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    NYC Horror Film Festival: Bigger & Bloodier

    As anyone knows, New York City never sleeps, and this November, the New York City Horror Film Festival will give it a good reason not to. Descending on the Big Apple for the eleventh time, this annual showcase of new and independent movies from around the world is looking to be one of its finest exhibitions […]

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    “SIGHTSEERS” (Movie Review)

    With Ben Wheatley—one of the most electric and prolific new filmmakers working—and stars/writers Alice Lowe and Steve Oram crafting a chronicle of new lovers on holiday, the last thing to expect is anything resembling a traditional relationship drama. And that’s the last thing you get. But within Chris and Tina’s mad love, their pencil museum […]

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    Kevin Smith Preparing Monster Christ Horror Comedy, “HELENA HANDBAG”

    There’s always a certain amount of skepticism towards a filmmaker who announces their retirement; after all, it’s against the nature of an artist to just stop making art altogether. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that a filmmaker that’s as constantly active as Kevin Smith has formally delayed his retirement plans, and has already […]

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    “THE EDITOR” (TIFF Movie Review)

    For anyone raised on bleary-eyed marathons of VHS and DVD rentals, the five lunatics known as Astron-6 have been a delightful, new lurid pleasure. Through films like FATHER’S DAY and MANBORG, they’ve developed a signature tone, often pitched somewhere between parody and homage. They clearly love bargain bin trash movies. They just love laughing at them […]

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