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  • WILDING

    Lost in the Woods
    April 20, 2018 by

    "Wildling" – Böhm's feature debut – showcases fine acting and cinematography, its disturbing tale shot and set in Rockland County, New York, in the dense woods that sit so surprisingly close to the nearby Big... Read more

  • THE DAWN WALL

    I Wanna Rock
    April 19, 2018 by

    The Dawn Wall is as thrilling as it is profound, proving that you don't need CGI and stunts to make a movie. It is, in other words, the real deal. Read more

  • SADIE

    Expressive Gloom

    All in all, then, and grim as it is, Sadie makes for a terrific viewing experience, filled with great writing, performances and cinematography. Read more

  • RODENTS OF UNUSUAL SIZE

    R.O.U.S.’s
    April 18, 2018 by

    Narrated by Wendell Pierce and featuring interviews with a menagerie of flavorful locals (a natural benefit of shooting in southern Louisiana), Rodents of Unusual Size mixes quirky humor with the stark reality of the... Read more

  • THE RIDER

    Rode Hard, Put Away Wet
    April 17, 2018 by

    I love how much is said in this film with almost no dialogue. A powerfully visual presentation of themes of loss, nostalgia and manhood, Zhao's movie tells its story in terse fragments intercut with long, slow... Read more

  • EIGHTH GRADE

    Awkward Stage

    Recalling other films about fraught teen awakenings like Diary of a Teenage Girl and Me and You and Everyone We Know, Eighth Grade nevertheless charts its own course... Read more

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