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Review: FLOWER, A Fresh Cut Above the Rest

Meet Erica. She's in high school, and lives with her mom. Her hobbies include atmospheric punk music, running around with her friends, and fellatio. Yes, you read that last bit correctly. Erica (Zoey Deutch, the radiant and talented daughter of...

Notes on Streaming: LITTLE EVIL and TAKE ME, Perfectly Good Films, Awaiting Discovery

We rush and we rush and we rush to see fresh new films on the festival circuit and in theaters, when there are perfectly good films awaiting discovery on various streaming services. Granted, it is absolutely wonderful to enjoy a...

Review: KRAMPUS, Elevating From Bad Holiday Cheer To Genuine Horror

Slowly ramping up to a full-blown, charged-up holiday horror movie, Krampus proves that filmmaker Michael Dougherty is more than a one-trick pony. More contained and more serious than Trick 'r' Treat, Dougherty's feature directorial debut, Krampus is rocky at first...

First KRAMPUS Trailer Promises To Kick Out The Christmas Cheer

Drawing from European folklore, Krampus looks set to redefine Christmas. The first trailer establishes a typical holiday gathering of family and friends, 12 people locked in a house in the dead of winter. But this year, St. Nick is nowhere to...

Review: THE OVERNIGHT, Hysterically Saucy And Possibly Shocking

It's so incredibly tempting to reveal all the bizarre places Patrick Brice's new film, The Overnight, takes its audiences, who, if they're anything like this viewer, will likely watch the film with mouths gleefully agape.The film opens in the bedroom...

Interview: Jason Schwartzman And Patrick Brice Open Up On THE OVERNIGHT

Complete with a poster that puts the 'ass' in asterisk, the glorious advertising campaign of Patrick Brice's new sex-romp, The Overnight, is designed to let the imagination run wild. From the trailers, we learn the film basically takes place...

Sundance 2015 Review: THE OVERNIGHT Goes There

It's so incredibly tempting to reveal all the bizarre places Patrick Brice's new film, The Overnight, takes its audiences, who, if they're anything like this viewer, will likely watch the film with mouths gleefully agape.The film opens in the bedroom...

Review: Stiller Waters Fail to Run Deep In THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY

Imagine a would-be studio blockbuster that sets out to be all things to all audiences, a soaring positive journey of a film that manages to include a bit of social observation; an entertaining winner on all fronts. This is the film...