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Nov 12, 2020
Eat your heart out, Rob Schneider
Freaky (2020) Review
In Freaky, Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton sell this kooky caper with a good balance of horror and comedy.
Nov 9, 2020
A beautiful Korean horror that gets a bit distracted
Lingering (2020) Review
Lingering is an imperfect example of Korean horror, but it is still worth its runtime. It takes some detours through intersecting storylines that end up distracting more than contributing, but the …
Nov 3, 2020
A deeply engaging and heart wrenching Sequel
Made in Abyss: Dawn of the Deep Soul (2020) Review
A brutally heartbreaking follow up to the Made in Abyss series, Dawn of the Deep Soul is a must-watch for fans of the series, and anyone that loves a good bittersweet story.
Nov 3, 2020
An artists’ hunger can leave them out for blood
Bloodthirsty (2020) Review
Amelia Moses’ werewolf tale questions how far one must go for their craft, and what’s worth letting out your inner monster
Oct 29, 2020
Flightless and Disappointing
TIFF 2020 – Penguin Bloom Review
While Naomi Watts delivers a captivating performance, it can’t save Penguin Bloom from feeling much more than a shallow family film that oozes wasted potential.
Oct 28, 2020
On a steel horse I ride
TIFF 2020 – Concrete Cowboy Review
With solid performances across the whole cast, Concrete Cowboy is a grounded, authentic tribute to a subculture wrongfully ignored by history.
Oct 27, 2020
A biting take on the modern American Nightmare
TIFF 2020 – Holler Review
Holler is the modern coming of age story we need, painting a picture of hope and struggle against the backdrop of modern class division and economic devastation.
Oct 26, 2020
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) Review
Borat returns to America and entwines himself in all sorts of public figure’s lives, amid a pseudo-subplot involving his daughter.
Oct 23, 2020
A flip on the possession flick that takes you through the scariest haunted house
Nightstream 2020 – Anything for Jackson Review
The delicate marrying of multiple effects styles creates a house full of nightmare fuel that makes for enough interest to push through any story stumbles in Anything for Jackson.
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