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M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller shines, thanks to a powerful lead performance.
A beautiful exploration of loss and grief, all with the help of a big, tall monster.
The genre filmmaker returns with his latest experiment: In a Valley of Violence.
The long-awaited fifth entry will please fans and disappoint casual viewers.
The cult filmmaker reflects on his time with the series ahead of the new 4k restoration.
Fede Alvarez’s latest runs in circles and makes poor use of a turkey baster.
In 1986, the Miami Vice producer brought style to the world of Hannibal Lecter.
The Michael Bay-produced sequel is louder, dumber, and simply pandering.
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Girlfight director chats about indie filmmaking, Kurosawa, and paranoia.
The Canadian filmmaker takes us behind his “anti-biopic” starring Ethan Hawke.