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3 days ago
Mandy (2018)

Mandy (2018)

9 / 10
Some films need to be seen and experienced to be believed; where rumor becomes hype and gives way to the possibility of a false god or a new revelation. As with all things, where you fall depends on how well you connect with the message. In the ca... Read the full review »
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The best thing about cinema is the varied options available. In the mood for something challenging? Pop in "Blade Runner 2049" and prepare for a deep dive into a rich world of philosophical complexity. Perhaps you’d prefer something more madcap?... Read the full review »
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Close your eyes and picture the best day in your life. Imagine the sights, the smells, and the sounds. Remember how it all felt on your skin. On your nerves. On your bones. As you open your eyes, you remember that moment in all its fleeting glory... Read the full review »
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"Solo: A Star Wars Story" may have been doomed to fail from the beginning. Prequels, in general, are tricky propositions. The entire concept is intended to shed new light on existing characters while also providing extensive back story. This is di... Read the full review »
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Nostalgia is a tricky thing. It has a way of sugar-coating things – songs, books, toys, even experiences – so that all we remember is the way we think we felt about it. The older we get, the more frequent we look back, and more often those mem... Read the full review »
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There’s something undeniably alluring about space. The way it feels both intimately close and desperately far; in range of our eyes, yet out from our hands. To quest beyond our atmosphere, to journey into the deep black, to discover what lies be... Read the full review »
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Whatever aspect of the film industry you’re in, you’re in because you love it. It could be the creation of creatures, the set design, or the costumes that lured you in or maybe it’s crafting the stories performed, being the performer, or dir... Read the full review »
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Camp is a place of awakenings, a place of self-discovery through challenges physical and emotional. It’s where individuals have a chance to explore or even redefine themselves. Many of these journeys have been memorialized in film through favori... Read the full review »
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More often than not, the best stories are the ones that take risks, that play with convention, and defy expectations. Other times, the risks fail to pay off and leave the audience with a diminishing sense of fulfillment. So rarely is the latter th... Read the full review »
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GALVESTON Review

GALVESTON Review

Hired heavy Ben and wrong-place-wrong time Rocky find themselves on the run from crime boss Stan as each get caught up in a double-cross. Their only move is to head to Galveston, Texas to regroup and create a plan to help them find salvation. Read the full blog post »
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1 month ago
Official FilmFed Review
In a cinematic landscape filled with large, loud options, sometimes it’s the quietest ones that make the boldest impact. Such is the case with director Jeremiah Zagar’s We the Animals (2018), an adaptation of Justin Torres’s 2011 award-winni... Read the full review »
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WE THE ANIMALS Review

WE THE ANIMALS Review

Three siblings do everything together: sleep, bathe, go to school, play, and fight. They are each other’s worlds until older siblings Manny and Joel begin to take after their fickle father and youngest sibling Jonah must learn to engage the wor... Read the full blog post »
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Director Spike Lee has never been known to mince words and his latest project, "BlacKkKlansman", hits like a sledgehammer in the gut. Lee utilizes the memoir of Ron Stallworth, the first black police officer in Colorado Springs, Colorado, to tell... Read the full review »
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If you were asked to name the first Muppet to pop into your head, the answer would inevitably be tied to your introductory experience. If you named Big Bird or Kermit, you likely know how to get to Sesame Street. Namecheck Hoggle, Sir Didymus, Amb... Read the full review »
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There are films where you know from the get-go that they are going to shock you and then there are films that come out of nowhere. "Arizona", the latest from RLJE Films, unequivocally falls into the category of the later. Built upon a simple, dark... Read the full review »
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2 months ago
Official FilmFed Review
Horror fans looking for something more cerebral should check out the Portuguese dark arthouse film The Forest of the Lost Souls (2018) (A Floresta das Almas Perdidas) from first-time feature director #qt5vsmq3-jose-pedro-lopes, dropping into selec... Read the full review »
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THE FOREST OF THE LOST SOULS Review

THE FOREST OF THE LOST SOULS Review

Horror fans looking for something cerebral should look no further than dark arthouse film The Forest of the Lost Souls (A Floresta das Almas Perdidas) from first-time feature director José Pedro Lopes. Less an exploration of suicide, more an expl... Read the full blog post »