Film Festivals

Mutant Blast

‘Mutant Blast’ Review: Like Astron-6 and a Young Peter Jackson Had a Kick-Ass Baby

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We all win when French lobsters fight sword-wielding dolphins.

Making Monsters

‘Making Monsters’ Review: Not All Scares Come Naturally

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A professional prankster sees his own life turned upside down. Or does he? He does. Unless…

Motherless Brooklyn

‘Motherless Brooklyn’ Review: Edward Norton’s Neo-noir Is Oddly Inert

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Come for the nostalgia that stems from Edward Norton voiceovers, stay for the…actually, just buy the soundtrack.

Witches In The Woods

‘Witches In the Woods’ Review: The Woods Are the Least of Your Worries

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With friends like these, you are fucked.

Toronto After Dark

East Coast Horror Fans Rejoice! Film Fest Fun Is Hitting Toronto and Brooklyn This Week

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Those of you in Toronto and Brooklyn are in for some creepy, chilling, and unsettling fun.

Varda By Agnès

‘Varda by Agnès’ Is a Remarkably Transparent Farewell from One of Cinema’s Greatest Directors

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Varda’s self-portrait takes us through her career and the full spectrum of human emotion.

First Cow

Kelly Reichardt and ‘First Cow’ Cast Talk the Movie’s Tender Moments at NYFF Press Conference

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The tactics that made this frontier buddy film so heartfelt will make you love the film even more.

Martin Eden

‘Martin Eden’ Review: Poetic Mastery and an Enigmatic Performance

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Luca Marinelli brings the Jack London character new life over 100 years after the novel was published.

A Girl Missing

‘A Girl Missing’ Review: More Confusing Than Mysterious

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This Japanese crime drama is interesting but has a hard time finding its flow.