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The Tribe (Film Review)

For those who are intrigued by director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy’s self-professed love of silent cinema, The Tribe (2015) is both a delightful experience—paying homage to that earlier form of cinematic expression—and a shocking display of frank sexuality and brutality on a ...

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Doomsdays (Film Review)

For a myriad of reasons, Armageddon endures as a prominent theme in popular culture. Being plunged into the wasteland is oddly, yet understandably, attractive to individuals disenfranchised by an increasingly oppressive society. A segment of society has moved beyond the ...

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Heir (Short Film Review)

Two distinct characteristics inform the short films of Richard Powell: dark family secrets and viscous secretions. Powell, taking up the torch ignited by Cronenberg, is responsible for creating some of the most startling and intensely emotional body horror imaginable. Worm (2010), Familiar (2012), ...

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