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Blu-ray Review: Ana Lily Amirpour’s ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night’ starring Sheila Vand

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Featuring spectacular video/audio and way more features than most Hollywood blockbusters, 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night' is not to be missed. Read More »

Sundance 2014: Rest of Fest

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And finally, here’s a complete list of this year’s Sundance Film Festival feature film awards: Read More »

Sundance 2014 Movie Reviews: ‘Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead’ and ‘The Raid 2: Berandal’

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Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead fails to live up to expectations; on the other hand, The Raid 2: Berandal knocks it out of the park. Read More »

Sundance 2014 Movie Review: ‘Hellion’

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Writer/director Kat Chandler expands Hellion from her 2012 Sundance short into a tear jerker of a film — even if she uses way too much shaky cam. Read More »

Sundance 2014 Movie Reviews: ‘God Help the Girl’ and ‘Hits’

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If there’s one thing I’m sure of as of this writing, it’s that I have only had to suffer through two horrible films at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Read More »

Sundance 2014 Movie Reviews: ‘The Skeleton Twins,’ ‘Obvious Child,’ and ‘Happy Christmas’

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What would Sundance be without low budget comedies? Read More »

Sundance 2014 Movie Review: ‘Jamie Marks Is Dead’

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If there’s one thing Guillermo del Toro’s Devil’s Backbone didn’t have, or need, was a bisexual love triangle between the living and the dead. Read More »

Sundance 2014 Movie Review: ‘The Guest’

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This movie outdoes most big budget action films on what can only be assumed as one percent of their budgets. Read More »

Sundance 2014 Movie Reviews: ‘Blue Ruin’ and ‘Cold in July’

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Two revenge-thrillers: both brilliant nail-biters. Read More »

Sundance 2014 Movie Reviews: ‘Life After Beth’ and ‘Cooties’

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Horror films are nothing new at Sundance. Read More »