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[Sundance 2021 Review] Reality Is Reduced to 1s and 0s in Simulation Theory Documentary A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX
If you’re currently questioning your day-to-day reality, Rodney Ascher’s...Read More
[Sundance 2021 Review] If The Pandemic Hasn’t Already Fried Your Brain Ben Wheatley’s IN THE EARTH Just Might
Conceived, created, and cobbled together all under Covid-19 lockdown measures in Britain, Ben...Read More
Frida Kempff’s psychological thriller Knocking (Knackningar) is an eerie and unsettling tale...Read More
[Sundance 2021 Review] Analog Era Love Letter CENSOR Blurs The Lines Between Video Nasty and Reality
The 2021 Sundance Film Festival’s Midnight opener Censor takes viewers beyond the cold, grey...Read More
[Sundance 2020 Review] Horror Doc LEAP OF FAITH: WILLIAM FRIEDKIN ON THE EXORCIST is a Not-So Vulgar Display of Powerful Filmmaking
In Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on The Exorcist, documentary filmmaker Alexandre O. Philippe...Read More
Director Romola Garai’s debut feature Amulet celebrated its World Premiere at the 2020...Read More
It seems ironic to review a film whose entire theme questions the subjectivity of art and the role...Read More
Ahead of its world premiere at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, we have our first look at...Read More
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