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The Latest Reviews

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    ONE YEAR LEASE

    New York City Landlords: A Terrifying Breed
    July 17, 2014 by Michael Tully

    Brian Bolster’s painfully hilarious One Year Lease left me feeling all sorts of contradictory emotions: frustration, relief, despair, glee. Read more

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    WHO TOOK JOHNNY

    Have You Seen These Children?
    July 6, 2014 by Donna K.

    Who Took Johnny is the story of a missing boy, his mother, and a silent, grotesque darkness lurking in America that no one is comfortable looking at. Read more

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    SACRAMENT, THE

    A New Cult Classic
    May 1, 2014 by Donna K.

    The Sacrament expertly rolls around in crowd-pleasing horror genres: the cult/coven film, the horror mock-doc, the straight-up thriller. Read more

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    MASTER MUSCLES

    She Says, He Does
    April 21, 2014 by Michael Tully

    In just over 13 minutes, Hernandez’s film creates a finely-detailed sketch of an atypical relationship between two people and leaves it to our own twisted minds to shade it in with the possibilities of their... Read more

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    UNDER THE SKIN

    It's Alive
    April 3, 2014 by Mark Lukenbill

    If Under the Skin were not at the mercy of a plot that eventually takes it to a very decisive and definite end, it feels as though it could continue existing eternally: hiding in plain sight and gnawing at the edges... Read more

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    MISTAKEN FOR STRANGERS

    Kid Brother
    March 27, 2014 by Jesse Klein

    Tom Berninger’s self-effacing, filter-less approach enable him as filmmaker and subject to go beyond a tepid tour documentary and to look at what it’s like to live in the shadow of a brother’s fame, of what... Read more