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Dark Nature

‘Dark Nature’ Chases Trauma with a Desperate Fight for Survival


If you go out to the woods today, prepare for a dark surprise.

The Harbinger

‘The Harbinger’ Offers Up a Horrifying and Sad Look at Our Shared Pandemic Nightmare


A creepy, haunting look at the fear of being forgotten.

Everything Everywhere All At Once is about being Very Online

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ And How to Survive Being Very Online


Is anyone else craving an everything bagel? Just us?

The Killing Of A Sacred Deer Bk

The Artificial Heart of ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’


From stifling sets to cold dialogue, here’s how artificiality informs the work of Yorgos Lanthimos, especially ‘A Killing of a Sacred Deer.’


‘Swallowed’ Sees a Friendship Burst with Bad Luck and Body Horror


What goes in, must come out.

The Roundup

‘The Roundup’ is Action/Comedy Perfection


The two genres are so rarely this well combined.

Devil In A Blue Dress

‘Devil in the Blue Dress’ and Denzel Washington Collaborate on Our Pick of the Week


Plus 11 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Next Door

‘Next Door’ Finds Comic Thrills Very Close to Home


Think a tighter, smaller, more contained take on the excellent ‘A Hard Day.’

Thief James Caan Diner

James Caan’s Best Performance is the Most Compelling Scene in ‘Thief’


Michael Mann’s debut feature film contains arguably the ten best minutes late actor James Caan ever put to celluloid.

Light and Magic Lucasfilm

‘Light and Magic’ is an Essential Celebration for All Film Geeks


The new Disney+ docuseries will have you demanding trading cards of all the ILM hotshots.

Persuasion Netflix Review

Netflix’s ‘Persuasion’ is an Affront to Jane Austen


Netflix’s new adaptation of Jane Austen’s ‘Persuasion’ has next to nothing to do with its source material.

Paws Of Fury The Legend Of Hank Review

‘Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank’ is a Blazing Mess


The animated children’s film fails to live up to Mel Brooks’ ‘Blazing Saddles,’ on which it was based.