.
Film Review: London Fields
A film noir/futuristic fiction pastiche based on the critically acclaimed novel by Martin Amis, 'London Fields' simply does not work on any level.
Film Review: Suspiria
Luca Guadagnino’s remake of 'Suspiria' puts a grimly gory spin on the story of a naive American dance student trapped in a world of witches.
Film Review: The Super
In this formulaic but nicely executed horror film, a still-grieving widower is looking for a new start when he takes a job in an rambling New York City building…but there’s something spooky going on.
Film Review: Look Away
Tormented high-school senior Maria’s evil mirror image escapes her glass prison to make everything right in the wrongest possible way in this formulaic horror movie.
Film Review: A Crooked Somebody
A fake psychic gets entangled in a real crime in this psychological thriller, which features excellent performances and a plot firmly rooted in relationships rather than stunts.
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