SXSW

Film Festival.

Here Before film Andrea Riseborough

‘Here Before’ is a Dread-Fueled Showcase for Andrea Riseborough

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Stacey Gregg’s horror film explores grief and abandonment, with a twist.

The Fallout Sxsw

‘The Fallout’ is an Ode to a Paralyzed Generation

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In Megan Park’s feature directorial debut, trauma is just a part of daily life.

Alone Together

‘Alone Together’ is a Heartfelt Look at Fan Community Amidst COVID

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This Charli XCX documentary is less about the coronavirus pandemic than it is about community and connection.

Violet

In ‘Violet’ That Voice Inside Your Head is a Main Character

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A distinctive style and a strong lead performance still leave something to be desired.

Paul Doods Deadly Lunch Break

‘Paul Dood’s Deadly Lunch Break’ Dances a Fine Line Between Charm and Controversy

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Fans of ‘Tucker & Dale vs Evil’ will want to seek out this dude’s adventures as soon as possible.

Sound Of Violence

‘Sound of Violence’ Rides in Circles on a Cycle of Trauma

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She killed a man just to hear him bleed.

The Feast

‘The Feast’ Serves Up a Heaping Plate of Morality and Death, Welsh Style

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Privilege meets its match as new money meets old gods.

The Spine Of Night Sxsw

‘The Spine of Night’ is a Heavy Metal Parade of Violence

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Philip Gelatt and Morgan Galen King celebrate Ralph Bakshi and Frank Frazetta. If you don’t know who they are, move along.

Alien On Stage Sxsw

‘Alien on Stage’ Offers Ridley Scott in a Basic Format

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We want to join this troop of British bus drivers as they celebrate the scariest space movie of all time.