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Sundance 2018 Review: MADELINE'S MADELINE Dances in the Delight and Dread of the Feminine Intuitive

Madeline's Madeline is what we mean when we talk about authentic cinema; pure cinema, brimming over with euphoria and empathy and a direct perspective of a human, both inside and out, mental and physical, that feels so complete as to be dizzying. revelatory

Notes on Streaming: 1922, Miserable Man That I Am

Low-key dramatics and a one-dimensional theme characterize 1922, the latest screen adaptation of a Stephen King story. Released on Netflix this past Friday, my initial reaction to Zak Hilditch's film was quite muted and left me grumbling with dissatisfaction, much...

SXSW 2017 Review: From SMALL CRIMES Come Big Troubles

Four years ago, Evan Katz made his directorial debut with the pitch-black comedy thriller Cheap Thrills, pitting Pat Healy against Ethan Embry in a diabolical, desperate game of survival. Now Katz has returned to the director's chair with Small Crimes,...

First Images From Bruce McDonald's WEIRDOS

Canadian indie maverick Bruce McDonald will be returning to the Toronto International Film Festival with his latest effort, Weirdos. A black and white affair written by Daniel MacIvor, McDonald veteran Molly Parker takes on a supporting role in the off...

50 SHADES Star Jamie Dornan Keeps His Pants On In First Shot From Aja's THE 9TH LIFE OF LOUIS DRAX

It's going to be a big year for Ireland's Jamie Dornan ... Already turning heads and winning acclaim for his dark turn on Irish / UK television thriller The Fall he will, of course, be front and center very soon...