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SXSW 2024 Review: BIRDEATER, This Vivisection Of A Toxic Relationship Will Make You Squirm
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An Australian stag party goes off the rails when the details of the happy couple's relationship get spilled during a night of heavy drinking and drugs in Jack Clark & Jim Weir's Birdeater, making its international debut at this year's...
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SXSW 2024 Review: SEW TORN, An Enchantingly Whimsical Rube Goldberg Action Thriller
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A struggling seamstress plays a dangerous real life choose-your-own-adventure game in Freddy Macdonald’s debut feature, the whimsical comedic thriller Sew Torn. Barbara Duggen’s (Eve Connolly) sewing shop in an idyllic hamlet in the picturesque Swiss Alps is on the rocks....
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THE LAST DRIVE-IN WITH JOE BOB BRIGGS: Season Six Kicks Off With a Tribute to Roger Corman on Friday, March 15
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The Last Drive-In, a fan favorite of Shudder subscribers is returning for a sixth season. The season kicks off with a special recorded live from Las Vegas, The Last Drive-In Live: A Tribute to Roger Corman.   Joe Bob Briggs pays...
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SXSW 2024 Review: MONKEY MAN, Dev Patel Is Your New Action Obsession. Get Excited
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After sitting in the can for nearly four years, Dev Patel’s directorial debut, Monkey Man, was presented to a rapturous audience at SXSW last night. The film declaring loudly what the man himself was too humble to acknowledge; Dev Patel...
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The Shadowless Tower | Review
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The Polite Stuff: Lu Searches for Redemption Through the Walking & Talking Cure In the strangely alluring The Shadowless Tower, (Bai Ta Zhi Guang) the fourteenth feature from Korean-Chinese filmmaker Zhang Lü, a handful of characters search for a more...
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MY SEXTORTION DIARY
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(For its 31st edition, the SXSW Film & TV Festival will host nine days of screenings from March 8-16, 2024. Check out Bears Rebecca Fonté’s My Sextortation Diary movie review. Seen it? Join the conversation with HtN on our Letterboxd Page.) According to one...
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Ari Aster Begins Shooting Eddington Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Pedro Pascal, Emma Stone, Austin Butler & More
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While in many passages his finest work, Ari Aster’s Beau Is Afraid certainly wasn’t widely embraced as his previous films, but thankfully the results haven’t left him in director’s jail. A24 is reteaming with the director for his next feature,...
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BLACKOUT Review: More Than a Monster Movie
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Larry Fessenden's indie horror picture stars Alex Hurt, Addison Timlin, and Motell Gyn Foster. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED Blu-ray Review: Refusing the Blood Money
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Laura Poitras' biography of Nan Goldin has so much more to say about the moral obligations of art and artists in an unhealthy world. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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First Look 2024 at Museum of the Moving Image: Preview
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The First Look Festival returns to the Museum of the Moving Image this month offering audiences opportunities to see exciting new films of all kinds from all over the world. There are films just out of Sundance, like Haley Elizabeth...
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