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With a name like Bingo Hell, you may not expect a clever allegory of gentrification and the fading luster of the American Dream. But this campy horror-comedy delivers its message of community sticking…
The urban legend has it that if you say, "Candyman" five times while looking in the mirror, that you will summon a man with a hook for a hand to come and kill you. Now, I never saw the original Candym…
Beth (Rebecca Hall) is a grieving woman. We meet her, dressed in black, being dropped off at her house by a friend who earnestly hands her a casserole dish. As soon as Beth is in the house, she dumps …
There are smart, clever M. Night Shyamalan movies (The Sixth Sense, Signs), then there are dumb M. Night Shyamalan (The Happening... what is happening???). Old, admittedly, has a great trailer. I was …
New Orleans paramedics and longtime best pals Steve (Anthony Mackie) and Dennis (Jamie Dornan) have seen everything on their rounds. But lately there has been a weird trend of young people overdosing …
As a teen, no one wants to be second fiddle to their sibling, or, in the case of Juliet (Sydney Sweeney), second piano. Juliet and her twin sister Vivian (Madison Iseman) are both senior students at a…
Pallavi (Sunita Mani) is an attractive, unmarried Indian-America woman who is pushing 30, much to the dismay of her superstitious mother Usha (Sarita Choudhury) back in India. Though mother and daught…
Nolan (Mamoudou Athie) is a man seemingly lost in his own life. It has been six months since a car accident that killed his wife and left him medically brain-dead. But with a recovery that all deemed …
The Lie, despite having the normally gore/horror label Blumhouse attached to it, is a mostly bloodless, slow burn drama. Divorced parents Jay and Rebecca (Peter Sarsgaard and Mireille Enos) are co-par…
If we can all agree on anything these days, it is that Janelle Monáe is totally watchable. She does double-duty in the social commentary horror movie with a twist, Antebellum, but alas is no…
When I read a book, I tend to give it 50 pages to grab me. If I'm not sucked in, I consider it fair to move on. The same goes with film... so I wouldn't fault you for abandoning She Dies Tomorrow if y…
To be honest, I’m not sure who the target audience is for this film, but it definitely isn’t me. About 15 minutes in, I wondered if I should just walk out. “Do I really want to see a movie about peopl…