Thriller

Targets 1968 movie Scope

‘Targets’ Made Modern Horror More Real and More Terrifying

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Peter Bogdanovich’s first film (and Boris Karloff’s final film) should be looked at as more than a stepping stone to greatness. It was also genre-changing.

Blow-Up

Through a (Camera Lens) Darkly: The Art of Abstraction in ‘Blow-Up’

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Sometimes searching for order in chaos only leads to more disorder. Also smile, you’re on camera.

4x4

An SUV Delivers Suspense, Commentary, and a Leather Interior in ‘4×4’

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The most unexpected hells are often the ones we make for ourselves.

Homecoming Julia Roberts

Drop What You’re Doing and Watch ‘Homecoming’

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Based on the hit podcast, Amazon’s Homecoming is surely one of the best TV shows of the year.

Dev Patel In Lion

Dev Patel to Make Directorial Debut With Action Movie ‘Monkey Man’

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The Oscar-nominated actor is also set to star in the movie, which will be based in Indian mythology.

Little Drummer Girl Pugh Skarsgard

‘The Little Drummer Girl’ Review: Park Chan-wook Brings His Signature Style to TV (LFF)

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The ‘Oldboy’ director is a surprising choice to direct the latest John le Carré adaptation, but we think it works.

Knuckleball

Michael Ironside on the Horror of Miscommunication in ‘Knuckleball’

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We chat with the actor regarding his latest thriller and attempt to understand his process of finding the character.

The Perfection

‘The Perfection’ Review: A Masterful Work of Tension and Brutality (Fantastic Fest 2018)

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Allison Williams and Logan Browning lead what is easily one of the year’s best thrillers.

News Media

Instruments of Mass Persuasion: Fear and Media in Film

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Media has changed less than you think since the 20th century.