Review: ‘Censor’Prano Bailey-Bond's Directorial Debut Is A Low Budget Horror Paying Homage To Low...

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In the 1980s, the United Kingdom was flooded with video nasties – low budget exploitation and horror films. Enid Baines (Niamh Algar) plays a...

Review: ‘Awake’Gina Rodriguez Does Just Enough To Keep You Awake In Netflix's Newest Sci-Fi...

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People choose to sacrifice sleep all the time. Whether to stay up for a night of fun or scrambling to finish a report –...

Review: ‘Under The Stadium Lights’Milo Gibson And Laurence Fishburne Quarterback A Mediocre Football Drama

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In West Texas, football is life and Abilene is no exception. In 2008 the Abilene Eagles were heavy championship favorites. Their season came to...

Review: ‘American Traitor’Al Pacino's Performance Can't Save Forgettable Drama About Nazi Propagandist Axis Sally

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There are countless tales that emerged from WWII. Many have been shared with the world through film. Some filled with heroism that have patriotism...

Review: ‘The Djinn’IFC’s Newest Horror Will Make You Be Careful What You Wish For

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Dylan Jacobs (Ezra Dewey) and his father Michael (Rob Brownstein) are trying to pick up the pieces in The Djinn. It is the fall...

Review: ‘The Get Together’This Coming-Of-Age Story Shows How Much Can Happen At One Party...

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Life doesn’t always go as planned and August (Courtney Parchman) is finding that out the hard way. She lives in a shitty rat-infested house...

Review: ‘Honeydew’Sawyer Spielberg Goes On A Vacation From Hell

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Traveling can always be a crapshoot, especially when you don’t really have anywhere to stay except a tent. While you may think that provides...

Review: ‘The Voices’An Average Supernatural Horror That Is More Bark Than Bite

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Lilly (Valerie Jane Parker) has had to deal with quite the hardships throughout her life. At a young age, Lilly (Chloe Romanski) was blinded...

Review: ‘The Oak Room’A Slow Burn Thriller That Is More Slow Than Thriller

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Paul (Peter Outerbridge) was closing down his bar one snowy Canadian night when he gets quite the surprise in The Oak Room. A masked...

Review: ‘The Seventh Day’Not Even A Solid Performance From Guy Pearce Can Exorcise This...

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The Seventh Day chronicles those in the fight between good and evil that has been raging behind the scenes for centuries. Unbeknownst to the...